10 Essential Oil Roll-on Recipes

Essential Oil Roll-on Recipe

I’ve been working on planning a “Make and Take” essential oils class and something we’ll be making at the class are essential oil roll-ons! Planning my class inspired this blog post. Try rolling these oils on your wrists, back of the neck, and/or on the bottoms of the feet as desired (don’t be afraid to use them a few times throughout the day).

  1. Sleep Tight: 10 drops Lavender + 10 drops Cedarwood + fill 10-ml roller bottle with carrier oil
  2. Cloud Nine: 5 drops Joy + 5 drops Valor + 5 drops Peace & Calming II + 5 drops White Angelica +  fill 10-ml roller bottle up with carrier oil
  3. Seasons Greetings: 20 drops Christmas Spirit + fill 10-ml roller bottle up with carrier oil
  4. Just Breathe: 10 drops Eucalyptus + 10 drops RC + fill 10-ml roller bottle up with carrier oil. This roll-on provides the most comfort when applied to the bottoms of the feet, chest, and throat.
  5. Wake Up Call: 20 drops En-R-Gee + fill 10-ml roller bottle up with carrier oil
  6. Get Stuff Done: 20 drops Clarity + fill 10-ml roller bottle up with carrier oil
  7. Just Chillax: 10 drops Stress Away, 6 drops Lavender + 2 drops Bergamot + 2 drops Ylang Ylang + fill 10-ml roller bottle up with carrier oil
  8. I’m Grounded: 20 drops Northern Lights Black Spruce + fill 10-ml roller bottle with carrier oil
  9. Uplift & Refresh: 14 drops Citrus Fresh + 10 drops Joy + fill 10-ml roller bottle with carrier oil
  10. Skin Soother: 10 drops Lavender + 10 drops Purification + full 10-ml roller bottle with carrier oil

To come up with your own essential oil roll-on recipes, simply look up an issue in your reference guide, pick one or a few of the oils listed for that issue, add about 20 drops (or a combo of 20 drops of essential oil) to a 10-ml roller bottle, and fill the rest of the bottle up with carrier oil.

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8 thoughts on “10 Essential Oil Roll-on Recipes

  1. I thank you for the recipes. I have such a hard time finding recipes. For Example in the essential Oils desk reference book on page 658 there is kinda a recipe for neuropathy. But it doesnt say what to put it with. I have bought lots of oils for inflammation, pain ,circulation, nerve pain circulatory. I just want a recipe for Peripheral Neuropathy to Help with the Pain. thank you

    • Hi Sandy. Thank you for the comment. The nice thing about oils is that you can experiment with them. Just take one or a few of the oils listed in your book fthat you have on hand and give them a try. I usually add a total of 20-ish drops of essential oil to a 10-ml roller bottle. Everyone is a little different and if you’re willing to experiment, you’ll end up finding what works best for you. :) That’s how I came up w/ these recipes.

  2. Hi,
    Thank you for all the wonderful recipes! I was wondering what the “I’m grounded”‘is used for? What does it help with?
    Thank you :-)

  3. Hi Sarah,
    Hope you are doing well!

    I was wondering if you could tell us how often do you use the skin soother, how do you apply and what are the benefits. Thank you so much in advance!

    • Hi Emma. You can use this as often as you see fit. If you find yourself using it quite frequently and are worried about skin sensitization, just cut the amount of EO in half. This soother is great for the summer – think sitting out around the campfire at night. 😉 Just roll it on the area of concern (ankles, arm, leg, etc).

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