So I have a new perfume, yep it’s called Liquid X. (It’s actually called something else but I but like that name so I decided to just call it this!) Now I don’t think it’s suppose to be perfume but I LOVE the way this stuff smells. So calming and relaxing. It has Valor, Patchouli, Lavender, Stress Away and Vetiver in it.
Now if you follow me and my oily love, then you know I LOVE Stress Away and Valor.
I Zytoed for Patchouli (huh maybe this is why I love it cause my body needs it??) and Lavender, another favorite!
Who am I kidding, all of them are my favorite but then there’s Vetiver… at first smell… NOT my favorite, but now It’s like I’m drawn to the scent. It and Patchouli really make this blend I think, there’s just something about them.
I wear this stuff almost daily. I apply it on my wrists, inner ankles, neck, behind ears… wherever! Here is how you make it. Get a 15ml bottle and grab a roller fiment to go on top. Put 35 drops of Stress Away and Valor then 15 drops of Patchouli and Vetiver then add 50 drops of Lavender and top off with 40 drops of V6 carrier oil. Enjoy!
“I recently made the liquid X blend as an alternative oil to use at bedtime. I love the scent so much, I wear it as perfume now, so I always have it with me. Yesterday one of my coworkers was having a very stressful morning. I grabbed my bottle and said ‘oh hey! You have to smell this new oil’ and placed some on her wrist. Five minutes later, she said ‘what did you put on me? I just feel so calm now. Did the oil do that?’ Yep!” – Oily Testimony from Kim
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