They see me Rollin….


For this post I wanted to share some of my favorite Oil Roller recipes that I keep with me in my purse. I prefer Young Living but any type of high quality oils would work. Just make sure you can roll them on your skin and they don’t say “Fragrance Only”. Fragrance only basically means it’s full of chemicals and is not safe for topical use and has no benefit.

One of the rollers I make that I keep with me at all times is my daughters “Boo boo roller”. As any normal three-year old she plays HARD. I swear I think she comes home with at least one new bruise or scrape a day! They spend a lot of time on the playground and when there’s twenty of them running around, they are bound to bump into each other or equipment, fall and scrape or bust something! Her poor little legs are constantly covered with little bruises! So I finally found a recipe that I can rub on her everyday and the bruises and cuts have been healing twice as fast!

“Boo-boo Roller”

  • 5 ml bottle
  • 5 drops Copaiba
  • 5 drops Tea Tree
  • 5 drops Frankincense
  • 5 drops Melrose
  • 5 drops Lavender
  • 5 drops Gentle Baby
  • Fill with carrier oil (my favorite is almond oil)

Another favorite combo of mine is my uplifting roller. I had made this for a friend who had gone through a really difficult time. I wanted to something that smelled good so she could just wear as perfume but again be a mood lifter as well. I came up with this and now I constantly make her one anytime she runs out haha.

“Uplifting Roller”

  • 10 ml bottle
  • 7 drops Lavender
  • 7 drops Citrus Fresh
  • 7 drops Stress Away
  • 7 drops Geranium
  • 7 drops Bergamot
  • 7 drops Joy
  • Fill with carrier oil

Another roller that I use to help uplift my mood or calm down my stress levels is my Calming Roller. It has a lot of the same oils as my uplifting roller but I use this more for when I’m wanting to pull my hair out.

“Calming Roller”

  • 10 ml bottle
  • 10 drops Lavender
  • 10 drops Valor
  • 10 drops Bergamot
  • 10 drops Ylang Ylang
  • 10 drops Frankincense
  • 10 drops Patchouli
  • Fill with carrier oil

My family and I have a lot of digestive issues. So I never leave home without our “Tummy Roller”. It’s like Digize times 100 haha! I still keep Digize on me at all times and take it internally (couple drops under my tongue) and then use the roller over my belly and on the bottom of my feet.

“Tummy Roller”

  • 5 ml bottle
  • 5 drops Ginger
  • 5 drops Fennel
  • 5 drops Peppermint
  • 5 drops Tangerine
  • 5 drops Digize
  • Fill with carrier oil

This time of year we are adamant about staying healthy for the Holidays. I make an immune boost roller that we use every single day in the morning and at night. We just roll it on the bottom of our feet and then put socks on as to not get oil everywhere or slip and bust our bottom (this totally happened to me one day).

“Immune Boost Roller”

  • 10 ml bottle
  • 8 drops Lemongrass
  • 8 drops Thieves
  • 8 drops Lemon
  • 8 drops Rosemary
  • 8 drops R.C.
  • 8 drops Frankincense
  • 8 drops Clove
  • 2-3 drops Oregano (this is very strong-smelling which is why I only use a few drops)
  • Fill with Carrier

Since I’m a woman in my mid thirties, I tend to get a lot of headaches and cramps during that time of the month (sorry fellas). I also am not as active as I should be and muscles tend to get pretty irritated with me when I decide to work out. I use the same roller for all of these issues which I call my “Achy Roller”

“Achy Roller”

  • 10 ml bottle
  • 7 drops Wintergreen
  • 7 drops Peppermint
  • 7 drops Panaway
  • 7 drops Copaiba
  • 7 drops Lemongrass
  • 4 drops Clove
  • Fill with carrier oil

Those are the rollers that I never leave without.  I’d love to know some of your favorites that you make so please feel free to share!  My next oily post I’ll share with you some of my favorite skin care rollers and face mask recipes!

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