Repurposing: It's What's On The Inside That Counts

Repurposing Glass Bottles from left to right: Salsa Jar, Perrier Water Bottle, White Vinegar Bottle, Olive Oil Bottle & Coconut Oil Jar

Repurposing Glass Bottles from left to right: Salsa Jar, Perrier Water Bottle, White Vinegar Bottle, Olive Oil Bottle & Coconut Oil Jar

I have a confession...I have found myself using a regular everyday item, suddenly noticing that the container of that everyday item is glass, and instantly I begin to daydream about what new oil recipe I can test out and store in that container.

Some might say I'm too impatient to wait for the delivery of a perfect container before I test out an interesting oil recipe swap, and some might say I'm resourceful (I think I'm actually more of the first 😉). The great thing though, no matter the reason...Ditching & Switching doesn't have to be intimidating...it doesn't have to look Instagram perfect for Young Living Oils to do their job.

A cleaned out salsa jar makes a great container for bath salts, an empty glass olive oil jar makes a great place to store Thieves Cleaner to pour from when cleaning my toilets, and duct tape labels totally get the job done when labeling Sport Bag Spray.

I just want to encourage you...make those wishlists of the perfect containers/labels (one day I'll actually purchase the ones on my wishlists as well), but don't let not having the perfect looking containers and labels stop you from using the oils around your house.

 Young Living Oils are amazing, powerful, and versatile products. It doesn't matter what the container looks like...It's what's on the inside that counts anyway!

Your Oil Loving Friend,

Heather Dent

Member #3007412

 

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