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Posted 19 February 2012 - 11:33 AM
Why not use distilled water with a few drops of essential oil instead of warming oil. I use this method of aromatherapy in a tea light warmer.
Posted 14 November 2012 - 12:05 PM
Hi, I am a newbie and I am hoping to try making some warming oils for gifts for the holidays. I was wondering what method you ended up trying? I was going to order some Fragrance oils today. Thanks for your help
I just got a tea light oil warmer at Walmart for $4 to use in our booth at craft shows and the farmer's market. I want to use some of my FO's or EO's in it to maybe help draw folks in to look around. One problem, I don't know how to make my own waming oils and can find nothing here under search. I'm assuming that it wouldn't be a good idea to go straight with the oils because of flashpoints, so that a carrier oil would be needed or some other dilution method. Anyone got a simple instructional or recipe they want to share?
Posted 01 January 2013 - 09:25 AM
After reading all of the replies to the original question, I guess I'm confused...apparently there is not a simple recipe for making warming oils (?). Do any of you bottle and sell warming oil? Is the dpg an additive that will 'always' work with fragrance oil?
Posted 02 January 2013 - 02:18 PM
I always use water in my tea light and electric oil warmers. I fill them with enough water to cover the bottom, then place a couple drops EO on top. I think this helps give it a gentler warmth and can help clean up if you make sure that all the water doesn't burn off.
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