As one of Young Living’s best-sellers, Purification® essential oil blend is a staple in many homes around the world—and it’s not hard to see why. Citronella, Lavandin, Lemongrass, Myrtle, Rosemary, and Tea Tree essential oils harmoniously blend to fill the air with the aroma of sweet lemons and grounding herbs. Diffuse Purification while doing dishes, use it to make a personal home freshener, or bring it with you when you travel, because there is no end to Purification’s versatility.
At homeThis sweet and spicy mix, with its citrus notes and herbaceous complements, is the best aroma to greet you when you walk in your front door. Purification brings about feelings of peace and contentment, whether you and your loved ones are crowded around the kitchen table, sprawled out in the family room for game night, or dancing through the house as you tackle cleaning projects.
YL Tip: Help Purification linger longer by placing a few drops on cotton balls and stashing them in small spaces such as vents, drawers, or shoes to banish unwanted odors.
On laundry dayYour overnight guests need three things when they arrive at your home: Fresh towels, spare toothbrushes, and sheets that harbor the rich smell of Purification.
To convince your visitors they’re at an exotic hotel, grab a 2-oz. spray bottle and add the following:
In the bathroomBetween the components of Citronella and Lemongrass, Purification is a game-changer in the bathroom. There are so many ways to use it! Put two drops on the inside of the toilet paper roll for a fresh scent. Add a drop or two to a cotton ball and store between trash cans and liners to keep your bathroom smelling beautiful.
Create a cleaner for your sinks and counters by combining the following:
Lemon essential oilto help the air smell squeaky clean!
In the carNow that your house is home to a welcoming aroma, conquer musty smells everywhere else. Use a USB Orb™ diffuser in your car to combat all the scents that build up from gym bags, kids’ soccer shoes, and pizza take-out. You can also use that nifty cotton ball trick you learned about above—store them in air vents, under floor mats, and in the pockets behind the front seats.
Don’t stop there! Revitalize the air in hotel rooms, your office cubicle, and public bathrooms. There’s no need to deal with unpleasant odors just because you’re not at home.