So, if you don’t have your head in the clouds than you know that the store shelves have been empty of basically everything. I was extremely lucky to be able to get most of my normal groceries using Walmart’s curb side pickup but, it took 3 stores to find toilet paper.
My hippie ways have paid off, while most everybody else stares at the empty cleaner isles at the grocery store, I’m over here making all the natural stuff like On Guard Wipes. This is a quick and easy DIY, takes 20 minutes or less and I had all the ingredients on hand <- Don’t know what On Guard is? Don’t fret, I’m going to tell you, then I’ll share how you can get some too!
On Guard is doTERRA’s essential oil blend that is great for immune and respiratory support. Oh, and it smells like Christmas in a bottle, it includes oils like Cinnamon, Wild Orange, Eucalyptus, rosemary and clove. (See this post on why I love doTERRA essential oils)
DIY OG Cleaning Wipes:
1 roll premium paper towels
2 cups warm water
2 tablespoons fractionated coconut oil
3 drops doTERRA On Guard Protective Blend
3 drops doTERRA Lemon Oil
1-2 tablespoons doTERRA On Guard Cleaner Concentrate
- Cut paper towel in half widthwise with a serrated knife. You’ll be able to make more with the other half too!
- Combine water, Fractionated Coconut oil, essential oils, and On Guard into a small bowl.
- Put your half roll of paper towels into a container with airtight lid. (I used an old Tupperware container) then pour your mixture over the paper towels, let soak for 10 minutes, turn container over and sit for another 10 minutes.
- Remove and discard the cardboard center. Pull wipes from the center of the roll when you’re ready to use
Seriously you are going to be amazed at the how well these babies work, you won’t want to go back to store bought. If you already love doTERRA than try these babies out, if not what are you waiting for? Follow this link to get started with the healthy habits kit. It includes everything you need to start diffusing and using essential oils, at an affordable price too!
With love, Amy