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Dill Dip DIY

Vanessa Warren


2 cups plain Greek yogurt
6 drops Dill Vitality™ essential oil or 1 tablespoon dried dill weed
2 drops Lemon Vitality essential oil or ½ teaspoon lemon juice
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 teaspoon onion powder
½ teaspoon Himalayan pink salt


Combine all ingredients in a blender, bowl, or zip-top bag.
Mix thoroughly.
Refrigerate for 3 hours.

Try dipping your favorite veggies—including carrots, celery sticks, bell peppers, and snap peas—in this dip for a delicious snack or side dish.

Sea Salt Scrub DIY Recipe

Vanessa Warren

We absolutely LOVE the Salt Scrub DIY by our very own Vintage Whites Market. Jana shares with us how she went about making this simple & refreshing bath salt scrub. 

You'll take 2 TBSP of pink sea salt + mix with 1 TBSP melted coconut oil + 4-5 drops of your chosen essential oils. I added in an 1/8 TSP of fractionated coconut oil (you can find this at most health food stores. It's basically just coconut oil that stays liquid all the time) to keep everything soft in the jar. After the coconut oil firms up, you'll have to stir it before using to mix in the fractionated coconut oil.

Visit the VWM blog to read more & see all the beautiful images she captured of her project. LOVE.

DIY Fruit & Veggie Wash

Vanessa Warren

DIY Fruit + Veggie Wash:

3 parts water | 1 part apple cider vinegar w/ the mother | 3 drops Young Living LEMON Essential Oil | 2 drops Thieves

Let them rest for 5 minutes before you rinse & pat dry.

For fruits & veggies with a tougher skin [potatoes, carrots, peppers, apples, etc.], scrub lightly w/ a brush before final rinse.

Let berries completely dry out on a paper towel before storing. You could store them in a glass container & line the bottom w/ a paper towel. Spread the berries out so they’re not on top of each other. Keep adding another paper towel for each new layer. This could take maybe all of 5 minutes & then you're for the week!