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3/7/11 9:26 P

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Yeah I get mine at the local health food store. And sometimes if you ask them they will give you discounts for buying multiple oils at a time.


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3/7/11 5:58 P

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IDK if I would trust ebay..

You can make them yourself http://www.healthynewage.com/e1.html

or buy them at a local health food/natural food store or a local Wiccan store

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2/10/11 3:44 P

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Hey all, I am looking for a place to get essential oils that I can afford. I got a great natural beauty book from the library, and I'd like to make a few of the 'recipes' for acne (my everlasting nemesis...Grr!). I've been washing my face twice a day with a mixture of honey, milk, and a mashed strawberry - it's done wonders for me, but at that time of the month, watch out! My hormones go flying and so does the acne.

There are about 5 oils that I would need, as well as tincture of myrrh. I've found an ebay store that has the oils fairly cheap, and with free shipping. Do you think this is a decent place to get them? Where would you recommend?


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