Along with LavenderPeppermint is one of the world’s most versatile essential oils that can be used for pretty much anything – from housekeeping to hair treatments, headaches to stomach aches.
Read on to learn some of the best uses for this miraculous oil!

In Your Home

For Your Health

There are countless ways to incorporate essential oils into your daily routine to improve your health and well-being. These are a few ways I like to use Peppermint oil.

Got a migraine or mind-numbing headache? Peppermint is a natural pain reliever and relaxant, so massaging diluted oil onto your temples can help melt the pain away.

After a tough workout, the cooling sensation of Peppermint oil can effectively sooth sore muscles and achey joints. You can even place a few drops in a warm bath for a revitalizing spa treatment that heals both the body and the mind.

When cold and flu season strikes, clear your sinuses by applying Peppermint oil to a wash cloth and inhaling its aroma in a hot shower. You can also place a few drops on diffuser jewelry to clear your sinuses on-the-go.

Beauty Treatments

When it comes to skin conditions, Peppermint oil does it all. The soothing oil can calm skin inflammations, help dry lips, and revitalize cracked nail cuticles, to name a few.

Try mixing it with shea butter, coconut oil, and Lavender oil for an ultra-nourishing skin and lip treatment sans harsh chemicals. Not only does peppermint oil heal and hydrate the skin, but it can also be used topically to reduce acne and diminish redness. Apply a drop of diluted oil to your most stubborn pimples at bed time and wake up looking like you came out of a Neutrogena commercial.

Add Peppermint oil to your favorite shampoo and conditioner to get that thick mermaid hair you’ve always dreamed of. Peppermint oil stimulates hair follicles, making it an effective cure for hair loss without any weird side effects.