So many uses, so little time.
Make a hot oil hair treatment: Fill a mug with hot water. Place a shot-glass inside filled with Massage in a Bottle and 3 drops of rosemary oil. Test to make sure that it is not too hot before you apply the mixture to your scalp and work it through to the ends. Wrap an old towel around your hair and relax for an hour (or even overnight!) before rinsing out and following with a hair toner of ½ apple cider vinegar and ½ chamomile tea (or plain water).
All essential oils are intense distillations that procure the smallest, most concentrated “essence” of an herb. These essences are so precious that it can take up to 1 lb of plant material to make 1 drop of essential oil, and should be used with respect & discretion. By nature, they have excellent anti-bacterial and preservative qualities, though any concoction that includes aloe or water will still be unstable & have a short shelf life. Therefore, it is best to make small batches using steam-distilled water, store in a well-labeled airtight container (preferably in a dark, cool place) & used within a couple of months.