Essential Oil Recipe for Baby Sleep

Here at Kyte BABY, we are all about the all-natural, healthy lifestyle. Anytime we can choose to purchase or make, use and share natural, organic, local or environmentally-friendly things, we do! With that being said, we are HUGE fans of essential oils. There are countless reasons to fall in love with essentials oils as a parent. Did you know you can use essentials oils on your baby?


Diluted essentials oils can be used to give our babies all-natural relief from itchy skin, teething pain and even cranky sleeplessness!


Kidscents at Young Living has what you’ve been searching for, an all-natural baby sleep remedy. As green parents with homeopathic intentions, we already know that essential oils are wonderful for our skin and overall health. With this line of perfectly formulated, pre-diluted oils for children, you can utilize the soothing powers of essential oils for your baby!


Brooke Brewer, Essential Oils Educator, recommends rubbing Sleepyize on the bottom of your child’s feet before bedtime, or utilizing a diffuser. The oils in this blend include lavender, geranium, roman chamomile, tangerine, bergamot, saved frankincense, valerian, and rue essential oils.


“Overall this blend helps promise deeper, more relaxing sleep as well as helps relax mind and body,” Brewer said. Working together, the mix is perfect for little ones!


Young Living guarantees this oil is very safe to use on children, because their products are 100% pure and therapeutic grade, with a seed to seel promise. These factors are incredibly important when deciding what is best to use on your baby.


In addition to discovering the benefits of essential oils for you children, try clothing them in soft and silky, breathable bamboo from Kyte BABY. Bamboo is an all-natural, hypoallergenic and environment friendly alternative to other fabrics such as cotton.


Give our sleep bags a try alongside the Sleepyize essential oil blend, and see what the power of all-natural can do for your baby’s sleep!

Written By Dani Haberly

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