DIY Diffuser Jewelry + OK For Kids Focus, Focus, Focus
If your child has a lot of energy, than you’ve probably tried all of the tricks in the book to keep them on task. Sometimes these tricks work, but other times they don’t. That’s why we’ve created a helpful tool to add to your arsenal: Focus, Focus, Focus. This blend’s for the foot tapping, pen clickers; for the ones who just won’t sit still; and for the parents who need a moment to themselves. Focus, Focus, Focus has been purposely formulated with Grapefruit, Lavender, Pink Pepper, Lime, Cedarwood, Sweet Orange, East Indian Sandalwood, Spearmint, Geranium, Osmanthus and Vanilla to turn your ball of jitters back into your bundle of joy.
DIY DIFFUSER JEWELRY + FOCUS, FOCUS, FOCUS
Diffuse in the Edens Garden Ultrasonic Diffuser to keep kids on task. Or if you’re the crafty type and always on the hunt for fun kid-friendly projects, try making this DIY Lava Bead Diffuser Bracelet, and be sure to add Focus, Focus, Focus to the bracelet so your child can stay focused throughout the day while looking stylish.
What You Need
Assortment of beads, pendant (optional)
Bracelet Chain and Clasp
Focus, Focus, Focus (diluted at 1%)
Cut the chain to your desired length, and attach the clasp at the end. Add lava rock beads and other beads to your liking. Put a few drops of Focus, Focus, Focus on the lava rocks and have your child wear as they do their homework, clean their room, or simply when they need to focus! These bracelets are compatible with any essential oils and make excellent gifts and party favors.
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My granddaughter, age 5, has recently been diagnosed with ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder). Though 5 years, she tends to put things in her mouth. Instead of a lava rock bracelet, or inhaler, we plan to make some hair accessories with the beads on them. Hoping she will wear these well, during school. How many drops of Focus essential oil, or Study Buddy, would you recommend we apply to the beads? Thank you.
January 11, 2023 at 1:53 pm
Hi Rebecca! That’s a wonderful idea! I would suggest starting with 1-2 drops. If that doesn’t seem like enough, add 1-2 more. Wishing all the best for your granddaughter!