Amy Cornwell

Frankton , IN
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Essential Oils Educator

A country-living momma that's real about her journey with natural wellness.

Back in 2014 I was having some health issues that I couldn’t resolve. I started learning a lot about food, essential oils and the things we put in and on our bodies. That started my journey to Young Living. I was a huge skeptic at first (and still am with some things) but quickly fell in love with the essential oils I was using. I felt that God allowed me to go through the things I went through so that I’d share what I was learning with others. The more products we try, the more we fall in love. The more we learn about Young Living as a company, the more we fall in love.

I am an honest person. Ask me a question and I’ll tell you how I truly feel. I never proclaim to love something that I don’t truly love. If there’s a product that doesn’t work well for me, I’ll tell you…but I’ll also tell you that my experience won’t be your experience. I have a big heart to help people and walk alongside them in this journey. I hope you’ll join our Young Living family, we’d love to have you!

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Notable Facts on Amy Cornwell

Degree or Training
Bachelor's in Business Administration
Started using oils on
Using oils since April 20, 2014
IN essential oils
Essential Oils Frankton , IN
Young Living Member Number
YL Member #: 1711986

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Amy's Favorite Recipes

Calming Bath Soak

Calming Bath Soak
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Calming Bath Soak

These bath soaks make a great gift! Combine 4c epsom salt, 1c baking soda and 25 drops lavender in a bowl. Let it sit for a few minutes for the lavender to soak into the epsom salt. Take 10 baggies (mine are 3×5″ and fit perfectly) and put 1/2c of the mixture in each baggie. Make a cute label with some scrapbook paper and you’re all set! One 1/2c baggie is one “serving” of the bath salts. They’ll just sprinkle it in their running bath water and soak in the relaxing aroma {plus the magnesium in the epsom salt is calming as well}.

Travel Bed Spray

Travel Bed Spray
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Travel Bed Spray

I think nearly all of us have that hesitation with traveling and sleeping in a bed that is not our own. You just never know how clean it is or what unwanted guests are there. This is perfect because it’s a small bottle, perfect for travel – you can even take it in your carryon if you need to (just as you would any other liquid). If you want to do a 2oz bottle instead, just adjust the amount of oils to about double. 

in a 15ml spray bottle combine the following:
15 drops Lavender
15 drops Cedarwood
15 drops Palo Santo
fill the remainder of the bottle with water

When you get to the hotel/resort, pull back the sheets and spray directly on the bed, pillows, side of bed and between the mattresses if you’re able. An added bonus is that the Cedarwood and Lavender are calming oils that are perfect for bedtime. No unwanted guests and restful sleep. Sounds like a vacation to me.

DIY Deodorant

DIY Deodorant
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DIY Deodorant

Deodorant. Something that everyone needs and something that can be filled with lots of harmful ingredients like aluminum which has been linked to breast cancer. Making your own deodorant is really easy and very inexpensive. The one real thing that you have to get used to with this recipe is that you apply the deodorant with your fingers – so unlike the deodorant that you get from the store. Once you mentally get past that, this deodorant works wonderfully.

You only need four ingredients for this deodorant:
1/3c coconut oil (softened is best)
1/4c arrowroot powder
1/4c baking soda
1/4tsp essential oils (I used equal parts of lemongrass, lavender and tea tree)

Put all of the ingredients in a bowl and mix with an immersion blender. If you don’t have an immersion blender (like me), you can use a standard mixer but be prepared for the arrowroot and baking soda to make a bit of a mess. It’s best to put a towel on top of the bowl around your mixer as you blend it together. Please know that this recipe will melt if in the heat because the base is coconut oil. When you get to a cooler location it will harden back up. If the baking soda is irritating to your under arms as it is for me, decrease it by half and increase the arrowroot – so I use 3/8c arrowroot and 1/8c baking soda.

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