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Aromatherapy Body Oil

This is the perfect balance of Peppermint and Lime - like a refreshing mojito - with a nourishing blend of oils to keep your skin soft and smooth.


  • Good for all skin types

  • Absorbs quickly & is not greasy

  • Soothes dry, itchy, irritated skin

  • Moisturizes & skin while locking in moisture

  • Reduces signes of aging

  • Rejuvenating to tired, dull skin

  • Hair sealant

  • Helps prevent split ends & brittleness of hair


  • Uplifts mood and promotes optimism

  • Improves focus and concentration

  • Refreshing and energizing

  • Balances and soothes negative emotions

  • Helps you navigate uncertain times

  • Opens your heart

  • Eases feelings of depression, emotional exhaustion and fatigue


Silver icon denoting vegan product - created for Deer Heart Solutions by DHSolutions Wix Partner
Silver icon denoting product is cruelty-free - no animal testing - created for Deer Heart Solutions by DHSolutions Wix Partner
Silver icon denoting product is GMO free - created for Deer Heart Solutions by DHSolutions Wix Partner
Silver icon denoting prdouct is made without parabens - created for Deer Heart Solutions by DHSolutions Wix Partner
Silver icon denoting the product is made without phthalates - created for Deer Heart Solutions by DHSolutions Wix Partner

Click the images to learn more about each ingredient.


If using two-pumps of oil once a day, a 3.3-ounce bottle will last you around four to five months.


Use daily to once a week. As a body oil, it is best when applied after a shower but you can use it anytime. This blend is awesome in the morning!

To apply, rub two to three pumps of oil in your hands to warm the oil then massage into skin. Work in small sections, adding small amounts of oil as needed.


Detangle and boost softness by adding one pump of oil to your conditioner.


Use once per week. This method is one of the best ways to use hair oil. It prevents dehydration, prevents your hair from getting water-logged, and prevents shampoo from stripping your natural oils.

Put two pumps of serum in your palms and rub together to lightly warm the oil. Grab a small section of hair and run the lower portion through your hand to coat with oil. Apply more serum in small amounts until all ends of your hair have been coated. (No need to saturate.) Leave in for 1 or more hours or overnight, then wash and condition as normal. (You may need to wash twice or use a clarifying shampoo.)


Some ingredients are considered phototoxic. Avoid direct exposure to sunlight for 12 hours after use.

Consult your doctor prior to use if you:

  • are pregnant

  • have a chronic medical condition

  • use any prescription medication

This product is for external use only. Do not ingest. Spot test prior to using. Avoid applying near the eyes. Use only the advised amount. Discontinue use should you have an adverse reaction or if there is a noticeable change to the color, texture, or aroma. Keep out of reach of children and pets.


Natural products have a shorter shelf life than most health and beauty care products because they do not use the same type or same amounts of chemical preservatives. This is one reason Deer Heart Solutions creates small-batch, hand-made products - so you are getting the freshest products we can provide.

To prolong the life of your product and prevent oxidation or bacterial growth, keep the top firmly closed and store your bottle out of direct sunlight and away from heat and moisture.


Large-eyed pitviper

The Large-eyed pitviper

After I created this blend that captures the sweet, tangy, and oh-so-refreshing aroma of the mojito cocktail, I began to research the history of the drink so I could choose the symbolism and back story. There are multiple ideas about where the cocktail's name came from. When I learned that the Creole word mojo was one idea - the journey into understanding this blend became an exploration of the mystical and magical and our connection to ancestors.

Mojo is commonly used as a way to say charisma. The Creole word for 'mojo' means 'magic' Some say mojo comes from “moco'o,” which means “shaman or medicine man” in the African language Fulani. A few believe it comes from a word sacred to the Yoruba of West Africa - Mojuba, which means simply 'Thank you.' Others say mojo comes from the Kikongo word mooyo, meaning "to the spirits that dwelt within magical charms." In Vodou, a mojo is type of amulet - a bag of payers that can bring good luck.

With roots going back 6,000 years, Vodou is one of the world's oldest ancestral, nature-loving traditions. Though white colonizers stigmatized its rituals, Vodou was a blending of different African stories, beliefs and religions and it became a way for a displaced people to remain connected with their ancestors while building collective strength in new communities.

Ioa - the spirits sent by the Creator to guide, heal, and protect humans - shape our identity and connect us to both the natural world and the Divine. The Ioa Erzulie represents the many faces of femininity and love. She has tremendous power and is feared as much as she is revered. She can be vengeful and cruel and is filled with sorrow. But she is also the Goddess of Love, Goodwill, Health, Beauty, and Good Fortune. She is extravagant, beautiful, and luxurious yet she suffers the burden of the world's sorrows.

Erzulie represents ideal dreams, hopes, and aspirations. She shows us that self-care is not extravagance, but a necessary form of healing.

Peppermint plant line drawing

While the ingredients listed above have a long history of therapeutic use and multiple applications and there is ever-increasing scientific research into their chemical structures and the benefits they provide, the statements made on this website have not been evaluated or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any condition or disease but to help you look, feel, and smell better.

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