My Favourite Ways to Use the Moon Bowl


The Moon Bowl is one of my favourite products to make, and to use. Yep, I have several that I keep around my house that I love and use! So I thought that I would share my favourite ways to use this bestseller.

1. Salt, Pepper and Herbs

If you love to cook up a storm (like myself), then you might also know how annoying it can be when you have to stop stirring to add the salt, or any other herbs that you use all the time. Especially if you're cooking something like risotto! So I keep a little moon next to the stove permanently to keep my cooking salt in, but you can also use it to keep aside your measured out herbs and spices for a particular dish you're making.

2. Aromatic Dressings

I love a good aromatic dressing. For anyone unfamiliar with the term, it's kind of like a homemade moisturiser/massage oil. All you need is the moon bowl, a carrier oil (my favourite is Fractionated Coconut Oil), and your favourite essential oil/s. Pour enough carrier oil into the bowl to massage the desired body parts (I use 1.5-2 tablespoons for my whole body) then add 3-5 drops of essential oil. Too easy! And you will smell bloody amazing!

3. DIY Salt Diffuser

If you have been reading my previous blog posts you may be familiar with this little DIY hack. If not, all you need is some Himalayan rock salt and essential oil. Add a tablespoon of salt to the bowl and then use 5-10 drops of essential oil. Top up with oil as needed, and just replace the salt when you want a new scent. A great hack for someone that always forgets to use their diffuser.

4. Dressing on the Side

Maybe you like your dressing on the side, or like myself, enjoy mixing your own salad dressings each and every time. I don't like store bought dressings, so I use my moon bowl to mix my dressings, usually a nice mix of extra virgin olive oil, apple cider vinegar, Himalayan sea salt, cracked pepper and essential oils. My favourite essential oils to add are lemon and cilantro, 1 drop of each.

To shop the moon bowl, click here. If you already have one, have a go at some of these top ways to use them!

xx Yen


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