Essential oils are precious to the very end, but when the final drop makes its way out of the dropper, then what? If you\u2019re an essential oil lover, chances are you\u2019ve wondered what to do with the little amber bottles you have lying around. We\u2019ve got 17 options to keep those bottles functional to the last drop of oil and beyond! YL tip:\u00a0Some of these ideas require a clean essential oil bottle. To clean your bottle, peel off the label as much as you can, remove the oil dropper and all parts of the cap, and place all the pieces in a bowl of warm water with a drop of Thieves Essential Oil. Soak everything for 10 minutes, then use 1 drop of\u00a0Lemon essential oil\u00a0on a cotton ball to get rid of any sticky remains of the label. \t Create your own DIY\u00a0roll-on with your favorite essential oils and some\u00a0V-6\u2122 Vegetable Oil Complex. \t Infuse Epsom salt\u00a0 with the last few drops of oil\u00a0in the bottle. Remove the lid and oil dropper from a mostly empty EO bottle. Put the bottle, dropper, and 1 cup of Epsom salt in a sealed container for at least 48 hours. Open it up and voil\u00e0: bath salts infused with a soothing aroma! Even better, you can add multiple bottles to a container of Epsom salt to get different infusions with stronger scents. \t Make a centerpiece with one or two flowers in the bottles, turning them into little bud vases. \t Jazz up your twinkly lights! Thoroughly clean your empty bottles, remove the oil dropper and all parts of the cap, and gently press the bottle over each bulb on a string of lights. These are a great additional to any holiday party. \t Carrier Oil Container Fill a bottle with your\u00a0carrier oil of choice\u00a0to have on the go. \t Create a DIY face serum To add moisture to your skin care routine. Our top picks are\u00a0Geranium,\u00a0Tea Tree, and\u00a0Rosemary. Store your new serum in an empty essential oil bottle. \t Travel Toiletries Kit Use the bottles to\u00a0hold your toiletries for travel.Things like hair oil, face serum, and baby powder fit easily in a little EO bottle; plus, they\u2019ll free up that much-needed space in your carry-on. \t DIY custom blend Try your hand at a\u00a0DIY custom blend\u00a0with the last few drops of your favorite oils. You\u2019ll love creating a unique aroma to use in your diffuser, and you can store your creation in an empty oil bottle. \t Multipurpose Deodorizer Infuse a cotton ball with remaining oil and\u00a0use it as a\u00a0multipurpose deodorizer. Stuff a cotton ball in the bottle, put the lid back on, and leave it for three days. Take the cotton ball out\u2014use tweezers if necessary\u2014and place it anywhere that could benefit from a refreshing scent: inside stinky shoes, at the bottom of a trash can, in a gym bag, and any other place that needs an aromatic makeover. \t Sharing Essential Oil Share your most-used oil\u00a0with a friend by putting some of it in a clean, empty bottle. \t Essential Oil Travel Kit Put together an\u00a0essential oil travel kit\u00a0by putting smaller amounts of the oils you use most in empty 5 ml bottles. Put the collection in a cosmetic bag so it\u2019s ready to go when you are. \t Refresh Your Drawer Refresh your drawers or closets\u00a0by removing the lid of a nearly empty bottle and letting the aroma permeate the space. Make sure to position the bottle where it won\u2019t tip, you wouldn\u2019t want to spill anything on your favorite sweater! \t Make an All Natural Perfume or Cologne Store your signature scent in a clean, empty bottle. \t Mattress Refresher Use the last of the oil to\u00a0make a mattress refresher. Instead of cleaning out the bottle, fill it \u00be full with baking soda. Allow it to sit overnight for the baking soda to absorb the oil fully. Sprinkle the mixture over your mattress and let it sit for an hour; then vacuum up the baking soda and breathe in the freshness! \t Smelling Salts Make smelling salts\u00a0for when you want a fresh fragrance around. Fill a clean, empty bottle with Epsom salt, add 4 drops of a refreshing scent and shake well. Open the cap and inhale whenever you need a whiff of something fresh. \t Dilute your go-to oils for use with kids Dilute your go-to oils for use with kids. See our\u00a0handy guide\u00a0for diluting oils for use with children and babies. \t Divide Oils into Two Oil Bottles Divide oils into two bottles. Keep the regular top on one bottle and add a\u00a0roller top\u00a0to the other, so you can easily use your favorite oil in multiple ways.