Don’t you love it when your home smells fresh but you don’t want to use toxic chemicals? This Homemade Aromatherapy Spray is made with essential oils which makes a natural scent for your home!
Easy Homemade Aromatherapy Spray
This Homemade Aromatherapy Spray provides a great way for you to make your bed smell great, wake up refreshed and relaxed, and also to help you get better sleep depending on which essential oils you choose from. But instead of spending the money on a store-bought spray, why not make your own? That way, you control the ingredients and can save money in the process.
Choose Your Essential Oils
The first step to making your own Homemade Aromatherapy Spray is to choose which essential oils you want to use. This will come down to personal preferences and the main purpose behind why you are making the linen spray.
For example, if the main reason you want to use linen spray on your pillows or sheets is to help you sleep, you naturally want to go with oils that produce relaxation. This is probably lavender, chamomile, or rose essential oil.
On the other hand, if you are looking to freshen up your room, citrus scents are amazing. You might want to use sweet orange, lemon, or grapefruit.
Try different scents first to see which you favor before mixing up the linen spray.
What You Need
After you choose your essential oils, you will need a few other items, including:
- Witch hazel
- Jar for mixing
- Distilled water
- Spray bottle
For every 3 ounces of water, you should have about 8-10 drops of essential oils, and about 1 ounce of witch hazel. You can also use rubbing alcohol if you don’t have witch hazel. This will help you to dilute it and work well as a linen spray. In the jar, combine the ingredients together, then pour it into your spray bottle. A small funnel can also be used for this.
Using the Homemade Aromatherapy Spray
Homemade Aromatherapy Spray is super easy to use, and can be used as much or as little as you prefer. When you first start using it, just do a few spritzes on the linens, then open a window and see how you like the scent after an hour or so. If it is too much, you know to decrease it. If you barely smell anything, it might be good to add a bit more. But less is always more, especially if you used a strong scent for your linen spray. Remember to let it dry completely before laying down on your linens after it has been sprayed.
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Rocky Mountain Oils’ essential oils are verified by a third-party, independent lab. GC/MS tests verify purity and quality of the oils sold so you can look at the bottom of the bottle to find your individual batch code and then input that number into our website to pull up the GC/MS test results.
Rocky Mountain Products can be returned for any reason, even if opened, for up to 90 days. RMO also pays for our customers’ return shipping expenses to make our ordering process completely risk-free.
RMO includes three different icons for recommended use on each bottle for easy reference: Diffuse, Topical Application and Household. So you can look at the bottle and know in what way it’s intended for use.
Linen Spray Recipes
Some of my favorite essential oil blends from Rocky Mountain Oils are:
Love – Lemon, Orange, Geranium, Bergamot, Mandarin, Ylang Ylang, and Rose
Calming – Tangerine, Ylang Ylang, Orange , Blue Tansy, and Patchouli.
Blossoms – Blossoms contains pure Frankincense Serrata, Lime, Orange, Balsam of Peru, Sandalwood, Patchouli, German/Roman Chamomile mix, Pink Grapefruit, and Ylang Ylang
Citrus Blend – Citrus Blend contains pure Orange, Grapefruit, Lemon, and Lime essential oils.
Majestic Breeze – Spruce, Pine, Cedarwood, Ylang Ylang, and Frankincense.
Perspective – Lavender, Geranium, Sandalwood, Frankincense, Ylang Ylang, German/ Roman Chamomile mix, and Cypress
Here are some Linen Spray recipes you can make:
– 10 Drops Sandalwood
– 5 Drops Orange
– 5 Drops Bergamot
– 5 Drops Cedarwood
– 3 parts Lavender
– 2 parts Sweet Orange
– 2 parts Roman Chamomile
– 8 drops Lavender
– 8 drops Grapefruit
– 4 drops Tea Tree
– 15 drops Lavender
– 5 drops Roman Chamomile