Create your own toxic free fragrance to feel and smell amazing!
I’ve spoken before on the dangers of synthetic fragrances and the impact they can have on our health (if you need a refresher, read more here.) Since welcoming essential oils into my life many moons ago, I’ve become quite the master blender. There's nothing I enjoy more than mixing up my own toxic free fragrance. It’s fun to experiment with different combinations and to create something you know is only going to benefit your emotional wellbeing.
Today, I’m sharing my top three go-to fragrance blends that make me feel and smell amazing. They also make the most beautiful gift. Let’s start blending!
You will need
30ml spray bottle (my favourite Australian supplier of the most pretty and feminine bottles is Glass & Moon)
18ml purified water
10ml witch hazel
25 to 30 drops of Essential Oils
Take the mini funnel, add the water and witch hazel to your spray bottle. Remove the funnel and slowly drop in the essential oils. Add the mister and shake to combine.
3 drops Vetiver
3 drops Ylang Ylang
15 drops Geranium
9 drops Wild Orange
Embrace the Day
6 drops Patchouli
9 drops Peppermint
7 drops Geranium
7 drops Lavender
15 drops Cardamom
6 drops Vetiver
6 drops Ylang Ylang
Before applying your fragrance, massage in a small amount of base oil, either fractionated coconut or jojoba, to the area where you will spritz your pure-fume. This will help the aroma last a little longer on the skin. Reapply as needed.
I’d love to hear if you try them out and which is your preferred blend. If you are already a master blender, what are your favourite recipes? And if you'd like some more DIY inspo, why not try one of these beautiful linen spray recipes or a luscious body oil!
Purchasing essential oils.
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