How to Make Your Own Room Spray
Essential oils are incredibly powerful for altering the mood and atmosphere in a room. They can promote feelings of calm, relaxation and even bring energy into the room. If you're looking for a different way to use essential oils in your home beyond a traditional diffuser, why not try creating your very own room spray? Making your own room spray is simple, affordable and all natural which ensures it is safe to use for your family. If you're experienced with using essential oils, you'll be familiar with the scents you enjoy. You can try blending your own choice in oils, or if you'd prefer, try our DIY recipe below.
DIY Essential Oil Room Spray
What you’ll need:
- Add following essential oils to a 95ml bottle:
- Fill rest of bottle with water (distilled or purified is preferred), be sure not to fill right to top to allow room for mixing
- Screw on the spray lid
- Shake thoroughly
Spray around the home, office or any room to refresh the environment. Also great for an afternoon pick me up when feeling down.
If you want to save this beautiful DIY for another time, we've included the recipe card below, simply screenshot and save to your phone to enjoy whenever you have time!
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