Thursday, September 1, 2011

DIY: Room Mist Air Freshener!

Making your own room mist air freshener spray to freshen up a room is very simple and you don't have to deal with all the artificial fragrances and their chemicals. To create a room mist air freshener you will need 3 things:
  • a 8 oz spray bottle
  • distilled water enough to fill the bottle
  • an you choice of essential oils

Recipes for creating your own natural room scent:


Christmas Tree
Room Mist Air Freshener

  • 4 drops Fir needle essential oils
  • 3 drops Black Spruce essential oils
  • 3 drops Cedarwood (or Juniper) essential oils

The scent of pine says Christmas. It's also the most popular scent for freshening up cars.

Pumpkin Spice Room Mist Air Freshener

  • 6 drops cinnamon essential oils
  • 3 drops clove (or nutmeg) essential oils
  • 2 drops ginger essential oils
This scent says family, warm and delicious food!


Orange Spice Room Mist Air Freshener

  • 5 drops orange essential oils
  • 2 drops cinnamon essential oils 
This is my favorite holiday scent, it's warm and inviting.


Stress Reliever Air Mist Freshener Spray

  • 4 drops lavender oil
  • 3 drops rose essential oils
  • 2 drops clary sage essential oils (optional)   
This is a perfect office blend. Keep it in you desk draw. When the press builds give a spritz or two and inhale the wonderful soothing aroma.


Sleepy-Hour Relaxation Air Freshener Spray

  • 4 drops lavender oil
  • 3 drops chamomile essential oils 
This blend is great for children's room.  Spray a bit on their bed linen for a peaceful night's rest.


Directions:

  1. Pour the cup of distilled water into the spray bottle.
  2. Add the drops of essential oils and shake well.
  3. Cap the bottle, and allow to sit over night.
  4. Water and Oils do not blend well, so be sure to shake the bottle before each use.
  5. That's it!  How easy was that?  Now label your bottle for a profession look and you have a great  gift.

Experience with different blends, be creative and have fun!. 
Please note that essential oils can vary in potency- for this reason, you may want to add or reduce the amounts of essential oil recommended in each recipe. 

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1 comment:

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