Why use air fresheners that don’t actually “freshen” the air? Most popular (and expensive) room sprays contain harmful chemicals that mask odors and often give people headaches. Why not make a natural room spray that smells better, is less expensive, and contains heavenly, natural scents, instead of harmful, synthetic chemicals!
1 oz. vodka
vegetable glycerine (a few drops)
25 drops essential oil
3 oz. purified water
4 oz. dark colored glass bottle
Pour vodka into 4 oz spray bottle and add essential oil of your choice. Shake vigorously for 45 seconds. Add water and shake again. Shake well before each use.”
To turn this into a “pillow spray to freshen sheets and towels, make all 4 oz. with alcohol instead of water. This way the mist will dry quickly and leave behind the intoxicating scent of pure essential oils!
Suggested oil singles and blends:
- Christmas Spirit (Cinnamon-ish scent that is good for all year-round)
- Citrus Fresh
- Three Wise Men
To get started using therapeutic grade essential oils with your family, I recommend purchasing Young Living’s amazing Premium Starter Kit! This way, you’ll enjoy wholesale prices all the time! It includes eleven of Young Living’s most popular essential oil singles and blends, a valuable ultrasonic diffuser (alone worth at least $100.00!), essential oil samples for sharing, and 2 NingXia Red antioxidant drinks!
In addition, when you choose any of Young Living’s Premium Starter Kits, I will personally send you a WELCOME PACKAGE filled with all sorts of helpful and valuable resource materials and goodies! I am here to support you on your essential oil journey! Get started now!
By the way, I am not a doctor – just a mom who uses essential oils in her own family. Please know that any information provided on The Common Scents Mom is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to prescribe, diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, nor replace current medical treatment or drugs prescribed by your healthcare professional. The statements made have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It is your responsibility to educate yourself and address any health or medical needs you may have with your physician. Please seek professional help when needed.