Sweet Breath Spray

One of the things I love about using Young Living’s Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils is that I trust their purity so much I’ll even use them in recipes we can “eat.”


My girls and I had fun this morning whipping up a batch of Sweet Breath Sprays for gift giving! Aren’t these bottles adorable???


The recipe can be modified, but if you’re using tiny bottles like mine (.05 ml), I recommend mixing up a larger batch and keeping it in a separate bottle as a “refill” stash. I use the tiny bottles because I don’t like extra weight in my purse, and they’re light enough for my husband to keep in his pocket.

The following recipe makes almost 2 oz. You can use pipettes or an eye dropper to refill your breath spray bottles. Or you can simply use 2 oz. bottles to begin with.

1/4 oz. Vodka (keep in mind, there is more alcohol in your bottle of vanilla than in this recipe)
1 1/2 oz. Purified Water
10 drops YLTG Peppermint Essential Oil*
3 drops YLTG Thieves Essential Oil Blend*
2 drop YLTG Lemon Essential Oil
1-2 drops Stevia or 1 tsp. honey
2 oz. glass spray bottle

Blend together and store in a 2 oz. dark glass spray bottle (available HERE). Spray 1-2 squirts in your mouth for refreshing, clean scented breath!


*I only recommend using Young Living Therapeutic Grade (YLTG) Essential Oils in this recipe, since they are pure enough to be ingested, and since lower quality oils may be toxic.


To get started using therapeutic-grade essential oils with your family, I recommend purchasing Young Living’s amazing Premium Starter Kit & get personalized help from me! Click here to shop!

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.

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