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9 Essential Oil Sprays Recipes (and Labels!!)

Natalie Jurado

Essential Oil Spray Recipes for Everyday Life

I use essential oil sprays for a number of reasons:

  • When I need to kill bacteria and germs 
  • When I need to get rid of stinky smells
  • When I want to use oils on my skin
  • When I don't have a diffuser handy
  • When I want to impact my mood but not everyone else around me

How to Make Essential Oil Sprays

1) To a 2 oz GLASS spray bottle add…(Always use glass.  Essential oils are so potent that they can break down plastic)

Drops of essential oils (see recipes below for ideas)

then fill rest of the spray bottle with distilled water (distilled water is free from minerals and contaminants that can change the final result of your blend)

2) Twist the spray cap on

3) Shake well to mix the essential oils and water

4) Label your bottle so you know what it is

Click here for free printable spray bottle labels

Cut out your labels

Put them image side down on a piece of packing tape

Trim around the label, leaving about 1/8-1/4 inch of tape all the way around the label so that it will stick to the spray bottle

Adhere the label to the spray bottle

9 Spray Bottle Recipes You'll Actually Use

Calm Down Body Spray

Sweet Dreams Pillow & Linen Spray

Poo-Pourri Bathroom Spray

Yoga & Meditation Spray

Sleepy Time Foot Spray

Peppermint Cooling Spray

Lift Me Up Body Spray

All Purpose Sanitizing Spray

Balancing Facial Mist

Click here for a FREE PRINTABLE of all 9 spray bottle RECIPES 

Calm Me Down Body Spray

Stops anger and irritability and releases stress and anxiety.

To make:  to a 2 oz glass spray bottle add…

5 drops lavender

3 drops bergamot

3 drops frankincense

Fill with distilled water

Shake well to mix

To use:  Spray on body during times of stress and anxiety. 

Lift Me Up Body Spray

Great pick me up when you're feeling sluggish and unmotivated.

To make:  to a 2 oz glass spray bottle add…

5 drops peppermint

3 drops eucalyptus

3 drops geranium

Fill with distilled water

Shake well to mix

To use: Spray on body whenever you need a pick me up.

Cooling Peppermint Body Spray

Anytime you're feeling hot or overheated, reach for this cooling spray.

To make:  to a 2 oz glass spray bottle add…

3 drops peppermint

10 drops lavender

1 ounce Aloe Vera Gel

1 ounce Witch Hazel

Shake well to mix

To use: Spray on body to cool down.  Avoid eyes.

SleepyTime Foot Spray

Having a hard time falling asleep?  Reach for this magical spray!

To make:  to a 2 oz glass spray bottle add…

5 drops lavender

5 drops roman chamomile

2 drops vetiver

2 ounces magnesium oil (find this in your local health store)

Shake well to mix

To Use: Shake well. Massage into feet before bed.

Sweet Dreams Pillow & Linen Spray

Enjoy a spa-like atmosphere as you curl up for bed.

To make:  to a 2 oz glass spray bottle add…

12 drops lavender

4 drops ylang ylang

8 drops bergamot

Fill with distilled water

Shake well to mix

To use: Spray on pillows, linens, pajamas before bed.

All Purpose Sanitizing Spray

Kill germs without toxic cleaners.

To make:  to a 2 oz glass spray bottle add…

10 drops clove

12 drops orange

10 drops lemon

Fill with distilled water

Shake well to mix

To use: Spray on surfaces that need sanitizing (shopping carts, light switches) or deodorizing (trash cans, stinky shoes).

Balancing Facial Mist Recipe & Labels

Balancing Facial Mist

Brighten and tone dull, tired skin.

To make:  to a 2 oz glass spray bottle add…

3 drops lavender

1 drop clary sage

1 drop roman chamomile

1 drop lemon

Fill with distilled water

Shake well to mix

To use: Spray on face or on cotton ball. Avoid eyes.

Yoga & Meditation Spray

Yoga & Meditation Spray

Upgrade your Yoga practice with this centering spray.

To make:  to a 2 oz glass spray bottle add…

10 drops tranquility 

5 drops orange

Fill with distilled water

Shake well to mix

To use: Mist on Body, Mat or Airspace before, during or after practice. Also useful during meditation or prayer.

Click here for a FREE PRINTABLE of all 9 spray bottle LABELS


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