Linen and Room Spray

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I love essential oils. I’ve used them to make a HFM relief bath for my toddler and holiday gifts in the past. When our local store stopped carrying out favorite Zum Room spray, I knew I needed to get creative and make one of our own. Which let me completely customize it for our favorite scents. We settled on a Rosemary, Peppermint and Eucalyptus blend.

Ingredients:
Rosemary Essential Oil
Peppermint Essential Oil
Eucalyptus Essential Oil
Water (honestly, we used previously boiled tap water, but you can use distilled or purified if you want!)
Spray bottle (we went fancy, but you can use any spray bottle you want!)

Directions:
Add about 10 drops of Peppermint Essential Oil to the bottle.
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Then add about 20-30 drops of Eucalyptus Essential Oil and 20-30 drops of Rosemary Essential Oil. Shake and smell. If the peppermint is overpowering, add more of the other two. We originally started with 10 drops of each, but it ended up being too pepperminty for us. When you’re satisfied with the scent, add the water to just below full. Shake. Spray and smell again. If it isn’t quite what you expected, shake again and spray one more time. Still not right? Add more of what you’re missing.

Make sure you shake it before you use it on your pillows, blankets, sheets and/or pajamas. You can spray it on your skin (test a small patch first to make sure you don’t have a reaction) or hair, but don’t spray it in your eyes.

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2 thoughts on “Linen and Room Spray

  1. During cold season, put 10 drops of rosemary and 10 drops of eucalyptus on the inside of the cardboard of a Kleenex box. The sent infuses the tissues and helps a lot.

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