Bring the fresh scents of spring into your home with these six spring room spray recipes! These recipes use pure essential oils that are a healthy replacement for toxic scented candles and plugins.
I Stopped Buying Scented Plugins and Candles…
Why make your own spring room spray recipes at home? Because the ones in the stores contain toxic and irritating artificial fragrances.
I love to make my home smell like the holidays, but when I used to use scented candles, plug-ins, and air fresheners, I found they would give me a headache, make me feel tired, and even make my nose burn! I started to research why they’d affect me like that as I got into more natural living and found that these fragrance-filled products are very toxic to our health.
Artificial Fragrances Contain Plastic and Formaldehyde
Why? It’s because they disperse particles of formaldehyde and phthalates (thy-lates) into the air. Phthalates are small particles of plastic that are used to bind the artificial fragrance molecules together. We then breathe in those tiny particles of plastic and they get into our nose and lungs – yikes!
The term “artificial fragrance” stands for more than 3,000 chemicals and companies do not have to disclose which chemicals are included. So there’s no way of knowing if the chemicals in the product are safe for our health or not. I don’t know about you, but I’d rather be safe than sorry and now that I use essential oils, it’s SO easy to put a few drops in my diffuser or make room sprays like we’re doing today to make my home smell like fresh, bright and clean!
Which Essential Oils to Buy?
To make these spring room spray recipes healthy and good for you, you’ve got to start with pure, high-quality essential oils. My favorite essential oils company is Young Living (learn more about their oils and starter kits here). I personally have experienced their oils to be of much higher quality than most others on the market and I’ve visited two of their farms and have seen their commitment to quality and purity first-hand. They have starter kits that make, well, getting started (LOL) with essential oils really easy and fun!
6 Spring Room Spray Recipes
- Spray Bottles – 2 oz. frosted glass with gold top, or 2 oz. brown amber with gold top
- Bottle Labels (from my Etsy shop)
- 2 oz. water
- 1 pinch of salt or 1 tsp. of Witch Hazel or Vodka
The Six Recipes
Here are all six essential oil spring room spray recipes. Click on the links below to purchase the essential oils. These recipes are for 2 oz. bottles. To use, just spray into the air. If the essential oils are clear and not colored, you can even spray them onto linens and upholstery! To learn more about getting started with essential oils, see my essential oils page here.
- 4 drops Grapefruit
- 3 drops Cedarwood
- 3 drops Rosemary
- 2 drops Eucalyptus
- 4 drops Citronella
- 4 drops Geranium
- 4 drops Patchouli
- 6 drops Lemon
- 6 drops Vetiver
- 3 drops Purification
- 3 drops Pine
- 3 drops Eucalyptus
- 2 drops Ravintsara
- 2 drops Peppermint
- 4 drops Lemon
- 3 drops Pine
- 2 drops Lavender
- 3 drops Lemongrass
- 3 drops Pine
- 4 drops Cedarwood
Get the Labels for the Spring Room Spray Recipes Here!
You can get the matching label set to these spring room spray recipes in my Etsy shop here! They also come with spring diffuser bomb labels and a handout in case you want to have some friends over to make the sprays and diffuser bombs together. Make sure to make some healthy lavender lemon to sip on while you make your recipes!
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