Who Needs Perfume or Cologne?

Who needs perfume or cologne? | Food Your Body Will Thank You For

 

I hate walking into department stores. Each time I have to enter a mall through one, I have to hold my breath as I wade through the perfume cloud or I know I’ll get a headache!  Synthetic fragrances are linked to numerous sensitivities, including breathing problems, headaches, and skin irritations. That’s why I don’t even bother with any products that include “fragrance” on the label, something that’s a lot easier to do since I’ve been introduced to essential oils. Essential oils save my family money and have helped me eliminate toxins from our home.

I am not a trained aromatherapist, but these recipes feature oils that have worked well for my family and friends. Always test the oils and be sure you don’t have a skin reaction and avoid using in sensitive areas (eyes, open wounds, etc.). I also included a variety of scents because you want to alternate your use of oils (common aromatherapy practice is to not exceed 4 consecutive days using the same oils, in order to avoid sensitizing your body to a particular oil!).

I personally love Young Living  oils (read more about why I chose this company HERE). And if you haven’t joined my private essential oil Facebook group, get access HERE, so you can receive tips and updates about new uses for oils I am discovering!

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Perfume For the Ladies

Meadow

  • 10 ml. roll-on bottle
  • 8 drops of lavender essential oil
  • 4 drops of copaiba essential oil
  • 2 scant teaspoons of fractionated coconut oil

Victorian

  • 10 ml. roll-on bottle
  • 4 drops of orange essential oil
  • 1 drop of ylang ylang essential oil
  • 2 scant teaspoons of fractionated coconut oil

Sweet Summer

  • 10 ml. roll-on bottle
  • 3 drops of orange essential oil
  • 1 drop of ravintsara essential oil
  • 4 drops of cedarwood essential oil
  • 2 scant teaspoons of fractionated coconut oil

Cologne For the Men

Calm

  • 10 ml. roll-on bottle
  • 4 drops of orange essential oil
  • 2 drops of vetiver essential oil
  • 2 scant teaspoons of fractionated coconut oil

Awake

  • 10 ml. roll-on bottle
  • 4 drops of copaiba essential oil
  • 1 drop of ravintsara essential oil
  • 2 scant teaspoons of fractionated coconut oil

If you are interested in ordering or finding out more information on my preferred brand, Young Living, click HERE.

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2 comments on “Who Needs Perfume or Cologne?”

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  2. Sue

    Thank you for sharing these recipes !! I love making healthy fragrance for me, and my grown son. ☺

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