Why Essential Oils: Make All Natural Bathroom Spray with Lavender Essential Oil

Why Essential Oils: Make All Natural Bathroom Spray with Lavender Essential Oil

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Why use Essential Oils? To create a great smelling bathroom spray that cleans naturally.

It’s so easy to make this bathroom spray. All you need is a 1 oz (30 ml) spray bottle filled with water. (I use distilled water.)

Then add:

Lavender essential oil (Lavandula angustifolia) — 10 drops (0:39)
Distilled Lime essential oil (Citrus aurantifolia) — 5 drops (1:14)

You could make bathroom spray with just Lavender essential oil and water, but I just love the way distilled Lime makes the scent sparkle! In the video, 6 drops of distilled Lime accidentally came out of the bottle instead of 5 (those drops come out fast!), and I like the new aroma a lot.

I use the bathroom spray to wipe down surfaces, such as the sink and mirror, and it makes the entire bathroom smell amazing. You can also spray it on your shower curtain, so you get a whiff of aroma when you step in and out of the shower.

I also just had to show you my Aroma-Spheres! These are clay diffuser balls that you can drop essential oils onto. The clay absorbs the oil, and then releases the scent into the air over time. My friends at Essential Elements make Aroma-Spheres—check them out!

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