Welcome to this Sundays edition here on A Modern Girl Recommend and for today I will be sharing a quick DIY that’s all about going zen and unwinding after a busy day this DIY combines soothing essential oils to help encourage a serene environment where rest is soon to follow and what might this DIY be? It’s my Lavender Zen Pillow Mist.
What You’ll Need
10 Drops of Lavender Essential Oil
6 Drops of Rosewood Essential Oil
8 Drops of German Chamomile Essential Oil
Fill a spray bottle up a quarter of the way with rubbing Alcohol.
Next, fill the remainder of the bottle with distilled water, however leave about an inch free from the top of the bottle.
Add 10 drops of Lavender, 8 drops of German Chamomile and 6 drops of Rosewood essential oils to your bottle place the top back on your spray bottle and shake the bottle to mix the ingredients give it a little spray to test the fragrance levels and if you are happy with the scent your done and if you would like more fragrance adjust and add more until you’ve reached the right blend that you’re happy with.
Tips & Tricks
- This pillow mist can be used on most linens, pillows and even on your pajamas.
- My DIY Lavender Zen Pillow Mist last for up to three weeks before it expires.
- You can mix things up and create your own blend.
- Please remember that with some essential oils they can cause skin irritations.
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Please remember that I am not a doctor, dermatologist, herbalist, or health care specialist of any sort, so before adding, beginning or stopping any medication or skin care product of any sort please be smart and consult with your dermatologist or health care specialist, because what might work great for me, might be potentially harmful for another.