5 Winter Room Sprays

I love making these winter room sprays!

It’s an all-natural (chemical and toxin-free) way to bring all the wonderful smells of winter into my home.

So easy to make and saves money over those commercial sprays.

 

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All of the winter room spray recipes below follow the same simple recipe:

 

  1. Start with a 16 oz glass bottle 
    • tip: recycle glass apple cider vinegar bottle and add a spray top 
    • tip: want to make a different scent for every room?  Use a smaller glass bottle and make several room sprays.  It’s easy.  Use a 4 oz glass spray bottle– just cut the recipes below to one-quarter of the original amounts (that is, use 2 oz distilled water, 1/2 oz witch hazel, and about 10-12 drops of essential oil)
  2. add 8 oz distilled water to the bottle
    • tip:  Make sure to get distilled water and not regular filtered or spring bottled water.  Using distilled water will help your room spray to last for several months.
    • tip:  You can find distilled water at your grocery store.   It’s usually less than $1 for an entire gallon (which is enough to make 16 bottles of room spray).
    • tip: using a funnel  makes it really easy to add your ingredients to the bottle.
  3. add 2 oz of organic witch hazel
    • tip:  witch hazel helps to keep the essential oils emulsified in the water.  If you don’t have witch hazel, you can use 2 tsp of Epsom salt instead.   Simply add the essential oils to the Epsom salt, stir to distribute oil throughout salt, and then add oil/salt mixture to distilled water.
    • tip:  And it you don’t have either witch hazel or Epsom salt, no worries, you can leave them out.  You’ll just want to shake the room spray well each time before you use to to distribute the essential oils throughout the water.
  4. add 40-50 drops of essential oils (see below for recommended blends that total 40-50 drops)

 

Eucalyptus Mint

16 oz glass bottle 

8 oz distilled water

2 oz.  witch hazel

20 drops spearmint essential oil

20 drops eucalyptus essential oil

 

Winter Warmth

16 oz glass bottle

8 oz distilled water

2 oz.  witch hazel

10 drops frankincense essential oil

10 drops cedarwood essential oil

10 drops wild orange essential oil

10 drops rosemary essential oil

 

Alpine Cheer

16 oz glass bottle

8 oz distilled water

2 oz.  witch hazel

10 drops cypress essential oil

10 drops bergamot essential oil

10 drops ylang ylang essential oil

10 drops frankincense essential oil

 

Balanced Bliss

16 oz glass bottle

8 oz distilled water

2 oz.  witch hazel

18 drops wild orange essential oil

18 drops lavender essential oil

10 drops frankincense essential oil

 

Sweater Weather

16 oz glass bottle

8 oz distilled water

2 oz.  witch hazel

25 drops eucalyptus essential oil

15 drops juniper berry essential oil

10 drops sage essential oil

 

Sparkling Icicles

16 oz glass bottle

8 oz distilled water

2 oz.  witch hazel

12 drops lime essential oil

12 drops lemon essential oil

6 drops wild orange essential oil

6 drops bergamot essential oil

6 drops white fir essential oil

 

You might also be interested in these posts:

our favorite 40 winter diffuser blends grouped by their therapeutic benefits: immune support, clear breathing, purify & cleanse, reduce stress, emotional balance, sleep, uplifting & happy, and energize

DIY Moisturizing Foaming Hand Soap in 5 Winter Scents

 

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Blog Comments

L O V E these ! ! ! ! But, am I crazy? I can’t find the link to print these “recipes”. Are they printable like your other recipes?

Hi Jeanie,
You’re right. I apparently did not make a printable for these diffuser blends. I think they’re the only diffuser blends on my whole entire site without a printable.
I will add to my to-do list and hopefully, we’ll have a printable for them this fall. And maybe even add a few more favorite winter blends. too.
Thanks for letting me know that I was missing that.
Sarah

I was also looking for the “printable” link. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge!!

There isn’t a printable for this one yet. At some point I hope to get back through older posts like this to add printables.

I didn’t find where I could print the 5 Winter Sprays. How can I get these?

Thanks,

Hi Sue,
Since it was only 5 blends, I originally didn’t make a printable.
But you and another reader both mentioned that it was missing and that you’d like a printable, so I’m guessing others would like a printable for winter diffuser blends too. I’m adding it to my to-do list and I should have a printable of winter diffuser blends up this fall.
Thanks for asking. Especially, with older posts like this, it’s helpful when people ask questions, tell me what’s confusing, and what I might be missing. I love to try to make all the recipes and info on my blog better over time and that takes help all of you. Thanks!
Sarah

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