Go Back
+ servings
Print
5 from 1 vote

DIY Aromatherapy Shower Sprays

Despite the name, these aromatherapy sprays aren’t just for the shower. Feel free to use them to cleanse the energy in your home, as a pillow spray for a good night’s sleep, as yoga mat cleaner, or simply as an air freshener when things start to feel stale.
Prep Time5 mins
Total Time5 mins
Course: Wellness
Cuisine: DIY
Keyword: aromatherapy, essential oils
Yield: 1 spray (approx. 8 ounces)
Author: Stephanie Pollard
Cost: $5

Equipment

  • 8-ounce bottle with fine mister (you can also use a 4-ounce bottle and just halve the recipe)

Materials

  • 4 ounces distilled water
  • 2 ounces witch hazel or vodka
  • 20–30 drops of essential oil (see notes for the different blends)
  • Dried flowers and a chalk marker optional for decoration

Instructions

  • Fill the bottle with water, witch hazel, and essential oils. Shake well.

Notes

Breathe Easy Blend
Warm Rose Blend
Relaxing Lavender Blend
If giving as gifts, add a few dried flowers to the bottle, and label it with a chalk marker.
To use, wait until the bathroom gets nice and steamy, then shake the bottle well and spray liberally just before hopping in.
Always store your shower sprays in a cool place away from direct sunlight. Make a fresh spray every 2 weeks.