Make Your Own Spray Deodorant
This is a wonderful alternative to the homemade stick deodorant recipe that I posted. Some found that they were having sensitivities to the baking soda base and so this offers another wonderful option and is very time friendly for those of us on a tight and busy schedule. It takes a matter of mere minutes to make and there is NO clean up! That’s right, you read this correctly, NO clean up. I don’t know about you but that alone is exciting enough for me.
I cannot take credit for this recipe as it belongs to Stacy McDonald over at Your Sacred Calling. She has been kind enough to allow me to share her recipe with all of you.
Thank you so very much for the awesome recipe Stacy :D
Stacy’s Spritz Deodorant
- 2 oz. amber glass spray bottle (I buy mine in bulk HERE)
- 2 oz. Organic Witch Hazel (minus a teaspoon or so)
- 4 drops vegetable glycerine
- 20 drops of one of the Young Living Therapeutic Grade essential oil blends below
These blends incorporate oils known for their antibacterial properties and they smell wonderful! I also like the fact that I’ve read several intriguing articles about studies being done on frankincense and cancer! What a good place to put frankincense! And these cute little bottles are small enough to throw in your purse for any “spruce ups” you feel the need for during the day.
Use one of the following blends in the above recipe or have fun creating one of your own.
- 14 frankincense
- 7 bergamot
- 10 drops orange
- 7 vetiver
- 3 drops frankincense
Stay tuned for an upcoming post of Stacy’s wonderful Dusting Powder Recipe to use along with your homemade spray deodorant!
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Get started now! By the way, I am not a doctor – just a mom who uses essential oils in her own family. Please know that any information provided on Scentsable Living is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to prescribe, diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. It is your responsibility to educate yourself and address any health or medical needs you may have with your physician. Please seek professional help when needed.