Let’s stick our noses into a beautiful bouquet today. This delicate bunch includes Clary Sage, Geranium, Lavender, Helichrysum, Roman Chamomile, and Ylang Ylang: the floral oils! I’m not sure about you, but for me, learning how to pronounce the name of an oil is the first step in learning how to use it effectively. Ylang Ylang, pronounced ee-lang ee-lang, is literally the star: this essential oil is derived from the star-shaped flowers of the tropical Ylang Ylang tree. (Practice saying it a few times, and you’ll soon be a pro.) This star-studded dōTERRA floral oil is about to steal the show as we use it to create two homemade sprays.
Using a homemade essential oil perfume is a bold and rewarding step in purging your home of synthetic fragrances, and wearing oils as a natural fragrance allows you and your loved ones to enjoy their aromatic advantages throughout the day! Blend any oils together to create the scent you desire - a favorite diffuser blend is a great starting point. This Floral Perfume Spray combines the warm notes of Ylang Ylang with fresh citrus aromas.
10 drops Wild Orange (photosensitive do not use if outdoors in sun)
10 drops Lemon (photosensitive do not use if outdoors in sun)
5 drops Ylang Ylang
1 tablespoon witch hazel or high proof alcohol
¼ cup water
Substitute ideas for photosensitive essential oils: Green Mandarin , Rose, Sandalwood, Cedarwood are some ideas or use your favorite!!
Shop doTerra today to get the highest quality essential oils on the market. There are multiple kits to choose from or here is a favorite of mine that includes essential oils that help manage emotions and a very nice diffuser Emotional Aromatherapy Kit