Aromatherapy for Body, Mind & Spirit

Citrus Natural Perfume Recipes

Citrus Natural Perfume Recipes

Citrus is a genus of flowering trees and shrubs that produce citrus fruits. Probably the most common vision we have when we hear the word “citrus” is of the morning orange juice that so many of us drink each morning.

Citrus Natural Perfume Recipes Additionally, other citrus fruits we love are grapefruit, limes, and lemons. And did you know that although Florida is known for its oranges and grapefruit, Arizona’s citrus groves are also top-notch?

In fact, many experts say Arizona’s soil is perfect for growing citrus. Arizona also doesn’t have the bug and pest issue like Florida, where pests are abundant due to the humidity!

Citrus: The Happy Scent

Aromas get your attention! They affect your mood in many ways, depending on the scent. They elicit memories and affect our emotions.

So, the scent of citrus is no exception.

Citrus gives you a positive, happy vibe. It awakens the mind, and gives a glimmer of hope and clarity in place of negativity and sadness.*

Therefore, a natural citrus aroma can be therapeutic to induce a state of happiness, regardless the person.*

That’s why the following citrus natural perfume recipes are so beneficial. Who wouldn’t want to put on a happy face on an otherwise gloomy day?

 

Citrus Natural Perfume Recipes

These DIY citrus natural perfume recipes are made with essential oils, which are very potent. However, because they are concentrated plant extracts, they are natural and don’t contain artificial fragrances.

Energizing Chamomile Citrus Blend

Pour the Alcohol into a glass jar with lid. Carefully add the essential oils. Tightly cover the jar and shake gently, but thoroughly. Leave for 2-6 weeks, shaking the jar once daily.

Then, transfer to a roller bottle or other dark glass applicator bottle. Use as you like. Splash the blend on your body after your morning shower or bath, or carry the fragrance in a roller bottle to use throughout the day.

Orangey Floral

Pour the Alcohol and Orange Blossom Water into a glass jar with lid. Carefully add the essential oils. Tightly cover the jar and shake gently, but thoroughly. Leave for 2-6 weeks, shaking the jar once daily.

Then, transfer to a roller bottle or other dark glass applicator bottle. Use as you like. Splash the blend on your body after your morning shower or bath, or carry the fragrance in a roller bottle to use throughout the day.

*This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease.