DIY Deodorant Spritzers

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DIY Deodorant Spritzers

how to make natural deodorant sprays

If you don’t like the idea of a cream deodorant, there are endless variations for making sprays with added essential oils for their amazing aromas. These recipes are so ridiculously easy and you probably already have most of the ingredients in your pantry. The only other thing you may need is a small spray bottle (preferably glass).

Use whatever essential oils you like but the citrusy ones seem to work very well, like lemon, orange blossom and grapefruit. A combination of grapefruit and lavender is heavenly. Melaleuca is another great option because, like lavender, it is antibacterial. If you like the smell, go ahead and put that in. Tea tree has legendary antimicrobial properties. Lemongrass is wonderful, especially in summer, as is clary sage which is crisp and refreshing (but don’t use it if you are pregnant).

Spritzer No.1 Epsom Spray

What you need:

  • 1 tablespoon Epsom salts
  • 1 tablespoon ACV (apple cider vinegar)
  • 125 ml purified water
  • 15 or more drops essential oil

What you do:

  • Dissolve the Epsom salts in the water and decant into bottle
  • Add the ACV
  • Add essential oils and shake

Spritzer No.2 Aloe Witch Spray

This would be great for sensitive skin because both aloe vera and witch hazel are gentle and soothing.

  • 125 ml witch hazel
  • 60 ml aloe vera gel
  • Generous pinch bicarbonate of soda
  • 15 drops essential oil

Add all the ingredients to your bottle and shake to mix.

Spritzer No.3 Spray ‘n go Magnesium

This is a quick and simple, two-ingredient recipe:

  • 125 ml magnesium oil
  • 15 drops essential oil

Add magnesium to bottle, drop in essential oils and shake.

Spritzer No.4 Spray ‘n go Witch Hazel

  • 125 ml witch hazel
  • 15 drops essential oil

Add witch hazel to bottle, drop in essential oils and shake.

By | 2017-04-13T10:10:20+00:00 May 6th, 2015|Natural Beauty|0 Comments

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