Ocean Scent or Beach Scent

Is there an essential oil blend that smells like the beach or gives an ocean scent, or a blend that smells clean and refreshing and not too floral?


ANSWER:
Thanks for your question. The following is my recipe for a beach scent or ocean scent:

Ocean Waves

  • Geranium essential oil

  • Ylang Ylang essential oil

  • Cedarwood essential oil

  • Rose essential oil (made into a "rose oil water" by adding 1 litre of pure filtered rain water to 1 drop of essential oil)


Use equal parts of the essential oils above, and mixed with small amount of your "rose oil water." It is beautifully resfreshing, and although contains floral notes, the cedarwood balances the blend beautifully to create the "fresh" scent.

Another blend you may like, which is also refreshing is:

A Walk in the Forest

  • Pine essential oil

  • Hyssop essential oil

  • Eucalyptus radiata essential oil

  • Cypress essential oil


Mix equal parts of the above essential oils and take a relaxing walk through the forest.

Essentiail oil perfumes can take up to three days to synergise, so you might like to mix your blend into an glass bottle. Amber glass is best as it also protects the blend from the sunlight.

For the best quality perfume, I only use and recommend Young Living Essential Oils. Please visit my store for more information.

Enjoy!

Jen
Essential Oil Goddess

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Filtered rainwater
by: Sheba Batn

Can you elaborate on the filtered rainwater?

ANSWER:
When making any mists or sprays, I preferred to use the most pure water that I can find. At home, we have a rainwater tank with a filter attached. I LOVE the freshness and softness of this water.

If you don't have access to this, use bottled spring water or some other form of purified water rather than tap water, which is full of heavy metals, chemicals and other impurities which can mess with the synergy of your blends.

I hope this helps

Jen
Essential Oil Goddess

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