Room Spray

Room Spray

image of woman in her room

Stage 1: (room temperature)
3% Polysorbate 20
3% Essential Oils of your choice
Stage 2: (room temperature)
93% Spring Water
1% Preservative 12
100% Total
Grape Seed Oil
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  • Combine the Stage 1 ingredients and stir until solubilised.
  • Add Stage 2 ingredients and combine thoroughly. Put into spray bottles and label.
Please note that Polysorbate 20 will make the room spray slightly hazy. Different essential oil combinations may even appear milky.
Heavier essential oils such as Vetiver or Patchouli will take a while to solubilise and may need more Polysorbate 20 to do the job, so leave them to stand for longer before adding to the rest of the formulation.
You may want to make a stronger smelling room spray, so, either use more pungent essential oils such as Patchouli or May Chang or, increase the amount used. For light essential oils, the essential oils and Polysorbate 20 should be the same amount. For heavier essential oils or a higher amount, increase the amount of Polysorbate 20 and decrease the water amount so that the whole formulation still totals 100%. We find that using more than 10% Polysorbate 20 can start to make the spray feel sticky, so we advise using the lower amounts.
The room spray may be used to freshen rooms and fabrics but ALWAYS do a test spray in an inconspicuous area first.

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