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Mountain Harvest Body and Room Spray

Mountain Harvest Body and Room Spray

Home-Crafted Summer Rejuvenation

katherine hanlon

Inspired by the budding spring and the aroma of hot summer days spend in the open wilderness, we've captured that essence and transformed it into a spray that can be used on the body, as a room spray, and directly upon the skin to help freshen and rejuvenate the skin. This is a set of recipes developed specifically for men and applicable to everyone. 

Body/face and room spray ingredients: Face oil ingredients:
10 drops pine needle essential oil;
10 drops cedarwood essential oil;
10 drops juniper berry essential oil;
5 drops balsam fir essential oil;
5 drops rosemary essential oil;
5 drops frankincense essential oil;
5 drops myrrh essential oil;
1.5 ounces alcohol free witch hazel;
Fresh, filtered water;
2 ounce spray/spritzer bottle;
A face, body, or room to freshen up.
10 drops pine needle essential oil;
10 drops cedarwod essential oil;
10 drops juniper berry essential oil;
5 drops balsam fir essential oil;
5 drops rosemary essential oil;
5 drops frankincense essential oil;
5 drops myrrh essential oil;
1/2 ounce alcohol free witch hazel;
1/2 ounce organic extra virgin olive oil;
1/2 ounce cold pressed rosehip oil;
2 ounce dropper bottle;
Summer skin to freshen up.

pine needle essential oil

Instructions:

For making the body/face and room spray.

Combine all essential oils and alcohol free witch hazel into a 2 ounce spray bottle. Add filtered water to bring to the shoulder of the bottle, allowing enough room for the sprayer. 

Store out of direct sunlight.

To use: Spray liberally over the face and body, and use to brighten a stale room.

For making the face oil.

In a 2 ounce dropper bottle (a great use to repurpose an empty tincture bottle), add all ingredients. 

Store out of direct sunlight.

To use: This face oil is perfect for aged or sun-damaged skin. Apply several drops (<10) to the face and gently rub in. Some may be hyper-sensitive to essential oils, so patch test accordingly to prevent any allergic reaction or any other irritation. Prevent direct exposure to the sun. 

pine needle essential oil

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