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Crafting Your Own DIY Essential Oil Spray: A How-To Guide

Todd Warwick

Essential oils are blends of scents of certain flowers and plants. They are used for aromatherapy. Aromatherapy is a healing therapy that uses plant extracts to promote human health. In recent years, research and studies have bolstered the claims about essential oils, significantly paving the way for their popularity to grow in the consumer market.

If you think that crafting your sprays of different plant extracts is difficult, remember that many companies and brands manufacture essential oils today. However, if you're looking for specific combinations to address your health issues, crafting your spray at home is a good idea.

Crafting Your Own DIY Essential Oil Spray: A How-To Guide

1 - Do Your Research

Like any other DIY, gathering information about your project is the first step. Essential oils work best when you know their uses. You will also need to familiarise yourself with the oils you're using. The properties that they possess will determine the effects they will have on your health or the health of those around you.

2 - Gather All Necessary Tools and Equipment

You will also need to gather all the tools and equipment that you need to create your DIY essential oil spray. Buy a spray bottle and make sure that it has a cap. If you buy one made with plastic and transparent, it will be easier to gauge the amount of oil you are using.

You will also need to buy empty bottles. You can find empty bottles in local drug stores, beauty stores, and online. Also, make sure that you have a funnel. You will need this to transfer the essential oil into the spray bottle easily.

3 - Measure and Mix

After gathering all tools and equipment, transfer the oil into the spray bottle. Use the funnel for easy transfer. Then, screw its cap. When it comes to the ratio for the specific oils, it is best to follow the manufacturer's ratio. It is also important that you follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer.

4 - Test and Apply the DIY Essential Oil Spray

Before using the spray, test it on a small area of your skin. Let it sit for a few hours to ensure that you won't have any adverse reactions to it.

5 - Storing the DIY Essential Oil Spray

You don't have too much time to use the spray you have created. The oils you use in the spray will evaporate rather quickly, unlike the commercial sprays you buy.

Make sure to store the spray properly after you have made it. Put it in a cool and dark place. Also, don't forget to label it to don't confuse it with other sprays in your home.


The use of essential oils has been proven to be a good investment for your health. You can easily create your spray at home. Just remember to follow the instructions and safety precautions to help you ensure that you end up with quality sprays. 

If you are looking for high-quality Australian essential oils, come to Boswellia! Our mission is to provide easily accessible, real, 100% pure, therapeutic grade, sometimes organic, always tested essential oils.