Ok… let’s get real for a moment of rant….
Have you experienced any of these symptoms? Irritability, mental vagueness, muscle pain, asthma, bloating, joint aches, sinus pain, fatigue, sore throat, eye irritation, gastrointestinal problems, laryngitis, headaches, dizziness, swollen lymph nodes, spikes in blood pressure, coughing, and burning or itching skin irritations?
If so, it MAY, just MAY be a side effect from the toxic chemicals you are spraying on your body and inhaling. Just sayin….
Some of the most common chemicals in perfumes are ethanol, acetaldehyde, benzaldehyde, benzyl acetate, a-pinene, acetone, benzyl alcohol, ethyl acetate, linalool, a-terpinene, methylene chloride, styrene oxide, dimenthyl sulphate, a-terpineol, camphor, and limonene which can lead to the symptoms above that I mentioned.
Don’t believe me? Why don’t you just try? Stop using perfume for 30 days and see if any of your symptoms subside. Here is a great article below with some more info if you want to educate yourselves … 🤓
Here are some great DIY Perfume Recipes!
Energizing Blend – Grapefruit/Ylang Ylang
Mix 7 drops of Grapefruit with 4 drops of Ylang Ylang in a 5 ml roller bottle and fill with fractionated coconut oil (it’s odorless and doesn’t solidify when cold) or sweet almond oil.
Floral Blend – Jasmine/Lime
Mix 7 drops of Jasmine with 4 drops of Lime in a 5 ml roller bottle and fill with fractionated coconut oil or sweet almond oil.
Floral Blen-Jasmine/Tangerine/Ylang Ylang
Mix 5 drops of Jasmine, 7 Ylang Ylang and 5 Tangerine in 5ML roller bottle and fill with coconut oil or sweet almond oil
Walk in the Woods Blend – Lavender/Lemon/Vetiver
Sexy Musk Blend – Lavender/Lime/Copaiba
Mix 5 drops of Lavender, 4 drops of Lime and 3 drops of Copaiba in a 5 ml roller bottle and fill with fractionated coconut oil or sweet almond oil. Or Stress Away from Young Living which is made with lavender, lime, copaiba and other essential oils in a roller bottle.