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10 DIY doTERRA Perfume Recipes

There are countless ways to use your doTERRA essential oils. And one of the more common ways to do so is by creating your own perfume recipes.

It’s good clean, chemical-free fun. And at the same time, you get to enjoy the therapeutic benefits of your oils.

In this article, you will find our top 10 DIY perfume recipes using doTERRA essential oils.

Why Use doTERRA Essential Oils in Perfume?

The most apparent reason you might create your own doTERRA essential oil perfume recipes would be the health factor. Conventional perfumes are chalked full of toxic chemicals that can prompt both short- and long-term health problems.

But there are additional benefits. That is, the countless therapeutic benefits that come with using essential oils. If you’ve been through the classes, then you know, the possibilities are endless.

The oils in the recipes below all offer their own unique benefits. For example:

  • Peppermint can improve energy and help ease pain and stomach discomfort.
  • Lavender and frankincense can reduce stress and promote a more positive outlook on live.
  • Citrus oils like orange, lemon, and grapefruit can boost mood.

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Do-it-Yourself Perfume Recipes Using doTERRA

Before listing the following DIY essential oil perfume recipes, we’ll outline the base directions for these recipes. To craft your blend, you’ll first want to gather up the following supplies and ingredients:

  • Carrier oil such as doTERRA’s Fractionated Coconut Oil
  • 2 drops of liquid glyercerin
  • Mixing container
  • 15ml glass bottle
  • Essential oils used in the recipes

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  • Add each essential oil one at a time to your mixing container.
  • Combine in the glycerin and mix the solution well.
  • Pour the mixed solution into your 15ml glass bottle.
  • Top off the bottle with your carrier oil.
  • Put the lid back on and shake the perfume well.

To maximize your results, store your perfume in a cool and dark place for about 24 hours before use. Shake a few times within this period for a more properly blended recipe.

And now for the recipes…

1. Vanilla Rose

  • 15 drops of rose
  • 15 drops of orange
  • 10 drops of vanilla

2. Energy

  • 20 drops of orange
  • 15 drops of peppermint

3. Serenity

  • 15 drops of Serenity blend
  • 10 drops of frankincense
  • 10 drops of vetiver

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4. Citrus

  • 15 drops of orange
  • 10 drops of grapefruit
  • 10 drops of lemon

5. Floral

  • 15 drops of lavender
  • 15 drops of roman chamomile
  • 10 drops of geranium

6. Woodsy

  • 15 drops of frankincense
  • 10 drops of white fir
  • 10 drops of cedarwood

7. Focus

  • 15 drops of frankincense
  • 10 drops of sandalwood
  • 10 drops of ylang ylang
  • 10 drops of patchouli

8. Mood

  • 15 drops of orange
  • 10 drops of Balance blend
  • 10 drops of lavender
  • 7 drops of vetiver

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9. Citrus Floral

  • 20 drops of lavender
  • 15 drops of orange
  • 15 drops of lemon

10. Patchouli

  • 15 drops of patchouli
  • 15 drops of lavender
  • 10 drops of orange

1 thought on “10 DIY doTERRA Perfume Recipes”

  1. Hi,
    Thank you for your recipe. Does it need to be stored in fridge and does it have a shelf life longer than a few weeks? Other recipes I’ve seen say onlu last two weeks…

    Thanks sam


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