Everyone wants to smell good, especially women.
(which may be one reason that so many of us find it hard to try a natural deodorant)
But the fragrances and perfumes often sold in stores are full of synthetic chemicals and one would be wise to steer clear of them.
Years ago when I began noticing what was in the products I used, I tossed out my perfumes and fragranced body sprays and never replaced them. I was just overwhelmed at trying to find replacement products for everything and it just wasn’t something I wanted to spend money on. Especially if I found out I didn’t like it.
So I’ve gone without it for years and it’s never bothered me.
I hope it hasn’t bothered anyone else either……
My Facebook friends have come to the rescue again with some recommendations on what they use. If you have a natural perfume that you use and love, won’t you let me know in the comments?
Pacifica Perfume – They sell multiple different fragrances and were recommended by a few of our friends.
Golden Earth Perfumes – Made with only natural ingredients they offer a selection of fragrances.
Dress Green Perfume Oils – an Etsy shop
Many also choose to make their own by blending essential oils together with either a carrier oil (essential oils by themselves may be to strong for the skin) or diluting in water (for a spray), which is also an economical option. Some popular options:
- lavender, rose, and ylang ylang
- serenity blend or Citrus Bliss Blend (from doTerra)
- sweet orange
*Remember that some essential oils should not be used during pregnancy, so take caution while trying to conceive as well.
What do you use as a natural body fragrance?
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