DIY Lavender Pillow Mist

Not sleeping well? Try this lavender pillow mist! Lavender essential oil can help you relax and manage stress and frustration.

This lavender pillow spray is so easy to make and smells wonderful! I sleep so well whenever I remember to spray it on my pillow.

Besides smelling wonderful, this spray also has many benefits. Lavender essential oil can help you relax and help manage stress and frustration. (source)

DIY Lavender Pillow Spray

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Add the salt to your bottle then add the essential oil.
  2. Fill the bottle the rest of the way with water.
  3. Shake well before every use!
  4. Spritz your pillow 1-2 times before bedtime.
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The epsom salt is needed because oil does not mix with water. Without the salt, the oil would just float at the top. If you do not have epsom salts on hand, you could try using witch hazel or vodka.

Sleep well!

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9 Comments

Comments

  1. I have some store bought lavender spray that I love, but would much rather save the $ and make it. Thank you for sharing.

  2. I used to buy Bath and Body works version of this – it had vanilla – YL doesn’t have a vanilla oil what do you recommend using for a vanilla?

  3. Hi Stephanie! I am just starting to experiment with homemade pillow mist and I was wondering whether you have found that the spray leaves residue on sheets or pillowcases? I am planning on giving these away as gifts but I would hate to ruin anyone’s belongings.. Thank you!!

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