|I have been using essential oils for a few years now to help my home smell fresh and to create a sense of calm to ease tension and stress. The truth is, there are so many different ways to use essential oils, it can get a bit overwhelming to know where to start or how to use them properly.
When I discovered that there was a subscription box for essential oils (I know, I know.. there is a subscription box for everything these days, but hear me out) I was excited to learn more. And when I found out that you receive not only a variety of monthly essential oils but also the recipes AND the tools you need to create your own DIY essential oil goodies, I was sold!
Check out my experience including step-by-step instructions to create your own DIY drawer deodorizer - and just like the title of the subscription box - it was seriously simple to create!
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Create Your Own Drawer Deodorizer
Even though you might be staying home more lately and looking for activities or new hobbies to pursue, you also might not have a lot of extra time on your hands. Case in point, we actually don't own a dishwasher. The amount of time we spend lately washing and putting away dishes compared to the beginning of the year is astronomical! So if you're short on time, this DIY essential oil recipe is perfect for you because it literally only takes a few minutes.
The DIY Drawer Deodorizer recipe is one of the 6 recipes that is included in the September Simply Earth essential oils recipe box. I loved that the essential oils for this recipe, blood orange and clove, reminded me of fall and Halloween (which is right around the corner) so I knew I wanted to try out this recipe first to get my home smelling great for the cooler weather.
Check out the steps I took to create my own drawer deodorizer below - and if you want to try this recipe out for yourself, the information about ordering your own box is below!
Hopefully my step-by-step instructions were helpful for you, but if you want to check out a video, click below to see how you can create your own drawer deodorizer. :)
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Other recipes included in the September Simply Earth box:
I'm going to try the body spray next!
Simply Earth Essential Oils
So what is Simply Earth all about? They provide an essential oils subscription service for people looking for those looking for natural living do-it-yourself activities. Each box includes 4 full-size, 100% Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils and 6 fun new recipes, and all the extras you need to make them. Pretty cool!
Your first order will include the bonus box which contains DIY supplies including beeswax, coconut oil, almond oil, fractionated coconut oil, and essential oil bottles.
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will receive a $40 gift card to use on future purchases!
Try out Simply Earth today - no commitments, free shipping, and you can cancel anytime! I hope you enjoyed this recipe - check out my other essential oil articles on the blog using the search below.
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