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51 USES FOR FRAGRANCE OILS 1) Use in soap making 2) Put in bath oil 3) Use for meditation 4) Put on silk flowers or trees 5) Put on fabric softener dry sheets 6) A few drops on your pillow 7) A drop on your cold light bulb to scent a room 8) Keep a cotton ball with fragrance oil under your car seat 9) Throw some in your bath water 10) Refresh old potpourri 11) Add some to a gift package bow 12) On a hanky in your purse 13) Dresser drawer sachets 14) Add to plain lotion 15) Put in oil for massage 16) Use on a paper towel and tuck in stored shoes 17) Pour a smidgen down a funky drain overnight 18) In water for a cooling personal spray 19) Put on a doorway 20) A little on a sunny windowsill 21) Hide some in a linen closet 22) Add to lingerie wash water 23) In your wood stove water pan 24) On your heat vents 25) Under trash can liners 26) On a love note 27) Freshen a stale basket 28) Use as is on the skin for perfume 29) Add to a wooden necklace 30) Put on a bed headboard 31) Add to a burning candle 32) Put in water for a air freshener spray 33) Add to stored blankets 34) Use in aroma burner (with water) 35) Under the collar of a jacket 36) In a gym bag 37) On an artificial Christmas tree 38) Add to holiday ornaments 39) Perk up old sachets 40) Put some on a high traffic rug ( under ) 41) Use a little behind your pet’s ear 42) Put in old sneakers 43) Use in a one minute manicure 44) Refresh car air fresheners 45) Put some in a pencil cup to scent pens etc. 46) For aroma jewelry 47) In water on stove top 48) In cornstarch for a scented powder 49) Pour in the jacuzzi 50) On a tent when camping 51) Add to live flowers with no scent
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As with all essential oils, never use them undiluted. Do not take internally unless working with a qualified and expert practitioner. Keep away from children. If applying an essential oil to your skin always perform a small patch test to an insensitive part of the body (after you have properly diluted the oil in an appropriate carrier.