DIY Cooling Peppermint Spray

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Hot. So hot. You don’t know whether to crank up the AC or go sit in the fridge to help cool you down. Whether you’re going through that “season” or its just summer time, this DIY cooling peppermint spray will help chill you out so you’re not stuck feeling miserable while breaking a sweat fanning yourself.

Hot flashes and summer time have nothing on this cooling peppermint spray! Just make sure you're not spraying it in your eyes... if somehow it does get in your eyes, make sure you rinse them with a carrier oil like sweet almond, avocado, coconut, or olive oil... do NOT rinse with water!

Peppermint. It makes an invigoratingly refreshing oil.  Historically, peppermint has been used to soothe the digestive tract and freshen breath. However, like many oils peppermint has multiple uses… it can also have a cooling effect too.

What you’ll need for this DIY Cooling Peppermint Spray:

Yup! That’s all you need!! These are incredibly easy to put together and are so handy to keep around. They also make fantastic gifts!!

When to use your Cooling Peppermint Spray:

  • Outside when you’re feeling too warm in the summer heat
  • When experiencing hot flashes
  • During workouts, if you feel like you need a bit of a cool down to help you keep going
  • Anytime you need a quick cool down
  • When you’re overheating in a hot kitchen while cooking or baking
  • Spray in your mouth for a quick breath freshener
  • Spray in your mouth or on your face for a quick energy “pick me up”
  • Soothe a sore or itchy throat by spraying toward the back of your throat
  • Spray into the toilet to help keep smells at bay
  • Use around the house or when you’re out to help keep spiders away
  • Spray on the bottom of your feet for a quick energy boost or to soothe sore feet
Hot flashes and summer time have nothing on this cooling peppermint spray! Just make sure you're not spraying it in your eyes... if somehow it does get in your eyes, make sure you rinse them with a carrier oil like sweet almond, avocado, coconut, or olive oil... do NOT rinse with water!
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Nicole Graber, team leader, author, and editor to EssentialOils.Life and nikkygraber.com blog websites.

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