DIY Breath Freshening Spray

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This DIY Breath Freshening Spray is perfect for your purse or car for those times when you feel you need some freshness added to you breath, just whip it out and give your mouth a spritz.

It also wakes you up too!

It’s hard to find gum or breath mints that are natural and that don’t have chemicals, additives and fake sugar.  This breath freshening spray is about as natural as you can get.

This DIY breath freshening spray has only 3 ingredients!  Water, honey and essential oils.  You can use different combinations of oils but I just used good old peppermint essential oil.

For the recipe go to Wellness Media.  Wellness Media is dedicated to helping improve health and wellness worldwide through education, support and resources.  Wellness Media works to spread the message of real food worldwide and to become a “Wikipedia of health sites” so that readers can find health information quickly and easily.  You can connect with them on facebook, pinterest, google + and twitter!

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Comments

  1. Dee says:

    I love this!!!

  2. Janine says:

    Would love you to come share this at Oil me up Wednesdays, a new blog hop for essential oils users. Please join us on Wednesday at My Lamp is Full.

  3. Shanel Tarrant-Simone says:

    I can’t seem to find the small spray bottle any online suggestions?

    • Hannah says:

      I can’t seem to find the tiny one I pictured there but you can find colored 1 ounce glass bottles on amazon for a decent price. You could search for little perfume spray bottles as well. Stainless steel would also work.