Lavender Bedtime Linen Spray

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When I was in high-school there was a candle store in the mall that sold all kinds of highly scented stuff. My friends and I used to buy all the lotions, chapsticks, body washes, body sprays, candles, and linen sprays. Talk about toxic! I still have one of the linen sprays…I don’t use it anymore but I keep it around because the smell really takes me back. I love having a relaxing scent in my bedroom so I sometimes rub lavender essential oil behind my ears before bed to elicit it’s relaxation benefits. Then I decided that it might work really well as a linen spray on my sheets! 

Lavender Bedtime Linen Spray



  • Add lavender and alcohol to spray bottle, use water to top it off
  • Shake and use as needed on sheets at bedtime

Yawn! I hope you find this helps promote restful sleep. For more information on sleep optimization, check out my SLEEP POST.

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