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How to Make Red Wood Cedar Fragrance Oil

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How to Make Red Wood Cedar Fragrance Oil

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Overview

Woody fragrances are often a bit masculine and offer pleasant accents to shampoos, homemade soaps, candles and a variety of other products. Making your own woody fragrance oil of redwood and cedar allows you the opportunity to experiment with a variety of essential oils to create an intoxicating, woody fragrance blend. Whether you're making outdoorsy candles, manly shaving balm or air-freshening fragrance spray, redwood cedar fragrance oil provides a strong and attractive aroma.

Step 1

Squeeze the blue cypress essential oil drops into the glass oil jar.

Step 2

Add the Gaea and spruce essential oils to the bottle.

Step 3

Add the remaining oils to the bottle.

Step 4

Secure the lid of the glass bottle containing the mixture of oils and shake it vigorously for about a minute. This fully disperses the varying oils together to create a signature scent inspired by the redwood forest.

Things You'll Need

  • 20 drops blue cedar essential oil
  • 15 drops Gaea essential oil
  • 10 drops spruce essential oil
  • 8 drops juniper essential oil
  • 8 drops red teak essential oil
  • 2 drops lemon grass essential oil
  • 2 oz. glass oil bottle

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Chelsea Hoffman resides in Las Vegas, Nev., where she is currently working on a dramatic novel titled "Chloe." A published freelance writer for over 15 years, Hoffman writes for GardenGuides, Travels, and a variety of other online and print venues.