Recipes using Lingonberry Natural Fragrance Oil

Written by: | August 21, 2015 | one response

Creating with Lingonberry Natural Fragrance Oil

If you haven’t heard the great news that we are now offering

Natural Fragrance Oils, you’ll be in for a treat. You can read about our work with an internationally acclaimed perfume house to create our Lingonberry Natural Fragrance Oil and our Blueberry Natural Fragrance Oil. We’ve already started on some other wonderful scents, like coconut and pear.

Are you ready to try out our Lingonberry Fragrance Oil? Here are a few recipes to get you started.

The recipes below are just the beginning. You can use these

natural fragrance oils for your lotions, soaps, micellar water, scrubs and gels. Please share your ideas and recipes.



Three Lingonberry Recipes


Lingonberry Fragrance Balm




Melt Perfume Balm on a medium-low to medium setting in a stainless steel pot. Or you can melt the Balm in a Pyrex bowl in the microwave. While Balm is still melted, add Lingonberry oil and stir thoroughly. Pour into Lip Balm tube for easy application to the back of knees, behind ears, and on wrists. You can also pour into small jars.


Pink Lingonberry Deodorant Spray




Mix ingredients directly into a 16 oz. bottle. That’s it! Super simple. You can top with a fine mist sprayer for spraying directly on your body (under your arms, or anywhere you’d like to freshen up a bit.)  You can pour into a jar with non-woven pads to apply on this fabulous deodorant.


Juicy Lingonberry Perfume



  • ½ ounce Lemon – provides a fresh aroma
  • ½ ounce Rose Absolute – gives perfume a deep rosy fresh aroma
  • 1/8 ounce Benzoin – delivers a warm, sweet vanilla like aroma
  • ¼ ounce Peppermint – selected for its refreshing aroma
  • ¼ ounce Lingonberry Natural Fragrance Oil– a rather unexpected burst to this sweet, sharp and floral blend


In a glass bowl or glass measuring cup, combine the essential oils and Lingonberry Fragrance Oil. You can adjust the portions slightly to match your exact vision. When you have it exactly as you want it, pour into dark glass bottles and tightly cap the lids. Check out our blog on Aromatherapy and Essential Oils for helpful tips on staying safe while working with EOs.


Lingonberry Carpet Freshener




Put Sodium Bicarbonate into a large container with a tight-fitting lid. Quickly stir in the Lingonberry and seal the container. There will be clumps. Shake well until all lumps are gone. Gently shake onto your carpets (do a test in a little-seen corner). Leave it for 10 minutes and vacuum up.  Your room will smell amazing.

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