Citrus Oil Blends

Citrus Oil Blends

Citrus oil blends are popular because they have a refreshing and uplifting scent. They’re often used to boost moods, energy, and improve focus.

Some of the most popular citrus oil blends include orange, lemon, and grapefruit. However, many different combinations can be used depending on the desired effect.

These zesty fragrances can bring a natural freshness to wherever their places, either in a diffuser, candle, or another item.

We love how beautifully versatile these blends are because they can create a festive feeling at Christmas. This is a tradition to place a satsuma in stockings on Christmas Eve.

If you’re looking to recreate this atmosphere, you certainly can on a budget. However, finding a way to make these blends can be complex, resulting in failed experiments.

Furthermore, using the wrong scent can mean ruining your celebrations! To stop this from happening, we’ve researched the following article thoroughly.

So, if you’re on a budget and want fragrant essential oils or simply want to make your own, you can. Another advantage of using these blends is adding them to anything you wish.

If you want some ideas for this, we advise putting drops in an air diffuser, candle mixture, or in a bath. So, read on!  

Citrus Laundry Blend

If you want to add some luxury to your laundry, you absolutely can with this citrus blend. It’s super simple to make with the right ingredients, which means you can smell wonderfully after a short time.

For example, to relieve your nose from smelling dirty socks, you can sprinkle some of this essential oil blend onto them.


Lemon essential oil is known for having a sharp and refreshing smell, which can boost your mood when it’s used in your home.

Add two lemon essential oil drops to the blend, which will counteract the sweetness in the orange. 

Sweet Orange

Many people suggest that sweet orange essential oil helps their digestion run smoothly and makes them feel happy.

So, if you want to add this essential oil to an air diffuser, it could even boost your gloomy mood.

In addition, scientists have proven that this sweet orange extract has antimicrobial properties. 

It can even prevent E.coli from being rampant and therefore keep you healthy!

Please consult your doctor before using it as a treatment, though. Instead, put two drops in the mixture.


Lavender is a lovely heady scent, which has depth, deepening the otherwise fresh citrus notes.

In addition, lavender is said by some to help them sleep, which means that you can create a calming effect with this blend. Add two drops to this recipe.

Bergamot, Lemon & Bitter Orange

Suppose you’re wondering what to do with this lemon, bitter orange, and bergamot blend.

In that case, we advise you to consider making a wonderful soap with it. To do this, use a goat’s milk soap-based recipe, which can be found through a quick search on the internet. 

The lemon and bitter orange are double the extra fresh citrus scents. In addition, the bergamot prevents these citrus oils from being overwhelming.


Scientific research has been shown to relieve inflammation, cause a positive mood, and reduce cholesterol levels.

However, it’s worth taking care when handling bergamot as some people have found themselves allergic, and their skin becomes irritated. 

Some say that this essential oil can promote sleep, helping you relax, which means that it’s a brilliant way to even out the energizing of other citrus fruits.


A lemon essential oil can be mixed with water to use as a perfume. This means that you can also use it to refresh your laundry or even place it in an air diffuser to make your home smell wonderfully fragrant.

Bitter Orange

This delicate fragrance is native to Asia and is often found in many Mediterranean countries, which means it’s ideal for bringing a warm scent to your home.

To get this essential oil, you can get it from the peel on the fruit, which can be grated and added to cakes. The zestiness this essential oil gives off can be super refreshing, so it’s excellent for reinvigorating you.

Lemon, Rosalina, Lavender 

Lemon and Rosalina are strong forces in this essential oil blend, with a hint of lavender. If you don’t know what Rosalina is, it’s otherwise known as lavender tree oil, a gentle, child-friendly liquid.

This oil is like eucalyptus without this essential extract’s harsh qualities. 


This is a supernatural essential oil known for being a home remedy for several different illnesses.

In addition, there have been scientific studies that show that lemon created mood-boosting and calming effects on mice.

So, if you want to get these benefits for yourself, why not add them to this essential oil blend?!


Some believe that Rosalina can prevent viruses from taking hold and causing more suffering. However, you have to take the leaves and distill them using steam to get this essential oil.

This means that if you happen to have your own Rosalina plant, you can save money by making your own extract instead of buying it.


Lavender essential oil is often used in aromatherapy to boost people’s spirits. Adding a few drops to this blend will mean that you can enjoy these calming notes in an essential oil you’ve made.

This is a super popular essential oil, which means that you can be sure that it’ll please most people who smell it if you use it!

If you want to grow your own lavender, it thrives in many conditions.

Many pollinators also love it, which can help improve your garden. This means that you can benefit the local environment even when you’re not making essential oils. 


Citrus essential oil blends are brilliant for several different reasons. Whether you’re looking for a calming fragrance or something to boost your mood, we’ve run through several ideas for you.

If you don’t want to make an overpowering mixture, it’s worth mixing in non-citrus scents to dampen down the sharpness. 

If you’d like more information about fragrance oils, you can check out our other articles. We hope you enjoy yourself!

Hannah Shiftle
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