Cologne With Essential Oils – Zongle Therapeutics

Cologne With Essential Oils

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Beastly Monday is here guys with an astonishing cologne hack!! People might think that aromatherapy could replace traditional medicine... Well, we would rather say it is an alternative method of practicing wellbeing. Consider it as a handy tool that helps in enhancing your wellbeing both physically and psychologically, using aromas to stimulate certain responses. In aromatherapy, your goal should be to use the essential oils to shift your mental state and to assist your body’s natural ability to regulate, heal, and balance itself.  

Due to their very nature and the plethora of benefits they have on our minds & bodies they're a great source of wellness all-in-all. So today, we wanted to help the men in our community to reap benefits from these organic extracts from plant compounds in the form of a cologne!  

Whatever your age is, whether you're a father, brother, grandfather, son, or grandson, this cologne made from essential oils will help you smell sober, gentlemen kind, plus the molecules will quadruple the impact once they're inhaled by the olfactory senses. Bear in mind that essential oils should never be used without a base oil to dilute their strength. Most of the essential oils' scents are too dominant to be used directly on skin without being diluted. In our DIY cologne recipe today, we'll be using Fractionated Coconut Oil, but you can use any carrier oil that you like.  

We have two recipes for you today: 

5 mL Cologne Bottle: 

  • 6 drops Grapefruit 
  • 2 drops Cardamom  
  • 3 drops Cedarwood  
  • 4 drops Patchouli 
  • Fill rest of the bottle with Fractionated Coconut Oil 
10 mL Cologne Bottle: 
  • 12 drops Grapefruit 
  • 4 drops Cardamom  
  • 6 drops Cedarwood
  • 8 drops Patchouli  
  • Fill the rest of the bottle with Fractionated Coconut oil.  


Just apply it to points like at the back of your neck, or behind your ears or on your wrists to maximize the impact.

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