Which essential oils smell like Baby Powder?

Fresh and powdery scents which were once uncommon are becoming very popular. In a market saturated with floral and woodsy fragrances, the clean and clay-like fragrance of baby powder stands out. This fresh shower scent lifts your mood and conjures up feelings of comfort that can set the tone for the rest of the day. This lovely, soft scent is actually a combination of notes we are already familiar with, such as rose, vanilla, and jasmine. Recreating this nostalgic baby powder scent is possible using essential oils. It is also a natural way to smell good on the days you want to go perfume-free. Wondering which essential oils smell like baby powder? There are a few essential oil powder-blends on the market to choose from or you can create your own using just 4 essential oils.

Create your own essential oil blend that smell like baby powder

To create your own baby powder scented blend, you will need 2 middle notes, a top note, and a bridge note. You will need these essential oils:

  • 4 Drops Vanilla (bridge note)
  • 2 Drop Geranium (middle note)
  • 2 Drops Rosewood (Top note)
  • 1 Drop Ylang Ylang (middle note)

Together, these essential oils smell like baby powder. Mix them well in a glass container with a tight lid, by shaking the bottle vigorously and letting it stand for at least 48 hours. With time, the scent will grow stronger. This calming scent has a 44% floral, 32% resinous, and 24% woody aromatic profile.

TIP: Always use the best therapeutic grade essential oils for topical application. This is because the essential oil market is strewn with unscrupulous brands selling diluted products which often also happens to be laced with toxic chemicals. In order to avoid skin reactions, it is best to choose pure undiluted essential oil. These types of essential oils are a little more costly as more care and effort are taken in producing them. If the blend is too strong or you have sensitive skin, dilute this blend with a carrier oil. Remember that essential oils are potent plant extracts and need to be used with care and thought. Using too much of a natural thing can cause toxicity.

Vanilla essential oil

Vanilla essential oil adds an inviting scent to your baby powder blend. It generally mixes well with other oils, is calming, and promotes a relaxed environment.

We choose

Edens Garden Vanilla Oleoresin Essential Oil

100% Pure Therapeutic Grade (Aromatherapy Oils), 5 ml

These essential oils smell like baby powder when mixed.

Geranium essential oil

Geranium essential oil is an uplifting and gentle oil. It also helps improve overall skin appearance with its skin balancing properties.

We choose

Rocky Mountain Oils Geranium Essential Oil

100% Pure Essential Oils, 15 ml

These essential oils smell like baby powder when mixed with geranium essential oil.

Rosewood essential oil

Rosewood essential oil with sweet, floral, and peppery aroma can be used as part of your skincare routine. It’s gentle enough for all skin types and can even be added to DIY deodorants. Like vanilla, Rosewood has a lovely calming effect on the senses.

We choose

Rocky Mountain Oils Rosewood

100% Pure and Natural Essential Oil, 15 ml

These essential oils smell like baby powder when mixed with rosewood oil.

Ylang Ylang essential oil

Also known as the poor man’s Jasmine,  Ylang Ylang is a firm favorite in any essential oil cupboard. Its floral, sweet, herbaceous, and slightly spicy aroma brings feelings of harmony and a sense of peace. Not only a favorite in many a diffuser, but can also be added to DIY soaps, detergents, and body care products.

We choose

Red Silk Organic Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

100% Pure USDA Certified Aromatherapy for Heart Health,

Skin Care, Luxury Beauty, 10 ml

These essential oils smell like baby powder when mixed with ylang ylang.

We choose

Bargz Baby Powder Essential Oil

Glass Amber Bottle Organic | Pure & Therapeutic | for Diffuser,

Aromatherapy, Headache, Pain, Sleep-Perfect For Candles & Massage, 10 ml

These essential oils smell like baby powder as part of a blend.

How to use your essential oil blend that smell like baby powder

There are many ways to use this lovely essential oil blend other than just as a natural fragrance. Add it to your favorite moisturizer, bathwater, or use it in an aromatherapy diffuser. You can even add a few drops to your cleaning sprays or vacuum filters to freshen up your home. Add it to your DIY soaps, candles, and body care products to bring to lift your mood and bring a sense of calm.

Last thoughts on essential oil blends that smell like baby powder

This blend of essential oils that smells like baby powder is a winner, especially on days when you need a pick-me-up. As a natural fragrance, it has a very attractive scent. So get ready to wear it and compliments will abound! Lastly, if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using any of these products.

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