Beat the heat with this easy to make DIY Cooling Spray…that cools you off and helps you enjoy being outside even longer. This post may contain affiliate links. Get more details on our Disclosure Policy page.

I love carrying this Cooling Spray in my purse during the hot, Texan summer months.  I love spraying the kids neck, arms and legs as we walk around South Congress enjoying a fun summer afternoon. Around here temps can reach the 100’s, making it unbearable to enjoy the outdoors. The kids are especially susceptible to heat exhaustion – so we make sure to keep them cool and hydrated.

Here is what you will need to make this awesome Cooling Body Spray

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Here is how to make this awesome Cooling Body Spray


Into the spray bottle add

  • 3 drops Peppermint Essential Oil
  • 5  drops of Lavender Essential Oil
  • 2 tsp of Witch Hazel
  • fill the rest of the bottle with water.
  • Place the top on the bottle and shake well.

Mix & Shake well before each use.  Spritz your body to help keep you cool down. Spray on necks, arms, and legs. Please do not spray the Peppermint on face. If you wish to use a Cooling Mist for your Face, check out this Lavender Cooling Spray. This is safe enough for kids and it also helps repel insects, double the win!

You can also make this with Young Living Essential oils! Remember that the purity and quality of the oil you use matters. I always recommend carefully reading labels, your skin is your body’s biggest organ… use organic and all natural ingredients as much as possible!

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