Last Updated on April 12, 2021 by Ellen Christian
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Romantic essential oils will help you set the mood for love. Try essential oils for love and romance and see my top 5 essential oils picks.
Romantic Essential Oils
These romantic essential oils can be used in your favorite diffuser. Or, you can use the in massage oil, body scrub, or bath salts. Either way, the scents will help you relax and unwind so you can spend a special time with your partner.
Everyone has different favorites when it comes to essential oil blends. Some people love the smell of roses and others prefer ylang-ylang.
If you know that you dislike one of the ones that I mention, then leave it out. It’s not going to put you in the mood if you don’t like the smell.
You may want to check out these spring essential oil blends next.
Which essential oil is best for romance?
There are a number of oils that are typically seen as romantic essential oils. You can try them alone or create one of the blends I mention further on. This oil blend is one of my favorites if you want one that is all ready to go.
- Rose (romance)
- Ylang ylang (aphrodisiac)
- Sandalwood (uplifting)
- Patchouli (aphrodisiac)
- Clary sage (creativity)
- Geranium (uplifting)
- Orange (calming)
- Cedarwood (aphrodisiac for men)
- Cinnamon (energizing)
- Cardamom (warmth and calming)
- Jasmine (romantic)
How do I use romantic essential oils?
All you need to do is to fill your diffuser with water following the instructions included with it. Then, add a few drops of essential oils.
How many drops you use will really depend on the size of your diffuser. You can mix two or three oils together if you like. Or, you can use one. Just experiment until you find the mixture you like best.
Love essential oil blend recipe
This is by far one of my favorite essential oils for the bedroom.
- 3 drops Bergamot
- 2 drops Patchouli
- 3 drops Ylang Ylang
Uplifting romantic essential oils blend
After a long, difficult day, this diffuser blend is comforting and uplifting.
- 2 drops Orange
- 1 drop Cedarwood
- 1 drop Sandalwood
- 2 drop Ylang Ylang
Essential oils for romantic massage
Massage can be very romantic. And, it’s also a wonderful way to relax at the end of the day. Why not give your partner a massage with this blend of romantic essential oils? You may want to try this massage oil candle.
- 3 drops Geranium
- 2 drops Patchouli
- 1 drop Cinnamon
- 1 drop Rose
Tropical romance essential oils
What’s a more exotic feeling than a tropical vacation? You may not be able to escape to a tropical island right now, but these oils should help put you in the right frame of mind.
- 3 drops Orange
- 2 drops Sandalwood
- 1 drop Cinnamon
- 1 drop Jasmine
How to use romantic essential oils
One of the easiest ways to use these oils is to add them to your diffuser in your bedroom. Or, you can create a linen spray and sprits the bedsheets. Try to avoid the pillows so it isn’t too strong close to your face.
Of course, you can also make a massage oil by adding these to your favorite massage oil. You can start with this massage oil recipe and just adjust the oils to whichever ones you think you will like the best.
Make an essential oil bath
You can also add a few drops of essential oil to your favorite carrier oil and add it to your bathwater. I love using jojoba but you can also use almond oil or even sunflower oil.
Why not light your favorite candle and put on some romantic music while you take a long hot, relaxing bath with your favorite oils.
Can I make these blends ahead of time?
Oils will lose their strength when exposed to air and light. So, I would not make this ahead of time. Just add the drops directly to your diffuser or your carrier oil right before you plan on using them.
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