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Sun, 30 Jun


Sumiyoshi, 1-23-5 Sarue, Koto, Tokyo

Essential oil craft! JUNE 30th - Bug Repellent & Room Spray!

Stop those pesky bugs + craft your own special room spray fragrance, with essential guidance on how to blend and balance essential oils!

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Essential oil craft! JUNE 30th  - Bug Repellent & Room Spray!
Essential oil craft! JUNE 30th  - Bug Repellent & Room Spray!

Time & Location

30 Jun 2024, 10:30 – 11:30

Sumiyoshi, 1-23-5 Sarue, Koto, Tokyo , Japan, 〒135-0003 Tokyo, Koto City, Sarue, 1-chōme−23−5 第一ユーエスビル


About the Event








ル会社であるJames Oils UKが主催しています!









Here's a quick breakdown of the event:

1, Insect repellent. (30ml) Get to know key insect repellent essential oils, their uses and history. Then, you will be carefully led through the mixing for a natural insect repellent using essential oils and another few non-chemical key ingredients.

2. Your personal blend. (30ml) Blend your very own room spray, using a wide range of available pure essential oils and some other carefully selected ingredients.

Everything needed for the craft will be supplied. Including the spray bottles which you can take home with you at the end of the event and start using strait away! (2x30ml Natural essential oil sprays)

There will be a wide selection of pure 100% essential oils available for everyone to use including favorites like Lavender, Geranium, Eucalyptus, Peppermint, Orange sweet, Tea tree, Rosemary, Citronella and more!

The Joining fee for this event is 2500 yen per person.

1-23-5 Sarue, Koto-ku, Tokyo



Why make your own bug spray?

“N,N-diethyl-meta-toluamide (DEET) is the usual go-to for commercial bug spray. It’s incredibly controversial, and for good reason. Dr. Abou Donia, a Duke University pharmacologist, found that “rats treated with an average human dose of DEET (40 mg/kg body weight) performed far worse than control rats when challenged with physical tasks requiring muscle control, strength and coordination.”

In the same study, Dr. Abou Donia found that DEET caused “neurons to die in regions of the brain that control muscle movement, learning, memory and concentration.” The pharmacologist says that children are at a higher risk for brain changes after DEET exposure because their skin absorbs it more readily.

It’s also interesting to note that as of 2018 the EPA has yet to complete an endocrine disruptor screening on DEET, so that data is still unknown.

# There will be COVID-19 precautions in place, including hand sanitiser.

Please wear a mask at the event and those with a persistent cough or fever please refrain from attending the event.

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