“What are the best scent diffuser?” or “What do you recommend about the best essential oil diffusers?” Now it’s a common questions we get year round. The fact is, we search a diffuser in our life for many purposes. Some want to give a warming gift to their friend, some refresh themselves with fragrance at the end of their day, or some use it in a restaurant with business purposes and many more.
I Can’t Stop Buying Oil Diffusers As Housewarming Gifts
Not to brag, but I moved into my first solo NYC apartment this spring. It was about time; I’ve grown too set in my ways to accept the criticism of a roommate who might not “like” the framed Icelandic Doritos bag I’ve hung above the sink in the kitchen.
To celebrate, my mom sent me her new “favorite thing,” which turned out to be a doTerra “Petal Diffuser” — a mister meets incense burner, or a way to “permeate an ultra-fine, yet substantial mist output into the air, releasing the aromatic and therapeutic benefits of … essential oils,” writes the doTerra website.
I dismissed it as a trend at first, essential oils felt like another useless multilevel marketing-scheme fad, but after I started burning the midnight oil (and the midafternoon oil and the occasional midmorning oil), I realized that this diffuser was the perfect lazy person’s solution to making your home smell like a spa. (It’s also part humidifier, too.) I can’t get enough.
Now, I buy an oil diffuser every time a friend moves into a new place. I’ve realized it’s the perfect gift — the look is simple, and often easy to hide — something you can buy even the pickiest of people whose tastes run the gamut.
An oil diffuser is something they’d never ever buy for themselves, but feels like a little luxury. (When it comes to oils, if you’re looking for a good set, I like this starter pack.) They can mix and match the oils for an ideal scent, filling their new place with frankincense-lavender or, my preference, orange-peppermint. Below, my favorite oil diffusers that make the best housewarming presents (and hostess gifts). See Full Article…
To find more about best essential oils, check out the article of Yoga Journal-
The Best Essential Oil Products for Every Occasion
Discover the best diffusers and essential oils for home, travel, and your beauty routine.
To get the most out of your essential oils, look for the “USDA organic” seal and name of the certifying body (like Oregon Tilth or ECOCERT) on the label.
This typically helps ensure you’re buying essential oils that meet industry standards of authenticity and that haven’t been diluted, adulterated, or contaminated with syn- thetic compounds, including pesticides. Read More
Take a tour with this video that helps you to choose the best scent diffuser you need- “10 Best Oil Diffusers 2018”
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