Type Of Oils
Lavender is easily recognizable by its perfectly balanced, floral-herbaceous aroma. When diffused, the effects are calming, relaxing, refreshing, toning and cleansing. Adding a few drops of Lavender to a diffuser would be a great way to ease muscle tension in the head and back after a stressful day or a restless night of sleep.
Diffusing with Orange essential oil can cleanse and purify any space. We are constantly exposed to germs and diseases in our workplaces and in our homes. Adding Orange essential oil to your air diffuser provides immune-enhancing benefits.
Similar to Orange, Grapefruit essential oil also provides powerful cleansing and purifying benefits. Diffusing with Grapefruit can reduce mental and physical fatigue. It’s clean and fruity aroma can awaken your senses and provide you with a much needed boost of energy in the afternoon.
Patchouli essential oil bridges the gap between the floral and herbaceous oils. It’s rich, musky-sweet and earthy aroma is perfectly balanced, and can provide relief for dry skin when diffused. You can also experience grounding and balancing of emotions when diffusing with Patchouli, which is great after a chaotic day. Tea Tree Oil: Diffuse with Tea Tree essential oil to cleanse your body and/or your living space. The clean, spicy-medicinal aroma you’ll experience when diffusing with this oil is unmistakable, and is a great alternative to harsh, chemically-based purifiers.
Rosemary essential oil provides a fresh, herbaceous scent that soothes aches and pains when diffused. It also promotes digestive health. When suffering from indigestion, stomach cramps, or constipation, add a few drops of Rosemary essential oil to your diffuser and experience soothing relief.
Similar to Peppermint, Eucalyptus essential oil is a great choice if you’re suffering from sinus or nasal congestion. When diffused, its fresh and penetrating scent lends itself to easier breathing and a clearer head. Eucalyptus also soothes tired and sore muscles, so adding it to your diffuser after an intense work out could help speed up the recovery process. Peppermint Oil: If you’re suffering from nasal congestion, adding Peppermint to an air diffuser can offer immediate relief and clearer breathing. The fresh scent that emits has a cooling quality, followed by warmth and comfort that you crave when you’re a little under the weather.
Jasmine essential oil is a strong yet sweet floral aroma. When added to a diffuser, the romantic scent is essential for moods with uplifting and pleasing.
Chamomile essential oil is calming and soothing. It's known to help muscular pain and inflammation to joints when used in massage. When used in a diffuser, its purifying and soothing scent adds relaxation and ease to your busy day.
When you diffuse with Bergamot essential oil, you will notice that it’s fresh and fruity aroma is both calming and soothing. Inhaling Bergamot can be both uplifting and normalizing in times of high stress or anxiety.
When diffusing with Cinnamon essential oil, you will immediately identify an earthy, spicy aroma. It is widely known as a cooking spice, but when added to an air diffuser, its scent benefits refreshing, awakening, uplifting and normalizing.
Frankincense essential oil has been used in perfumes and incense for thousands of years. When diffused, you’ll experience its sweet, balsamic aroma almost instantly. Diffusing with
Frankincense can help to quiet your mind, and allow you to reach a deep, meditative state. Ylang Ylang Oil: Ylang Ylang essential oil is a great choice when you need to relax your mind and calm your fears. It produces an exotic, intensely floral scent that, when inhaled can lift your mood. Add Ylang Ylang to your air diffuser and the rich, intoxicating scent is sure to overpower any undesirable odors in your space.
When diffusing with Lemongrass essential oil, you’ll experience a more subtle lemony aroma and a wide array of therapeutic benefits. Add Lemongrass to your diffuser and experience the soothing and calming effects.