It always happens. I’m at an event and someone comes up and asks “Can I use your Scented Oils in my room diffuser?” The short answer is no. My scented oils are meant to be used as perfume. The reason why is the carrier oil that is used in them.
An essential oil diffuser is a device used to fill the air with essential oil. It will break down the essential oil into tiny particles and disperse them into the air. Many essential oils have benefits when inhaled (lavender is said to be calming and to help sleep, peppermint is invigorating and is meant to help you focus). Some people also use them to give the room a pleasant aroma. They can be a great way to infuse scent into your home without lighting a candle.
For most all diffusers, you need to use a pure essential oil. The Scented Oils are cut with a carrier oil (jojoba oil) so they can safely be applied to your skin. Carrier oils are meant to be applied topically, not diffused. The jojoba oil in the blend can harm the diffusing machinery. And I don’t want my Scented Oils to ruin anyone’s property.
Scented Oils and Natural Lotion
I made the Scented Oils to pair with my unscented Natural Lotion. Once you apply the lotion, you can use the scented oil to create a long lasting scent by applying it over the lotion. You can change your scents along with your mood.
Another way to bring scent into your home is to use Alegna Ambience. This is a natural home spray I created because my customers wanted their homes to smell like mine. Since my studio is in my home, my house always smells great.
Do you use a diffuser in your home? How do you keep your home spelling great?
Yours in Gratitude,