my 10 favorite oil diffuser blends for the winter season
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Winter is nearly here. We’ve decked our halls and while it’s still *technically* fall until December 21, my nose is ready for the smells of Christmas. Last season I shared my favorite Fall Essential Oil Blends, and now I’m bringing you my favorite winter combos!
Side note: I included several of my favorite diffusers in our Gift Guides, so if you don’t have one, scoot over to those posts to grab one!
This time of year is all about those fresh, wintery, crisp scents – peppermint, balsam fir, orange, and cinnamon. I have these “recipes” printed out and taped to the back of my cabinet door where I store all of my essential oils and mix up the scents daily. It’s part of my morning routine after my coffee to walk through the house and set our home up to smell nice all day. The Christmas Perfection blend is in near constant rotation; it's my all time favorite.
Or you can download a printable PDF below!
This is a great gift for a new mom or mom to be, a homebody, or maybe you know someone who isn't a candle person?! I highly recommend getting a diffuser and an essential oil starter pack for pretty much anyone in your life. Maybe even print out the pdf above to include in the gift. It's elegant, thoughtful, and fun gift that keeps on giving!
Looking for more winter inspiration? Check out these posts:
A Glam Winter Wonderland (on a budget!)
Our article in the Dallas Morning News with tips to deck your halls
Essential Oil Gift Guide: 1. Pink Diffuser
3. Oil Starter Kit with most of the oils listed above 4. Bergamot 5. Balsam Fir 6. Cedarwood 7. Cinnamon Bark 8. Eucalyptus 9. Lavender 10. Lemon 11. Thieves (get Frankincense to save a few bucks)
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