Essential oils have been all the rage over the last decade and seem to be growing in popularity and use. I bet that you know more then one person that loves essential oils. You may even need to buy a gift or two related to essential oils. I know that each person has their own preference as to what company their oils are bought from so why not find a nice accessory for the essential oil user on your gift list?
Essential Oil Storage Ideas
I am creating this list from personal desire and some experience with similar products. We have been using essential oils for a handful of years with great success and love using Edens Garden as the main source for our oils. I have gotten quite the collection of bottles so I know that a storage tray or essential oils wooden box would be a nice gift. If the person on your list likes to take their oils with them them a hard shell carrying case or mini carrying case that could easily slip into a purse or backpack.
Essential Oil Jewelry
Some really neat ways to diffuse oils have come out in the last few years and they are not ugly and clunky anymore! The prettiest ways to diffuse oils in my opinion are jewelry or an aromatherapy keychain that could be added to a child’s backpack. I do not wear a lot of jewelry but am still loving the beautiful designs that I have seen on Amazon for diffuser rings, diffuser bracelets, and diffuser necklaces. You can even buy necklace refill pads in a nice selection of colors.
Essential Oil Diffusers
Most essential oil users such as us like to be able to diffuse oils anywhere in the house and it’s a hassle to drag your diffuser from room to room! I suggest getting a diffuser for each bedroom and office area as a start. We own a couple of brands that offer a nightlight and one that offers relaxing music. Another type of diffuser that we have not tried yet is a reed diffuser. I am not sure if we would like this or if it would just be a mess with four children and two dogs running around!
Essential Oil Tools
One tiny item that I am super glad I came across was an essential oil opener or essential oil key tool. I had the hardest time opening up the bottles of oils to use a pipette to grab the drops I needed to fill our roller bottles. Now it’s super easy with my essential oil opener! When diluting essential oils many prefer to use fractionated coconut oil but I just use extra virgin olive oil or almond oil if I happen to have some.
Essential Oil Diffusers for the Car
With cold and flu season upon us I like to be able to diffuse essential oils in the car! Yes, that’s right. I love being able to help clear a stuffy nose by using a few drops of oil on either a plugin oil diffuser or a car vent clip diffuser. I just found this really cool Mini Portable Personal Diffuser with Fast Charger for your phone! I love items that do double or triple duty! This super cool device even has a safety hammer at the end to help break your car window in case of an accident.
Essential Oils for Kids
We were provided with a set of essential oils from Edens Garden to try called OK For Kids 6 Set. This set of EO’s is specially formulated for children over 2 years of age. The six blends include: Bee Happy, Healthy Hero, Rise & Shine, Sleepy Head, Sniffles & Sneezes, and Study Buddy.
Special Savings with Edens Garden
Edens Garden offers a special program for it’s customers called Aroma Notes Program for customers who are 18 years and over. Customers are automatically enrolled into the Aroma Notes Program upon creating an Edens Garden customer account. No purchase is necessary to enroll in the Aroma Notes program. You can even earn points for inviting your friends!
So what are you waiting for? Go create an Aroma Notes Program account today! See how easy that was I just invited you!
Make sure to follow Edens Garden on social media
The prices have come down on these items to be quite reasonable as well which is why I have added some of them to my Amazon wishlist!
Who are you buying essential oil accessories for this year? I would love to hear what you are buying and if you own any of these items already.
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