Halloween Diffuser Blends
I am all about holidays, and I have a particular love of all things fall and Christmas. I also have an obsession with essential oils and love to come up with / find scents that express those seasonal vibes. If you are on a budget, you might be surprised that you can get a lot more bang for your buck by using oils instead of the plug ins and candles! Plus they are more versatile because you add them to your laundry for an extra seasonal scent boost, homemade cleaning products and make room and linen sprays (included one below)! If you are just starting out, you do not need to buy ALL of the oils. Below I am posting my personal MUST HAVE oils for the fall. They are pretty affordable ones and can be used through the holiday season ( and beyond of course! ) …
MUST HAVE FALL ESSENTIAL OILS
Pumpkin Pie (blend from Revive)
Northern Lights Black Spruce
I do want to mention that I am not just using Young Living oils anymore. They were seriously my go - to oils for over 10 years!!! I still love them so much, but I had decided to quit their Essential Rewards program for a little while as we are trying to keep a tighter budget. Luckily, I happen to find another brand around this same time that lived up to my high EO standards (they also have some oils like vanilla and coffee, something YL does not have!)! You can read more about Revive on their website. Since I diffuse A LOT in my home, I felt it was better to off - set the cost of some of the more expensive oils from YL with Revive (and add in some of their own!). I honestly have not experienced any difference in quality at all! I think they are just as good. But since I am honest and try to be transparent in life and on my blog, I will mention that I still will only use my YL for most of my topical use. That is not to say anything negative about Revive, it is just that I am THAT picky about my oils! Anyways, I will get into all of this at another tisme. Either way, I recommend BOTH of these brands to get all of your fall vibes on!
Okay enough gabbing, on to the diffuser blends ...