Whether you’re walking in a winter wonderland or basking in the warm sunshine this time of year, this collection of winter wonderland diffuser blends will help you create a cozy home this season! Winter is a time to slow down, to rest, to find peace with those around us. The days are shorter, the nights are longer, it’s a time of cooler temps outside and warm fireplaces inside. No matter where this winter finds you, I hope your surrounded by joy and beauty and love.
These blends feature tree oils, mint, and citrus, plus the warm scents of spice oils like Vanilla and Cinnamon Bark. Tree oils are emotionally calming and wonderful for grounding our hearts and minds during this season of slowness. Tree oils are also wonderful for the immune system, which is perfect during a time of gathering with loved ones! Citrus oils are happy and uplifting, adding a brightness to these blends that is welcoming and comforting. Peppermint is crisp and clear like freshly fallen snow and cool winter air and pairs perfectly with tree oils and citrus. The blends often finish with a hint of warmth from Vanilla, Clove or Cinnamon Bark or with a sweetness from uplifting floral oils like Joy and Ylang ylang.
Our diffusers are running 24/7 in our homes, supporting our immune systems, respiratory systems, emotions, cleansing the air and making things smell happy and inviting all at the same time. Join us this month as we diffuse these favorite blends for love and connection!
You can also easily create roller recipes and sprays with these Winter Wonderland Diffuser blends!
- To make a 10mL roller from any recipe: triple the number of drops to make a total of 35-45 total drops, add a carrier of choice (I love V-6 Vegetable Complex) and you’re good to go!
- To make a 2oz spray from any recipe: double the number of drops to a total of about 25 drops, add a splash of witch hazel and fill with filtered water. Spray on upholstered surfaces, bedding, rugs, anywhere you want to freshen!
Winter Wonderland Diffuser Blends
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