What's better than the crisp autumn air and smells of the season's changing? How about creating that inviting aroma in the comfort of your own home? That sounds like a winner to me, especially when my changing season is from super hot to mildly hot in South Florida! Here's a list of the top 5 best oils to create a Fall Diffuser Blend.
This is a bit of a cheat oil because it's a blend of several oils already, but it really smells like Autumn bottled up. Combining Clove, Lemon, Cinnamon, Rosemary, and Eucalyptus Radiata, Thieves not only will make your house smell like a spiced tea room but will also help to support your immune system when you may need a bit of a boost.
This oil has a delicate yet spicy aroma. It is oftentimes featured in Indian dishes and has a uniquely sweet and gingery smell. I love pairing this with a citrus oil in my diffuser or adding to dishes like curries or chai lattes.
Another underutilized oil in my collection until recently was clove. I had used this oil in dental care products but never diffused. Pairing this with Cedarwood and Orange lends itself to a very warm and grounding smell. This is what I imagine old libraries or bookstores would smell like with dimly lit lighting- very cozy!
You may have heard the rumors about using Nutmeg essential oil to spice things up in the bedroom (after all, we did include this in our 'For Him- In The Mood' Rollers in February) but this oil is also great if you're looking for a fall baking diffuser blend. Pair this with some complimentary spices (cardamom, clove, thieves) and your home will light up like you've been bubbling mulled wine all afternoon.
It may take hours for you to get the drops out of the bottle (or just replace the fitment with one of our dropper tops!!) but once you do, add this to your diffuser for a gorgeous smoky scented treat. I love the masculine smell of vetiver paired with a conifer (tree) oil like Northern Lights Black Spruce or Pine; Tangerine is an all time favorite as well with this molasses-like oil.
Try some of our favorite fall diffuser blends and let us know what your favorite is!