Essential Oil Gift Guide

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Essential Oil Gift Guide

If you love essential oils then you already know how much fun all the stuff that goes along with it is! Below are some ideas if you already use and love essential oils or if you want to find that perfect gift for a loved one and you know nothing about essential oils!

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Essential Oil Gifts for the Home

Car Diffuser – I’ve used this one in my car for the past 2 years and I absolutely love it! I keep a bottle of water in my car and drop in about 3 drops of essential oil and it works better than any clip-on diffuser. In fact, when I travel, I take this diffuser inside hotel rooms with me. It fills up a whole room.

Essential Oil Carrying case – I use this exact carrying case each time I travel. It holds 16 oils which is perfect for just about any trip. Plus it’s small enough I can place it in the bottom of my purse and not worry about repacking it in my suitcase. And yes, you can easily go through security just like this – the amount in the oil bottles is in ML, not OZ. I’ve gone through at least 10 major airports with no issues.

And you’ll notice I’m able to place different size bottles in the case – 5 ML, 10 ML, 15 ML. It zips up just fine.

essential oil holder

Essential Oil Diffuser Necklace – these are fun to wear. They work best when you use an oil that has a low base note so it will last longer. This is especially true if you put a few drops on the pad in the morning and leave for the day, it may wear off, but if you add Patchouli or Frankincense or Valor, the scent will stay with you.

Essential Oil Shelf Holder – I think this is actually a nail polish holder but all my essential oil bottles fit on this perfectly and it looks adorable.

essential oil shelf

Stainless Steel Cup – since you can’t drink oils in plastic, you need a good quality stainless steel cup. This RTIC cup and the different colored handles are great. So much so, that I bought extras for my kids so they could monitor how much water they were drinking. Everyone chose their own color cup and handle.

Wool Dryer Balls – I’ve mentioned these many times as they are a very cost-effective way to get the toxic dryer sheets out of your home. One set of wool dryer balls will last years and years. Simply put a few drops of essential oil on the balls every few loads of laundry and your house will smell amazing plus your laundry will be dried.

Essential Oil Books Must-Haves

Essential Oils Pocket Reference Guide – This is kind of known as the Bible of Essential Oils. You can find out multiple uses for all your oils here. Any kind of ailment you can think of is listed here with the corresponding oil to use.

Hydrosols: The Next Aromatherapy – Once you’ve dabbled in essential oils for a while, you’ll start to be interested in hydrosols. They are so much fun to work with. This book isn’t for the faint of heart!

Healing Oils of the Bible – One of the great things about essential oils is how long they have been around. The roots of them go back to the ancient days of the Bible. There is a kit of oils from Young Living that is just from the Bible. Using that kit in conjunction with this book makes for a very scared study of both the oils and the Bible.

Gentle Babies by Deborah Rayburn – If you have young children or babies, then knowing what oils you can use and at what dilution is always confusing. This book guides you though those questions.

Essential Oil Homemade Gifts

Bath Bombs – making your own bath bombs is fun and easy once you have a go-to recipe.

diy bath bombs gifts

Bath Salts – You can make bath salts with lavender buds and pretty mason jars or simply throw together some Epsom salts and a few drops of your favorite essential oil.

mason jar bath salt gift

Essential Oil Supplies – Any EO Lover would Love to have!

Nasal Inhaler – These are handy if you are wanting to make your own scents to inhale. I do this for an allergy blend and it works very well.

Multicolored Glass Roller Bottles – These roller bottles are 10 ML with different colored tops. You can make your own blends for yourself or to give as gifts. They are reasonably priced and the different colored lids help you keep track of them.

Amber Glass Sample Vials-5ml – These glass vials are the perfect size for giving samples for others or for creating your blend to put in your diffuser. Then you have the blend nearby and you are able to drop it into the diffuser. For bedtime diffuser ideas, check these out.

Foaming Soap Dispensers, 4 pack 8.5 Oz – Using Castille soap and essential oils you can make your hand soap for nickels. Plus it’s all natural. The key is using a foaming soap dispenser or else it won’t be like the store. These work great, and you’ll want one by every sink.

Essential Oil Gift Guide