I love summer and warmer weather, but there is something about sweater weather that just makes me feel cozy inside. Along with getting to wear all my sweatshirts, I also love the fall festivals, all the yummy fresh apples, the warm spicy aromas, and the start of football season. Anybody sharing my love of Fall? If not, you will once you smell these 5 fall diffuser blends!
This is the time of year when people start lighting candles or warming up their wax warmers to fill their home with pumpkin, apple cinnamon, or fall spice. I know because I used to be one of them. That was until I found out about all the chemicals that were filling my home every time I used one of those products. Now, I reach for my diffusers year-round, and the smell from candles and wax warmers tends to give me an instant headache. It’s crazy what our bodies tell us if we just listen.
To help fill my home with the scents I love, I now rely on mixing up easy diffuser blends. This is such a great way to help your home smell amazing while also giving everyone benefits from the many different compounds in the essential oils. Win-win! It is hard to pick favorites, but I picked out 5 fall diffuser blends that I think you will love.
Let’s welcome fall with a nice warm cozy diffuser blend.
I don’t know about you, but I love me some good apple pie. If you are not in the mood to bake but still want the house to smell amazing with a warm apple pie smell, then this diffuser blend is your go-to.
Are you ready to go out for a morning walk or just cozy up on the couch? Either way, grab that comfy sweater and fill the house with this amazing diffuser blend.
I am not a coffee drinker or a pumpkin person but I do love me some pumpkin spice diffuser blend. Where are my pumpkin spice friends?
I saved the football one for last since I am not sure how many people share the love of football like I do. College football fan here…Go Buckeyes! O-H-
I hope you enjoyed these fall diffuser blends, and be sure to save them on Pinterest for years to come. If you are looking for some more diffuser blends, be sure to check out the links below.