Essential oil diffusers are a perfect way to experience the aromatherapy benefits of essential oils. You can diffuse oils at home or on the go in your car. Here at Sha Faun Enterprises, we want to help you keep your essential oil diffusers working at their best. We have so many fantastic Young Living essential oils that you can in your diffuser. We want you to know how to clean your diffuser between uses and how to deep clean your oil diffusers to maintain them for a long time.
Sha Faun Tips for Cleaning an Essential Oil Diffuser:
Essential oils are for lack of a better word, oils. Oil build up in your diffuser can create problems for you and your diffuser. Wiping out your diffuser between uses and doing a deep cleaning of your diffuser once or twice a month can keep your diffuser happy and keep your aromatherapy blends clean.
Oily build up can mix your scents, making it challenging to diffuse your relaxing lavender when the smell of clove keeps creeping in from the residue left over from the last time you diffused your holiday blend.
Essential oil residue and buildup can wear down the components of your oil diffuser and reduce its life. When you invest in your health through aromatherapy, Sha Faun Enterprises wants to teach you how to keep your investment working.
These simple tips will keep your blends pure and your diffuser performing at its peak.
How to Clean your Oil Diffuser between Uses:
At the very least, you should be wiping out your diffuser every time you change oils.
If you're anything like us at Sha-Faun Enterprises, your oil diffuser puts in many hours of work. Deep cleaning once or twice a month will help keep your diffuser in good condition.
How to Deep Clean an Oil Diffuser:
Keeping your diffusers clean will keep you and your family immersed in the aromatherapy benefits of Young Living essential oils. Follow these Sha Faun tips for keeping your essential oil diffuser clean and happy.
For more ways that Sha Faun Enterprises can keep you and your family living well, start your Young Living essential oil journey today!
Citronella oil is steam distilled from the leafy parts of the citronella plant, also known as Cymbopogon nardus. Thanks to its fresh, welcoming aroma, Citronella essential oil is a common element in perfumes and cosmetic products and is well known for its use in outdoor candles, sprays, lotions, and other camping and outdoor essentials.
As a relative of Lemongrass, Citronella has a slight citrus scent that provides a pleasant and inviting experience whenever it’s used. Its versatility makes it a great household product to add to your beauty routine or to refresh indoor and outdoor spaces.
Citronella Essential Oil Uses
Peace & Calming® essential oil is a gentle, sweet blend of Ylang Ylang, Orange, Tangerine, Patchouli, and Blue Tansy. This fragrant oil is a wonderful addition to your meditation, evening routine, or playtime with the kids. With a comforting, fresh aroma, Peace & Calming oil creates a relaxing environment that’s especially great for homes with children. You’ll love that you can use this oil for your children’s bedtime and then for yourself for a moment of quiet after the house has settled down.
Peace & Calming Essential Oil Uses
A native shrub that grows wild along the southern coasts of Australia and Tasmania, kunzea was used for centuries by native cultures. The kunzea plant, with its bulbous tops and whimsical blossoms, is commonly referred to as “White cloud.”The extracted Kunzea essential oil has comparable properties and uses to Tea Tree oil but offers a more pleasant aroma and milder sensation when applied topically. It contains a high level of alpha-pinene and eucalyptol, so it works to help soothe fatigued muscles and reduce the appearance of blemishes. When diffused, it helps create a relaxing atmosphere and creates a refreshing respiratory experience.
Kunzea Essential Oil Uses:
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