Spring is in the air!
The temperature is still a bit chilly where we live, but I can smell the fresh, crisp air turning from winter into springtime. Warmer weather and blossoming buds are right around the corner — I can just feel it!
To add to my spring fever, I’ve been diffusing some of the most beautifully-scented springtime essential oil blends in our diffusers. They uplift my mood and smell so freshly of spring!
I prefer to diffuse essential oils rather than burning synthetic fragrances in candles or using air fresheners. If you do, too, and would like to make your home smell just like spring, then you’ll love this list of springtime essential oil blends I’ve put together for you!
ESSENTIAL OIL DIFFUSERS
I definitely love my essential oil diffusers and love to have several in different areas of my home!
MY FAVORITE ESSENTIAL OIL BRANDS
I talk a lot about my favorite essential oil brands in this post, but just to recap here, my number one favorite essential oil brand is Plant Therapy. I also really love Eden’s Garden, Rocky Mountain Oils, Aura Cacia, and Mountain Rose Herbs. I trust the quality of these brands, and I appreciate that they all advocate for safe essential oil use (especially with kids).
MY TOP 12 SPRINGTIME ESSENTIAL OIL BLENDS
So here are my top 12 springtime essential oil blends for your diffuser! I hope they bring a little happiness and springtime into your home as they’ve done for mine! Enjoy!
1. Spring Day
2. April Showers
3. May Flowers
4. Fresh Air
5. Spring Blossoms
6. Morning Sunshine
7. Clean Laundry
8. Spring Cleaning
9. Easter Morning
10. Jelly Beans
- 2 drops of Juniper Berry
- 2 drops of Pink Grapefruit
- 2 drops of Lemon
- 1 drop of Sweet Orange
- 1 drop of Cardamom
11. Garden Zest
12. Fresh Meadows
I hope you enjoyed my list of springtime essential oil blends!
If you try any of them, leave a comment below and let me know what you thought! Or tell me about a favorite blend you’ve been diffusing! I’d love to hear all about it!
☞ Safety Reminder: Not all essential oils are safe for all ages. Some essential oils are not considered safe for children under 2 years of age, and some oils (such as eucalyptus) should not be diffused near or applied on children under 6 years old. Click here for more information. Never apply essential oils directly onto skin unless they are properly diluted in a carrier oil and patch tested on a small, inconspicuous area of the skin before use. Essential oils should never be ingested without the direction and supervision of a certified clinical aromatherapist. Fantastic information regarding safe essential oil use can be found here and here. I am not a physician or other licensed medical professional and no part of this post or this blog should be taken as medical advice. Consult a certified clinical aromatherapist for any questions regarding essential oils.