Our Top 3 Must-Have Essential Oil Aromatherapy Accessories

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Our Top 3 Must-Have Essential Oil Aromatherapy Accessories

Our Top 3 Must-Have Essential Oil Aromatherapy AccessoriesThere’s tons of great ways to incorporate essential oils into your life (check out THIS blog!), but some ways are simply more practical for everyday use than others.

Diffusing machines are great, but you can’t exactly enjoy the uplifting effects of Spearmint or the calming properties of Vetiver when your out and about working, socializing, running errands…basically doing anything that has you moving around and away from an electrical outlet. So, with your convenience in mind, here are a few must-have accessories for when you’ve got things to do and places to be. This way, you can easily experience the therapeutic benefits of your favorite essential oils whenever – and wherever – you actually need them!

1. Aromatherapy/Essential Oil Inhalers

Our Top 3 Must-Have Essential Oil Aromatherapy Accessories

First, aromatherapy inhalers. These convenient must-haves make wonderful travel buddies! They are small enough to carry around in a purse, briefcase, roomy pocket, or car console – just to name a few. Plant Therapy offers a 3-pack of sleek, lightweight, and colorful inhalers that you can customize to support all kinds of concerns, like feelings of nervousness or fatigue, a queasy stomach, troubles focusing, etc. Or, you can use it just to keep your favorite scents close by – like the striking smell of a Rose flower or the rich, earthy aroma of Patchouli. Inhalers are also a great way to introduce family and friends to essential oils since they’re so functional and portable.

Check out these blog for some great inhaler recipes:


2. Essential oil roll-on bottlesOur Top 3 Must-Have Essential Oil Aromatherapy Accessories

Like aromatherapy inhalers, essential oil roll-on bottles are a must-have accessory if you’re looking for an effortless way to use your oils any time you need to. Taking just minutes -or less- to dilute your chosen oil(s) in a carrier oil, you can now safely and easily apply it topically! Create a blend of oils or use a single oil to tackle something specific, physically or emotionally; make a premade roll-on to keep your hands silky soft, relieve some kind of body discomfort, energize you before a workout, keep you focused during work – you name it!

Since you never want to put undiluted essential oils directly onto your skin, using a carrier oil is a vital ingredient when crafting your roll-on. Fractionated Coconut Oil is a common and popular choice, but since Plant Therapy offers more than 20 different carrier oils, feel free to get creative, experiment with different carriers, and make a roll-on blend to fit your needs that is uniquely yours!

3. Plant Therapy’s Dilution Chart Magnet

Our Top 3 Must-Have Essential Oil Aromatherapy AccessoriesOne more must-have essential oil accessory: Plant Therapy’s Dilution Chart Magnet. This easy-to-understand chart will make sure that you are correctly diluting your oils. You can be sure your blends are absolutely safe to use because the dilution percentages and guidelines are approved by Plant Therapy’s Certified Aromatherapists and Robert Tisserand, an expert in essential oil safety. Give it a home on your refrigerator for a quick reference when you’re blending.

Do you have a favorite essential oil accessory? Let us know in the comments below!

4 thoughts on “Our Top 3 Must-Have Essential Oil Aromatherapy Accessories”

  1. I absolutely adore my aromatherapy inhalers! They are the perfect size to take with me and I use them often! I also agree that the solution chart is super handy and a must have item! I have not yet ordered the empty roll-on bottles, but I do have some pre-made ones and they are very nice for ease of use!

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