KidSafe Allergies: Which KidSafe Blend Should I Choose?

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KidSafe Allergies: Which KidSafe Blend Should I Choose?

Springtime allergies can wreak havoc on our daily lives. And many of our poor kiddos have to suffer along with the rest of us. Thankfully, we have some amazing products to help with the sniffles, head tension, and congestion, while also helping to keep their immune system strong for a quicker recovery!

Let’s take a look at some of our best KidSafe blends to tackle allergy symptoms and get back to enjoying all the beauty spring has to bring us.

KidSafe Allergies: Which KidSafe Blend Should I Choose?

Immune Boom

One of our most popular KidSafe blends, Immune Boom is designed specifically to bolster the immune system while being safe to diffuse around children. Plus, it’s just as effective as our Immune Aid, which includes essential oils that are not KidSafe.

When allergies strike, diffuse for 30 minutes on and 60 minutes off throughout the day, or dilute to 2-4% with your favorite carrier oil or lotion to apply topically. It’s also available in a pre-diluted roll-on for easy application!

KidSafe Allergies: Which KidSafe Blend Should I Choose?


Help support your entire family against the threat of seasonal illnesses with the immune-boosting power of Defender. Its bright and fruity fragrance will freshen up your home and encourage a clean and welcoming environment. Plus, this dynamic combination of essential oils is a great way to support a healthy immune system and uplift your spirits with its pleasantly sweet aroma.

Sneezy Stop

Sneezy Stop is perfect for little hands and noses, and it’s really easy to make DIY Sneezy Stop tissues for dealing with cold season!

Try using this blend in your diffuser for about 60 minutes to help provide the whole house with not only a pleasant scent but also help with seasonal allergy symptoms!

KidSafe Allergies: Which KidSafe Blend Should I Choose?

Sniffle Stopper

For many of us, allergies symptoms include those dreaded sniffles. Thankfully, Sniffle Stopper is ready to help keep your child’s head and respiratory tract clear! Diffuse a few drops of Sniffle Stopper to help your little one breathe easier. You can also dilute to 3-5% in your favorite carrier oil and apply to their chest and under their nose.

Want another quick and easy way to get the most out of Sniffle Stopper? It’s so simple! Just get a box of tissues and gently open the flaps on each side of the box. Then, add a couple of drops of Sniffle Stopper on each side, then glue the sides back down. Now you have lightly-scented tissues to help promote a greater sense of well-being every time a nose gets blown!

Want to learn even more? Check out these blogs!

If you’re looking for even more awesome DIY ideas with your oils or have questions about how to use essential oils for allergy and cold symptom relief, be sure to join our Safe Essential Oil Recipes Facebook group!


57 thoughts on “KidSafe Allergies: Which KidSafe Blend Should I Choose?”

  • Rubbing Sneezy stop in 1% dilution on kids’ chest does help them from stuffy nose at bedtime.

  • Thank you for this blog! Spring came late here and I was just thinking that I needed to find oils for allergies for my kiddos. This blog is super helpful!

  • Thank you for these ideas and recommendations PT. Tis the season for allergies. I’m thankful for your oils.

  • I often use sniffle stopper and sneezy stop for my kids when their allergies are bothering them and can’t wait to add defender and immune boom to our collection as other options! Thanks for the informative post!

  • I suffer from allergies year round. I really like Sniffle stopper, it opens up my nasal passages quickly. I alternate it with Resporaid, these to are wonderful and I will never be without them.

  • SO needed to read this right now. Currently have bad allergies that are stubborn . Thanks pt for the info

  • I already have the Immune Boom and Sniffle Stopper. I love both blends but I still want to get Defender and Sneezy Stop. Every little thing that could help counts.

  • So glad i came across this. I use immune aid often and need a replacement that safe to use around an infant.

  • I recently purchased sniffle stopper to help my daughter with her runny nose from allergies. I may have to get immune boom as well. So thankful that Plant therapy has these kids safe blends! Other companies don’t tell you that oils can be hard for your Littles

  • Just what I need. My son has bad allergies, it may be the mold that was also in his room. What can I sue to help him?. Been using lavender ,peppermint, lemon,eucalyptus. Sniffle stopper sounds like somethinhe may need. He alsonhas been complaining of blocked ears..

  • I myself have always used lemon, lavender, and peppermint together for allergies but I shall definitely give The sneezy stop synergy a try!

  • Interesting…. I enjoyed this post. Question….. Since allergies are an autoimmune issue and this oil helps with them, does it help with other auto immune disorders?

    1. Hi Rebecca! These blends were specifically formulated to help with allergies. For Autoimmune issues I would consult a doctor who will have even more information about how these blends might help!

  • This is so timely as our Spring allergies are dragging on in S. TX. I have a hard time remembering when to use Sniffle Stopper versus Sneezy Stop. I love having suggestions for What to do worth each of them.

  • I have Sniffle Stopper, but definitely want to try the others mentioned in this post. My kids have had more trouble with allergies this year and in years past. Thanks for the great info!

  • We use all four of these blends in our home. It’s so nice that PT gives multiple options so you can rotate to prevent sensitization or pick the one you are in the mood for. We couldn’t survive allergy season without PT!

  • Thanks for summarizing this in one post! I just tried making the lightly scented tissues–so simple and so nice!

  • We use all of these and Balm Mint Bush is a favorite in our house for all of us. Can never have too many on hand for allergy season.

  • I wish I would have seen this before I bought sneezy stop. I think sniffle stopper would have worked better for our family. Oh well! Lesson learned!

  • Cant wait to get defender, I hear great things. I go with lemon & lavender, diffused, when baby is congested. Sometimes switch out the lemon for pink grapefruit.

  • Thanks for the information. I am currently dealing with 2 children with allergies, and am happy that we already have most of the oils recommended in this article.

  • I love all the oils you mentioned above, especially defender, sneezy stop and sniffle stopper. I make sneezy stop and sniffle stopper for my son’s allergy and asthma. It gives him relief and helps him get through the day. I will sometime diffuse defender in my house in the morning, to give the kids and hubby a boost before the go off to school. it does help. and I love defender also because of the smell. its so uplifting.

  • Cedar trees are in bloom where I am at and we are all miserable! Will be trying a few of these now and tonight in the diffuser.

  • I have very bad allergies and I’m planning on getting Defender, Sniffle Stopper, & Sneezy Stop soon! If I were thinking ahead, I’d already have Sniffle Stopper because my daughter has the sniffles right now!

  • I wish I had these around when my son was smaller he’s now 16 and is using eo’s for his allergies.

  • I don’t deal with allergies too much but I find diffusing overnight makes me feel so much less “stuffy” in the mornings.

  • My family absolutely LOVES sneezy stop for allergies! I even use it for my allergies! It literally clears you right out!

  • My 10 yr old got made fun of at school for wearing Immune Boom… the girl said she smelled like a pickle! LOL! I guess I’ll try sniffle stopper next in her diffuser necklace. Kids these days. 🙂

  • There is a lot of good info in this post. I am definitely going to try the tissue with sneezy stop and making the defender aloe gel. Immune boom works great for us, but the pickle smell. I am glad defender is now an option so I can try something different. I have all four of these and use them for myself and my kid. But immune boom and sniffle stopper aren’t ones I thought to use for allergies so this is great to know!

  • Great info! With so many choices it can be overwhelming to know which to use. We have defender so will be using topically for my toddler when needed (can’t openly diffuse at the moment as we also have a 3 week old at home).

  • My daughter has had a really tough time this year. I’d love to use an allergy oil but I don’t really want to test different things out on her and possibly cause some sideways energy when she’s already suffering. She is sensitive to lavender so I try to steer clear of synergies that have lavender in them. Is one of these synergies good for allergies when the histamine response is strongest in the tear duct and sinus areas?

  • Allergies are so bad since moving to Florida. Trying everything to help this spring and summer!!

  • Thanks. I am definitely picking up defender. My kids are so picky but I think they might like this. I like something more natural and as an added bonus it’s very cost effective! The big box store allergy meds for kids are pricey, especially for just a few sniffles here and there!

  • Our allergies have been so bad here in TX this season. Good to know there’s some great PT blends to help!

  • I love. Immune boom And diffender! Thanks for the great information in for teaching child safety with oils!

  • I’m excited to get Defender and give it a try! So far I really enjoy Immune Boom for allergy and cold season 🙂

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