The Best & the Worst Brands of Essential Oils

Essential oils can be used in an oil diffuser to freshen up the air as well as for therapeutic purposes. I only used the oils in an oil diffuser since I am very cautious about what I apply to my body. So I can’t speak to how effective they are when used for therapeutic purposes. My evaluation is based on the longevity of the oils and whether or not the scents are pleasant. 

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Tuscany Candle vs Yankee Candle: Which One Comes Out on Top?

Tuscany Candle? If you are like me, you probably haven’t heard of the company before now. Yankee Candle? More likely than not you have heard of the company or have seen their candles at a variety of stores. So how does a pretty unknown candle company rank against a large, popular candle company? No need to look any further to find the answer.

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6 Things That I Like About Radha Beauty’s Peppermint Oil

The peppermint essential oil has a rich peppermint scent. I love how it freshens up a room and how the scene travels throughout the house. I have used up to several drops in my air diffuser and the scent lingered for hours.
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What to Expect When Using the Plant Guru: Citrus Blast Essential Oil

The strong, refreshing scent of citrus fills the air when I put this oil into my oil diffuser. It smells just like a freshly picked orange. It awakens my senses just as if I was walking through an orange field. There is no chemical smell at all, it literally smells like oranges. It’s quite impressive how the oil not only smells just like oranges but it has a pleasant lingering scent as well. I love dropping about 1-2 drops into my diffuser in the morning and then my house will smell like oranges for the rest of the afternoon. When I really want the house to have a clean fresh scent for a longer period of time I’ll use 3-4 drops in my diffuser and the scent lasts longer.

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