Aromatherapy is an effective natural remedy for many common ailments, from sore muscles and anxiety to acne. Here are 5 essential oils you should always have in your medicine cabinet. Today there are tons of good diffusers available from a variety of companies, so it's easier than ever to infuse essential oils into your life.
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While you can use essential oils to increase your focus, soothe restlessness, or just add a pleasant scent to your home or office, one incredibly easy way to use them is in a diffuser, which diffuses their potent scents with water, dispersing the smell at a palatable level throughout a room at set intervals, and typically also offering a humidifying property.
Below we’ve outlined simple and energy-efficient essential oil diffusers, from all-day humidifiers to travel-size decoratives. If you don't have any essential oils yet and you're going to get your first diffuser, we recommend starting with picking up a sample-pack option like this