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Young Living ~ Diffusing Fun!


I'm sooo loving my Young Living oils. They've been so great for my family and the smells are amazing! And I'm even more in love with my Young Living Diffuser! This thing is fantastic! You just add distilled water and a few drops of whatever oils you'd like, and bam! you have a fantastic smell wafting through your house and it contains none of those nasty chemicals! It purifies the air, clears up sinuses and just smells good! (It also lights up a pretty purple when it's on.......it's the little things. ☺)

I've diffused quite a few different oils since I received my kit. Purification is the one I diffuse the most. I just love the way it smells and it also freshens up the air......especially when the dogs have decided to mess in the house. :-( I also diffuse Thieves from time to time if there's a cold running rampant and it's also beneficial when we have a house full of people......helps to keep those cold bugs at bay.

On Thanksgiving, I diffused my Harvest Blend. The oils, when combined, smelled just like Pumpkin Pie.......it even had John looking for pie when he came home from work one day. LOL

Harvest Blend
Orange, Cinnamon Bark, Nutmeg and Clove.

And now with Christmas right around the corner, I ordered Christmas Spirit and I'm loving diffusing it now too!




Harvest Blend is PERFECT for fall weather and the Christmas Spirit really does make me think of Christmas. I only wish computers where capable of having a scratch and sniff button so I could share it with you! :-)

These oils have really helped us in many ways; from making the house smell good to being a healthy addition......they're GREAT! :-D

(I just have to add how tickled I am that MY pictures, pictures *I* took with my camera, came out looking so good! Their almost professional looking, LOL, well, not quite but still! Again, it's the little things. LOL)

Comments

  1. Wow that looks awesome. I wonder how it is with people that have allergies. I bet it wouldn't bother me at all since it's just water and essential oils! Candles and incense stop my head up because of the smoke. I'll have to check these out. :)

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    1. From what I understand.....and not having allergies my self, other than the occasional seasonal allergy, these oils don't affect people in the same way. If you have any questions, shoot me a messay and I'd be happy to help! :-D

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  2. I LOVE my diffuser!! I usually diffuse Joy or Lavender. It's like having my own in-home spa! :)

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    1. Joy is definitely a good one to diffuse, especially this time of year! :-D

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