Fall is in full swing and it’s our favorite season for diffusing! Who else is all about those cozy home vibes as soon as the leaves start to fall? Each change of season is the perfect time to switch up your essential oils. Our bodies thrive on variety and nature provides that with each new season through our food and the seasonal plants in bloom—so do the same with your oils!
Fall calls for warm, spicy oils like Cinnamon Bark, Clove, Cardamom, Nutmeg, and Ginger. Woodsy oils such as Cedarwood, Idaho Blue Spruce, and Vetiver provide grounding during this busy time of year while citrus oils uplift and add warmth. Add a few earthy herbals, like Rosemary or Thyme, to your blends to help cleanse the air and add a fresh, unexpected twist. Unlike candles, essential oils actually help to cleanse the air and combat airborne pathogens. The combinations are endless—but we’ve rounded up some of our favorite fall diffuser blends to make your home cozier than ever this season while supporting your wellness at the same time.
Favorite Fall Diffuser Blends
3 Cinnamon Bark
2 Black Pepper
1 Cinnamon Bark
Apple Cider Donut
6 Stress Away
1 Cinnamon Bark
4 Citrus Fresh
2 Christmas Spirit
2 Idaho Blue Spruce
3 Northern Lights Black Spruce
3 Citrus Fresh
Once you’ve experimented with your fall diffuser blends, save yourself some time (and counter space) and mix up your favorite blends ahead of time! In the oily world, we call this a diffuser bomb and it's the best way to always have your favorite diffuser blend ready-to-go even if a key oil goes missing.
All you need is a bottle with a dropper and your oils. We love to repurpose our empty 5 ml or 15 ml bottles and top them with these or these dropper tops for easy diffuser loading. Don’t have any empties? These 10 ml dropper bottles are super cute and work great, too.
How to Make a Diffuser Bomb
Essential oils of choice
Reuse your 5 or 15 ml essential oil bottles and add a dropper top. Add your favorite diffuser blend oils to your bottle. You’ll be able to quadruple the amount or more depending on your bottle size. Don’t get too picky with exact drop amounts, we usually just eyeball it based on the recipe proportions. A 5 ml bottle holds about 90-100 drops, a 10 ml holds about 200 drops, and 15 ml bottles holds about 300 drops.
Top with a cap or dropper and don’t forget to label your blend! Oils Collaborative members can download these adorable fall diffuser bomb labels and recipe card here.
To use, simply add 5 to 10 drops of your blend to your diffuser with water. Enjoy!
Oils Collaborative Members Grab your Fall Diffuser Collection printable in the Member Portal here.