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How to Make a Homemade Aromatherapy Diffuser

 

 

 

 

 

Grocery stores have a lot of devices that you can buy to benefit from aromatherapy. One of the most common devices that people buy is an aromatherapy diffuser. Did you know that you can quickly make your own diffuser? There are materials lying around your home that you can use to emit the fragrance of your favorite essential oils. This article will teach you how you can make your own homemade aromatherapy diffuser.

 

Candle

A lot of people buy scented candles that are already laced with essential oils. If you have regular and unscented candles around your home, you can use it to make your own aromatherapy diffuser. All you have to do is light the candle and let it burn for 10 to 15 minutes. After blowing it out, simply put your favorite essential oil on the melted wax and light the candle again. Make sure you put the oil on the melted wax instead of the wick because these oils are flammable.

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Tissue

One of the simplest ways to make your own aromatherapy diffuser is to use a piece of tissue. Simply place a piece of tissue in the room and put a few drops of your favorite oil on it. After a few minutes, you will start to smell the wonderful aroma. Although this method is extremely simple, it does have one drawback. When essential oils are simply placed on a tissue, the fragrance will not be very strong and will last only a short amount of time.

Bowl

One of the last ways to make your own aromatherapy diffuser is to use a glass bowl. First you must bring a pot of water to a boil. Then you must find a large glass bowl and fill it half full with the boiling water. Then you simply place a few drops of your favorite essential oil into the heated water. The heat will cause the oil to evaporate quickly and will soon fill the entire room with a pleasing aroma.

There is no longer a reason to buy expensive aromatherapy devices. Making your own aromatherapy diffuser is very easy. You can use oils on any old, unscented candles that are just lying around your home. Also, you can use a piece of tissue to release the pleasing aromas. You can even use a large glass bowl that is filled halfway with boiling water to evaporate your favorite essential oils.
 

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