Spring Diffuser Recipes – Part 1

Spring diffuser

According to the calendar, spring is actually not for another 2 weeks.
Close enough for me.
And for those who don’t get to live in the land of perpetual warmth like I do, I am fairly certain that you are begging for springtime right about now.
So I thought I’d do a short series on springtime diffuser recipes.
That way, even if your car is buried under a mound of snow, you can still diffuse some spring-like scents inside your home.
And pretend.

I named the first recipe “Spring”.
I am so creative, I know. Hey, I like to keep it simple.
Here it is:


3 drops Ylang Ylang essential oil
3 drops Lemon essential oil
2 drops Meleluca Alternifolia essential oil

I really liked this one. I am not a huge fan of flowery smells, so this was perfect because it was not overpowering.

Now, if you like a stronger fragrance, I would recommend adding another drop or two of Ylang Ylang. Or use less of the lemon oil.
I diffused this in my SpaGlow diffuser .


I was first attracted to this diffuser because of the shape. I had never seen a round diffuser before.
It is very simple to use. There are no buttons!
You simply press the unit when you want to turn it on or off.


It also changes colors – blue, yellow, pink, purple, and white. You can have it switch colors as it diffuses, or keep it on a solid color. You can also turn the light off.
The diffuser uses tap water, and runs for about 6 hours.


The misting stream is very thin, I was a little disappointed by that. But it is still effective, especially in smaller areas.
My son loves the color changing lights. This is definitely a kid-pleaser.
Just be careful with it around the kiddos – the big bubble cover is breakable!
All in all, I’ve been very pleased with it.

Well, I hope you enjoy this week’s diffuser recipe. Let me know what you think of it. Did you like it? Did you tweak it?

See you next week with another recipe!

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Disclaimer: The information on this website is based upon my research and personal use of Young Living Essential Oils. I am not a doctor. Products and techniques mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician.

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