One of my absolute favourite product lines of their’s has to be the diffuser blends. It’s amazing how big of a difference a little aromatherapy can make – we actually have 4 diffusers in our house! One in my bedroom, one in each of the two full-bathrooms and one in the kitchen. The best part about Saje’s diffuser oils? When you buy 3 10 ml diffuser blends you get 20% off! I thought I would share some of my top picks.
1. Immune / $20
I don’t have the best immune system, so anything that helps with that is amazing in my books. This one is packed with lemon, eucalyptus and tea tree oils to help soothe respiratory discomfort, flu-like symptoms and cleanse the air. This is my first-line of defence when I feel a cold coming on.
2. Exhale | $15
This one has eucalyptus (noticing a trend in the scents I like?), peppermint and frankincense. I find this blend so incredibly grounding and refreshing. It’s cool and woodsy.
3. Allergy release | $22
Honestly, I don’t think I would survive allergy season without the allergy line. It makes a huge difference with my itchy eyes and nasal symptoms and has been a total game-changer for me.
4. Spa spirit | $17
This one lives up to it’s name – it literally smells like a spa in a bottle. It’s so calming and warm, with scents of grapefruit, eucalyptus and benzoin.
5. Chill out | $27
This one is one of my favourite blends for a rainy day. I just love diffusing this one while curled up with some tea, cozy socks and a good movie. It’s an earthy scent with sandalwood, pine and clary sage.
6. Unwind | $17
I’m usually not a big fan of lavender scents, so to be honest I was surprised that I love this one as much as I do. I’m a sucker for bergamot which this blend also has in it, along with geranium, so I think that might be why.
7. Refresh | $17
This blend is just so refreshing – pun not intended. Based on my other top picks, this one shouldn’t come as a surprise to you as it’s scent is eucalyptus, lemon and spearmint. It’s somehow calming and energizing at the same time.
Are you into aromatherapy? Let me know what are your favourite blends are!