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Gigantic List of Our Favorite Essential Oil Accessories & Supplies

This is a continuation of our gigantic list of favorite essential oil accessories and supplies.  To see Part 1 which includes Books, Bottles & Containers, Bottle & Container Accessories, and Carrier Oils, please click here.

 

Cases & Bags

cases and bags

check out these cases from Sew Grown- gorgeous, sturdy (padded and reinforced to protect your oils), and holds up to 12 bottles (5 ml, 15 ml, and even roller bottles)

beautiful high quality essential oil cases from Dr. Mom and Aroma Designs – check out these designs  here, here, here, here, and here

large portfolio style case that’s great for carrying oils back and forth to classes  buy our favorite here

large carrying case that’s great for taking oils back and forth to classes  buy our favorite here

small cases great for carrying vials of essential oils in your handbag:  keychain and holds 16 small vials and  this cute tin hold up to 9 essential oil vials  see project instructions here

 

Diffusers

diffusers

Looking for a diffuser?  Here are a few of my favorites:

for kitchen click here or here- these are sturdy workhorses and both have high output mist that easily covers several hundred square feet

for living room click here or click here or here or here or here- these run for hours and blend in with my décor

for a large area click here or click here- these do a great job of covering my entire main floor (about 1,500 sq ft) or click here- covers up to 1,000 sq ft

for bedrooms click here or here or here- these are very quiet, run all night, and either don’t have lights or the lights can be turned off

humidifier and diffuser combined- great for the dry winter months here 

for your car click here or here- these inexpensive diffusers make the daily commute, kids’ activities, and errands a little more relaxing

for your office click here or here- these are battery or USB powered and produce a light aroma that’s plenty strong for me but not too strong for my co-workers

Diffuser Necklaces & Bracelets

clay  click here for white or click here for terracota

stamps  click here or click here or click here

tools for cutting, sculpting, engraving, and making clay diffuser necklaces  click here

diffuser lockets  click here or click here or click here or click here

decorations to add onto your diffuser necklaces  click here for vintage bronze leaves or click here for gold plated leaves or click here for silver snowflakes 

diffuser pads to insert into lockets   click here for leather  or click here for cotton

lava beads click here

DIY Ingredients

diy ingredients

activated charcoal  buy our favorite here

alkanet root powder  buy our favorite here

aloe vera gel  buy our favorite here

apple cider vinegar  this is our favorite here but we buy it at the grocery store

baking soda  like this but we buy a big bag like this at Costco for much less

beeswax  buy our favorite here

beetroot juice powder  buy our favorite here

bentonite clay  buy our favorite here

Castile soap (bar)  buy our favorite here

Castile soap (liquid)  buy our favorite here

citric acid  buy our favorite here

distilled water  we pick this up at the grocery store, right in the aisle with regular drinking water

Epsom salt  buy our favorite here

magnesium flakes  buy our favorite here

reed sticks  like these or like these or like these

sea salt  buy our favorite here   you can get sea salt in salt aisle of grocery store and even by the spices at Costco

vegetable glycerin  buy our favorite here

vitamin e oil  buy our favorite here

vitamin c  buy our favorite here

white vinegar  like this but we buy a big bottle like this at Costco for much less

witch hazel  buy our favorite here

zinc oxide  buy our favorite here

 

DIY Essential Oil Tools

stainless steel funnel

glass eye dropper

plastic transfer pipettes

wood craft sticks for stirring  you can also get sticks like this at Walmart, craft stores, and sometimes at the dollar store

angled stainless steel measuring cup

glass 4-cup measuring cup

bath bomb mold 3 sizes available from traditional to jumbo  and another bath bomb mold that’s worked well for us

Organizers

Did you know that lip gloss/lipstick organizers work perfectly to hold roller bottles of essential oil? 

click here for my favorite roller bottle organizer (keeps roller bottles upright and organized- and all for less than 5 bucks!!)

Did you know that nail polish holders work perfectly to hold 15ml bottles of essential oil?  So cute hanging on a wall,  on top of a desk, counter, or dresser, or tucked into a cabinet.

click here to check out this wall organizer- it holds up to 75 essential oil bottles

click here to check out this counter top essential bottle organizer- it holds up to 36 essential oil bottles

click here to check out this wooden essential oil stand that holds 5ml, 15ml, and roller bottles

 

Water Bottles & Straws

glass water bottles:  here to check out these water bottles for under 10 bucks- available in 15 colors and designs and LOVE these glass and stainless steel bottles available in jade, orchid, and smoke and I can’t say enough great things about my Lifefactory bottles- they’ve held up to years and years of use

straws:  stainless steel straws and glass straws

Please be careful when selecting bottles & containers for use with essential oils.  Essential oils can interact with many materials making them unsafe for use with essential oils.  When consuming essential oils we only use glass and stainless steel.

Other Essential Oil Accessories & DIY Supplies 

our favorite dryer balls  use these instead of dryer sheets; they’re non-toxic and reduce the time to takes to dry clothes (which saves $).  these are our favorite because they’re large, high quality, and they hold up to lots and lots of laundry!

massage table

 

This is a continuation of our gigantic list of favorite essential oil accessories and supplies.  To see Part 1 which includes Books, Bottles & Containers, Bottle & Container Accessories, and Carrier Oils, please click here.

 

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