click here to check this diffuser deal out  Great deal on my favorite ultrasonic diffuser– only $21.64 and it runs for 10+ hours!!

I own two diffusers like this and love them!  runs for 10+ hours (some people report it running up to 15 hours), extra-large 500ml size (16.9 ounces), 4 timer settings (60 minutes, 120 minutes, 180 minutes, or on), auto shut off when it runs out of water, option for low or strong mist, covers up to 430 sq ft, and can run diffuser with light off. 


click here to check out the deal on these dryer balls–  only $9.99 for a set of 6 extra-large dryer balls.

These are made of premium, 100% sheep’s wool.  Add a couple of drops of your favorite essential oil to a dryer ball- use 3 dryer balls for small loads and 5-6 balls for large loads.  Dryer balls help reduce drying time and static- all without the toxic chemicals found in most dryer sheets.  Plus dryer balls are reusable; one set lasts for years.  Wouldn’t these make great gifts for your oily friends and team members?  Stock up while they’re on sale.



click here to get this deal– only $9.97 for a large 16 ounce container of high quality fractionated coconut oil

(hand-picked coconuts, expeller-pressed, hexane-free, and tested to ensure purity).  And I love that it comes with a pump.  Makes it so easy to fill roller bottles or just dilute essential oils right in my hand.


click here to check out this deal – These are the cutest little 2 oz glass mason jars.  They are perfect for salves, homemade deodorant, lotions, body butters, and bath salts.  And they’re on SALE right now – yay!



click here to check out this diffuser deal    on sale for only $20.99 — 800ml ultrasonic diffuser runs for up to 30 hours on one fill!

Plus it’s very quiet, has 7 color-changing lights, has auto shut-off when it runs out of water, and comes with a 30-day money back guarantee from the Amazon seller.



click here to check out this bag –  So cute!!  This is a great tote to show off you oils!

Perfect for taking to trade shows, vendor event and classes, too!  Holds up to eleven 15ml essential oil bottles in clear exterior pocket and can hold more roller bottles, brochures, and business cards in additional exterior pockets.  Plus there’s plenty of room inside for a laptop, tear sheets, and class handouts.


set of 24 top-rated roller bottles with stainless steel rollerballs for only $15.99

click here for amber

click here for blue



click here to check these out  These are my absolute favorite essential oil cases!!

They are very well made and have great details (high quality fabric, secure closure, strong elastics to hold each bottle in place, flat bottom so it stays upright in handbag, which helps prevent leaks.  If it’s possible, they’re even more beautiful in person.  I have them in several sizes, but the one that I use the most is the small roller bottle case.  It holds 8 (10ml) roller bottles.  It fits easily in my bag and I always have my favorite essential oils with me- diluted and ready to go.  click here to check these cases out.  Be sure to click on the options to see all three sizes of cases as well as all the great fabric patterns.  want essential oil rollerball recipes to help you fill your new case?  click here and here for my favorite roller bottle recipes {and free printable rollerball labels}

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click here to check this  bottle opener tool out

Fantastic tool to open and remove roller balls and caps on pretty much every size of essential oil bottle.  Sturdy metal tool works on small sample vials, traditional essential oil bottles 3ml/5ml/10ml/15ml/30ml with standard caps, and 3ml/5ml/10ml roller balls.



LOVE these!  Such beautiful essential oil CAR DIFFUSERS from only $10.99!

Simply add a couple drops of essential oil to the felt pad and attach the clip to your car’s air vent.  Air flows through the clip and is diffused throughout the car.  Simple and effective.  Plus they’re gorgeous- it’s like diffuser jewelry for your car.  They even come in several different designs.  Love it!

click here for the tree of life, flower, and many other designs

click here for LOVE, TREE OF LIFE, and BUTTERFLY designs




click here to check out this set–  Great deal- Only $19.95 for this awesome gift set!

It includes all of this:

(1) Wooden Essential Oil Box (holds 25 bottles)

(2) Keychain Pouch that holds 8 sample vials so you can always have your essential oils with you

(3) eight 5/8 Dram (2ml) Vials

(4) 15 Blank Lid Stickers

(5) 8 Plastic Transfer Pipettes!

This set would make a great gift for yourself or an oil-loving friend!



I LOVE this beautiful wooden essential oil box!!!  Look at all this storage in such a little space.  It has a drawer plus two trays– in total it holds 59 bottles (45 traditional bottles and 14 roller bottles!!  click here to check it out



click here to check out this deal– I love to use castile soap in my home to make hand soaps, bathroom cleaners, soft scrub, shower cleaner, and more.  Buying it by the gallon is the cheapest way to go!


click here to check out this deal– I love making my foaming hand soap.

To these 250 ml containers add:

2 Tbsp unscented liquid Castile soap

1 tsp Sweet Almond Oil, apricot kernel oil, or another favorite carrier oil

5-10 drops essential oil (here are a few combinations that I love- lemon/basil, grapefruit/fir, tangerine/spearmint, and lemon/lavender — try it with your favorite essential oils)

then stir well to combine soap/oil/EOs, add distilled water to fill, and mix again



click here to check out this deal–  Less than $1 each for a set of 12 glass spray bottles (2 ounces each).

That’s only 81 cents each!  These are perfect for owie sprays, pillow sleep spray, bug sprays, poopouri bathroom spray, and more.



click here to check out this deal– set of two 16 oz heavy-duty amber glass spray bottles with reusable chalkboard labels.

These are perfect for dusting sprays, window & glass cleaner, air freshener, counter cleaner, bathroom cleaners, and more.

Find my favorite essential oil cleaning recipes here



5-tier tree wall rack holds up to 70 bottles of essential oil – click here to check it out


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CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK – click here to check out this case –  2 Removable Trays.  Holds up to 60 Bottles (5ml, 15ml, and roller bottles).  Plus extra Space For Larger Items!

CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK  — click here to check out this case –  new wood case! It’s super sturdy and portable.  Holds up to 75 essential oil bottles (25 can be roller bottles).

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  1. Pat Stump January 19, 2016 at 8:27 am - Reply

    Would like to know about ordering the Spa Vapor Flow. Please let me know and thank you for all the info

    • Sarah Lewis January 21, 2016 at 7:32 am - Reply

      Hi, Pat. I’m not aware of a Spa Vapor diffuser. By any chance, are you interested in the Spa Vapor Pro diffuser? (Autocorrect changes my words all the time, and I wondered if that might have happened in your note?) If so, here’s a link to the Spa Vapor Pro diffuser. – Sarah http://amzn.to/1S6X9kg

  2. Kristie February 24, 2016 at 11:49 pm - Reply

    I’m looking for a diffuser that does not use water with essential oils. I would also entertain just the glass replacement as I have the base. Thanks so much in advance.

    • Sarah Lewis March 2, 2016 at 12:46 pm - Reply

      Hi, Kristie.

      Here’s a link to my favorite essential oil diffuser that does not use water. http://amzn.to/1VtsBJ3

      And below are some of the reasons why I like this one so much. I’m copying here from a Facebook post I did a couple weeks ago on this same topic (hope you don’t mind). – Sarah

      “Diffusers for Large, Open Floorplan

      Many of us have open floorplans, so I’m frequently asked about a diffuser that covers a large area. The best diffusers that I have used to cover a large, open space are nebulizing diffusers like this http://amzn.to/1PPrbVD

      From my experience, this diffuser easily covers 1,500+ square feet of open living space on my main floor. I particularly like the Raindrop diffuser (pictured below) because (1) the essential oils only touch glass (the oils never come into contact with plastic) and (2) you add drops of essential oils to the diffuser just like you do with the ultrasonic diffusers we’re all familiar with; that means I can easily make all the diffuser blends that I love.

      For the Raindrop diffuser I add a few drops of essential oil and run it for 20-30 minutes and the scents (and essential oil therapeutic benefits) seem to stay in the air all day. That’s because they break the oil down into such small micro particles and don’t use water, so the essential oil can stay suspended in the air for much longer than when using ultrasonic diffusers.

      Nebulizing diffusers aren’t right for everyone, but in my opinion, they are fantastic at covering large spaces.”

  3. Sabrina March 2, 2016 at 1:03 pm - Reply

    Instead of those beads you can also use terracota clay

    • Sarah Lewis March 2, 2016 at 1:47 pm - Reply

      Great idea, Sabrina! thanks for sharing. – Sarah

    • Aimee August 16, 2016 at 5:21 am - Reply

      I was at Michael’s yesterday, August 15, 2016, and the had lava beads in strings in their jewelry making section. You can drop right on the lava bead and it absorbs the oil. I’ve seen bracelets and necklaces with one to a few beads on them.

  4. Candie April 10, 2016 at 1:52 am - Reply

    The code for the free set of dryer bald is invalid???? I put in order 2 sets, but code is invalid… Any suggestions?

    • Sarah Lewis April 10, 2016 at 7:38 am - Reply

      Hi, Candie. Sorry for the confusion. It get the promo code to work, you need to add 3 dryer balls to your cart. Then go to checkout and enter the promo code and it will take $13.93 off of your order. The good news is I just tried it and it still works. – Sarah

  5. Phyllis Zoss April 11, 2016 at 5:48 pm - Reply

    How long is this sale on for?

    • Sarah Lewis April 11, 2016 at 8:49 pm - Reply

      Hi, Phyllis.
      I wish I knew. Unfortunately, there’s no set time for these sales.
      Sometimes deals stay that same price for weeks before the seller raises the price or it sells out, but other times the items sell out (or the seller raises the price) within just a few hours of when I found the deal.
      Sorry, I wish I could be more helpful.

      • Aimee August 16, 2016 at 5:18 am - Reply

        It’s now August 16 and the sales are still good!

  6. Cndy April 18, 2016 at 4:57 pm - Reply

    Prices are not the same as advertised from the link (and I opened the same day I saw it). Still some good deals though on most items even though they are $1 to $5 higher.

    • Sarah Lewis April 18, 2016 at 5:43 pm - Reply

      Hi, Cindy.
      Prices can change quickly (both up and down), and unfortunately, I have no way of knowing when (or if) that’s going to happen. I try to check the prices on all the deals once a day and update them, deleting items that are no longer good deals and adding others that are new finds. Please let me know whenever you see something that doesn’t match the price I have listed in the blog post and I’ll update it so everyone’s got the most current information.

  7. Judy April 29, 2016 at 12:38 am - Reply

    Tried ordering the dryer balls buy 2 get 1 free and Amazon is saying that deal is not found?? Is it over?

    • Sarah Lewis April 29, 2016 at 7:09 am - Reply

      Hi, Judy. Deal is still going on. It’s a little confusing on how to get the deal. Here’s what to do: (1) put THREE sets of the dryer balls in your Amazon cart, (2) click “proceed to checkout”, (3) enter code W9ADB6IJ into the promo code box and hit “apply”. That will take $14.99 off of your order, giving you the 3rd set for free. Please let me know if this doesn’t work for you. – Sarah

  8. Satin July 2, 2016 at 12:44 pm - Reply

    I tried to get the dryer balls to work, added 3 sets to my cart and used promo, but it is saying the total due is $2798. Any thoughts on how to get the 3rd set free?

    • Sarah Lewis July 2, 2016 at 10:09 pm - Reply

      Hi. It sounds like the deal is working right for you (and I verified that it’s still working). The first set is $13.99 plus the second set at $13.99 plus the third set is free ($0) results in a total of $27.96 plus any applicable sales tax. So you get three sets (18 dryer balls) for only $27.96. – Sarah

  9. Michelle E Decharo September 1, 2016 at 8:18 pm - Reply

    I ordered the set of 3 essential oil keys just a few days ago. I wanted to reorder them but I can’t find the coupon code. Is it still valid?

    • Sarah Lewis September 1, 2016 at 11:14 pm - Reply

      Hi, Michelle. The promo code is LEZVAD37. I just tried it and it still works. – Sarah

  10. Deb September 9, 2016 at 5:53 pm - Reply

    Thanks soooo much for the information you share.

    • Sarah Lewis September 9, 2016 at 5:58 pm - Reply

      Thanks, Deb. I appreciate the note! I love finding new ways to use essential oils, and it’s so fun to share my finds with other oil users. So glad we can all support each other in our journeys to eliminate toxins and get healthier. – Sarah

  11. justin November 11, 2016 at 11:31 pm - Reply

    I’m going to make my wife bath bombs but I’m not sure if the essential oils for the defuses are safe for a bath bomb please help???

    • Sarah Lewis November 21, 2016 at 9:12 pm - Reply

      Hi Justin.
      What a fabulous gift!
      There are some essential oils that are used in a diffuser that you wouldn’t want to use in a bath bomb (oregano is one that comes to mind. It is what’s known as a hot oil, and even when it is pretty highly diluted, it can cause a burning sensation when it touches skin, especially sensitive skin in a bath.
      Here’s a link to my favorite bath bomb recipe and lots of essential oil blends that are generally safe to use in bath bombs. http://oneessentialcommunity.com/sea-breeze-bath-bombs-made-lavender-spearmint-lime-essential-oils/That said, it’s always best to let people know what you put into the homemade gifts you made for them. That way if your wife would happen to be sensitive to a particular essential oil, she would know to not use the bath bomb. Also if she’s pregnant, she’ll want to be especially careful using essential oils. Here’s a great source you/she can check on which essential oils are safe to use during pregnancy. http://www.learningabouteos.com/index.php/2013/08/06/essential-oil-safety-during-pregnancy/

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