DIY

Slice, slice, baby: 5 pie-inspired diffuser blends

Sugar and spice and everything nice makes a good pie, but it doesn’t do much for health! Between baking, hot cocoa, and long nights in, it can be hard to reach your winter wellness goals. But don’t worry—you can keep your hands off the sweets while still indulging in the scents of homemade desserts!

Say goodbye to your sugar high and stop worrying about unhealthy artificial ingredients when you take a slice of these holiday-ready diffuser blends.

Pumpkin Pie

Cinnamon, Nutmeg, and Clove, oh my! Add in Ginger and Cardamom, plus a little bit of Orange to give a zesty kick, and you’re on your way to a perfectly pumpkin diffuser blend. Give it a try to spice up your home!

Lemon Meringue Pie

Lemon, Stress Away™, and Cedarwood combine in this citrus blend to mimic the scent of smooth lemon filling and fluffy meringue. Its bold and welcoming aroma is sure to add a cheerful note to any party!

5 drops Lemon 2 drops Stress Away 1 drop Cedarwood

Key Lime Pie

Key lime is a cool citrus delight that might as well be lemon meringue’s hip younger cousin! Stress Away, Lime, and Lemon work together in this fresh and bright diffuser blend to bring you an aroma reminiscent of the classic favorite!

4 drops Stress Away 3 drops Lime 3 drops Lemon

Apple Pie

Craving Grandma’s famous apple pie? You’ll smell that flaky, crispy crust and warm, golden filling when you mix Cinnamon Bark, Lemongrass, Grapefruit, and Bergamot! Childhood memories of orchards and caramel apples will occu-pie your mind when you whip up this classic blend!

Golden Peach Pie

Orange, Valor®, and Cedarwood star in this pie diffuser blend! The bright cheer of Orange and the woodsy hints of Valor and Cedarwood are sure to make any room smell absolutely peachy!

4 drops Orange 4 drops Valor 3 drops Cedarwood

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