Origin: a Latin derivative
meaning "Gift of the Earth."
Creating a pleasant, uplifting atmosphere is what diffusers do best—who doesn’t love the delicious scents of Lavender, Cinnamon Bark, or Madagascar Vanilla wafting through the house? However, you might’ve noticed aromas starting to run together over time.
If you smell hints of the Peppermint you diffused a day ago while enjoying the tangier notes of citrus oils, it might be time to clean your diffuser. The more essential oils you diffuse, the more residue builds. Regularly cleaning a diffuser can help you avoid intermingling scents.
Twice a week:
Once a month:
Warning: Corrosive or harsh chemicals may damage your diffuser.