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Diffusing Essential Oils in a Tart Warmer


Diffusing Essential Oils in a Tart Warmer

Diffusing Essential Oils in a Tart Warmer is perfect for the frugal person like me!  It worked perfect and my house smelled wonderful. We heard that you could diffuse essential oils in a tart Warmer. So after Melissa tried her warmer and it worked so I thought I would try my tart warmer that I have from Yankee Candle.

Diffusing Essential Oils in a Tart Warmer:

You can use any essential oil that you want in your tart warmer.  I personally used peppermint in my tart warmer and all my boys loved it! I put some water in it and added 7 drops. I kept checking my tart warmer often and added water as it got low. You have to be careful and watch it to make sure that it has water in it the whole time you are using it or the oil will burn. I have now been diffusing oils everyday in my home!  This is an affordable solution to purchasing a diffuser if you already have a tart warmer which is nice. Be sure NOT to leave unattended for any reason.

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  1. My favorite oil has got to be peppermint essential oil. I use it in my mouth by rubbing it on the bottom of my touch whenever a sore throat is coming on. On Guard works great too.

  2. Tried this with DoTERRA Citrus Bliss in a tart warmer with water and it smells nice and fresh. This is my new scentsy. Trying to do away with so many fake chemical smells since I know they are not good to breath. This is a good alternative and not expensive.

  3. Just ran across your site and I used this idea but added coconut oil and a touch of beeswax that I had laying around. The peppermint essential oil smells so good so I also added some eucalyptus! I figured since you used water I could add some lemon juice I had in one of those bottles…it is AMAZING!! I’ve been using wax melts for so long and they always give me a headache and upset my husband’s allergies. This will be my go to from now on. I cannot wait to try other essential oils! Thanks for the tips!

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