Tropical Vibe Essential Oil Diffuser Blend Recipe Guide For Staycations Released

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Loving Essential Oils, an essential oil blog and aromatherapy website, has released a guide outlining some essential oils that can produce a tropical vibe in one’s home or workplace.

The new guide from Loving Essential Oils provides readers with ten tropical essential oil recommendations and details the aromatic and therapeutic benefits of each. The guide also shares ten different ways these oils can be blended to create tropical staycation recipes.

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With many people still feeling the financial effects of the pandemic, things like trips and vacations are a luxury that can’t be afforded. As a result, many people are opting for staycations instead. Loving Essential Oils released its new guide to try and help these people make their homes more relaxing and peaceful during their staycations.

The ten essential oils recommended in the guide offer a unique mix of tropical scents. Atop the list is ylang ylang essential oil, which has a sweet floral scent and is often used in DIY perfumes. Following that is sandalwood essential oil, which is rich and woodsy and usually used for meditation. Another highlight on the list is lime essential oil, which has a zesty fruity aroma that is meant to stimulate and uplift.

The guide also offers ten blend recipes that readers can make at home using the tropical essential oils listed. One example is the Exotic Island Blend, which uses a combination of patchouli, ylang ylang, and neroli oils to create the feeling of a tropical island escape. Similarly, the Tropical Sunrise Blend mixes ginger, blood orange, and rose geranium oils to mimic the sensation of being on a beach at sunrise.

Loving Essential Oils also provides safety tips for readers to follow when using essential oils. For instance, they recommend only diffusing for 30 minutes to 1 hour at a time and warn against applying undiluted essential oils directly to the skin.

“With the weather already heating up, I find myself daydreaming of tropical beaches and exotic getaways,” said Jennifer Lane, founder of Loving Essential Oils and author of the guide. “While a dream vacation may not be a possibility, tropical essential oils can help create that vibe in your home or workspace.”

About Loving Essential Oils

Loving Essential Oils has been sharing essential oil and aromatherapy products, recipes, and DIY guides since 2016. It is owned and operated by Certified Aromatherapist and Registered Nurse Jennifer Lane, who has over 20 years of healthcare experience and over 10 years of essential oil and aromatherapy knowledge.

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