10 Fall Diffuser Blends with Essential Oils

Posted July 29, 2019 by Thirty-Something Angie in Wellness / 1 Comment

Fall Diffuser Blend Recipes

Use these fall diffuser blends to make your home smell warm and cozy all season long.

One of my favorite things about fall is all of the amazing scents that come with it. Pumpkin spice, crackling fires, apple pie, cider, and that smell you get when you walk through the woods on a crisp morning after camping. I must admit, I used to be a huge candle lover, and my favorite season to stock up on new scents was fall, because the scents are just so comforting and homey.

Of course, now we know all about why we don’t want candles in our home. Luckily for us, we can still recreate so many of these amazing blends using essential oils and a diffuser. Not only do they make our house smell amazing, but they also actually help clean the air and make us feel better.

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My Favorite Fall Essential Oils

First, let’s talk about the oils. For years, my family were huge fans of Young Living, but if you read this post, you know that we’re no longer using their oils (and why). After months of research, we made the switch to Plant Therapy essential oils. Their quality standards, education, KidSafe line, and safety information really sold me on the brand. The fact that their products are a fraction of the cost of what I was paying (plus free shipping) didn’t hurt, either! Of course, do your own research and find a brand or two that you are 100% confident in. But, if you’d like to try Plant Therapy, check them out here! You can also get $5 off your purchase of $50 with the code “5OFF.”

No matter where you get your oils, it’s always a good idea to stock up on some fall favorites to keep on hand. So many of these fall diffuser blends use only a handful of oils, so instead of going broke buying all the oils, you can buy just a few really versatile ones that you can use in so many ways!

Some of my favorite essential oils for fall are:

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My Favorite Fall Diffuser Blends

Before we get started, be sure to also check out my post on how to use essential oils to stay healthy as we head into the fall season. But now…on to the fall diffuser blends!

Spiced Cider Diffuser Blend

This is by far one of my favorite blends for the fall, and it only takes 3 oils to make it! Grab some orange, ginger, and cinnamon bark

  • 3 drops orange
  • 2 drops ginger
  • 2 drops cinnamon bark

Sweet Fall Diffuser Blend

I love using Bergamot in my fall blends. It’s citrusy, sweet, but also pairs so well with so many other oils. And I really, really like using blends that are easy and simple. I’m just more likely to use a blend that only needs 2-3 oils over one that uses a whole list, just because it’s easier to remember!

  • 4 drops bergamot
  • 3 drops cedarwood

Fall Leaves Diffuser Blend

Okay, I used to hate patchouli, so it’s pretty ironic that this is one of my go-do blends this year. It’s true what they say. Oils grow on you the more you use them. And, Patchouli is said to be really calming, which is always something I need.

  • 5 drops orange
  • 1 drop patchouli
  • 1 drop ginger

Snickerdoodle Diffuser Blend

Fresh baked cookies, anyone? Yes, please!

  • 4 drops orange
  • 2 drops cinnamon
  • 1 drop clove
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More Recipes: Check out this post from Grass Fed Girl for more fall and winter recipes!

Pumpkin Spice Diffuser Blend

This one has the same spices you’ll most commonly find in a pumpkin pie, or pumpkin spice latte! Bonus: it’s about as basic as it’s name.

  • 4 drops cinnamon bark
  • 1 drop clove
  • 1 drop nutmeg

Campfire Diffuser Blend

Like I said above, a crackling fire is one of my favorite scents for fall. This woodsy blend is a nice change of pace from the typical spicy, sweet blends associated with fall.

  • 4 drops cypress
  • 2 drops orange
  • 2 drops frankincense

Orchard Stroll Diffuser Blend

This blend is another clean, outdoors scent. I love diffusing it during the fall, but really, it’s such a fresh scent I’ll use it year round!

  • 3 drops bergamot
  • 2 drops orange
  • 2 drops cedarwood

Fall Spice Diffuser Blend

Another simple diffuser blend recipe that’s perfect for fall. This one only takes 2 oils! As a bonus, it’s two very affordable oils, depending on where you order.

  • 3 drops orange
  • 3 drops cinnamon

Fall Wreath Diffuser Blend

You know that weird period of time right between Thanksgiving and Christmas? It’s still technically fall, but winter is well on its way. That’s what this diffuser blend is. A woodsy, fresh, and incredibly crisp blend that lands somewhere between fall and winter.

  • 2 drops peppermint
  • 2 drops fir
  • 1 drop eucalyptus
  • 2 drops rosemary
  • 1 drop tea tree

More recipes: Check out this post from Fresh Mommy Blog with even more fall diffuser recipes!

Fall Wellness Diffuser Blend

Of course, we love using essential oils to make our house smell good. But, one of the things I really love about using oils in the diffuser is how they can benefit our health. This blend is loaded with all the oils that have been used for centuries to help boost our immune systems during the fall and winter.

  • 2 drops orange
  • 1 drop eucalyptus
  • 2 drops cinnamon
  • 1 drop clove
  • 1 drop rosemary

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Fall Diffuser Blend Recipes

Ditch the candles and wax melts by using these fall diffuser blends this year

Fall is my favorite season, and a big reason for that is all of the amazing scents I associate with it. These fall diffuser blends have helped me keep my home smelling amazing without worrying about candle ingredients!

Want to grab some of these oils and give them a try yourself? Don’t forget, you can get $5 off your order of $50 or more (plus free shipping!) by ordering here and using the code “5OFF.”

Find more fall favorites on the blog here:

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