I wanted to take you all on a little diffuser tour of my house today. You all know I’m a lover of Young Living and I wanted to show off some of my favorite diffusers I use, both YL brand and others and how they’re decorated with.
The beautiful white lantern above is from Young Living and I love it because, like most YL diffusers, it has multiple output settings and color choices. My favorite is the candle flicker mode as it gives the ambiance of a real lantern. As a YL member I save 24% off every YL purchase by being a wholesale member. If you’re interested in purchasing a Young Living starter kit I would love to help you get started. Click this link to get started!
This beautiful wood & glass diffuser, the Aria, is my favorite in the house. She was splurge but worth every single penny. It matches so many different rooms in my house but I keep her in the kitchen because that’s the room I’m mostly in. It can be purchased alone or with a starter kit.
This beautiful white diffuser is called the Desert Mist and it’s also from Young Living. It features the same output and color modes as the lantern but comes in this pretty mosaic pattern. I can be purchased alone or along our $165 wholesale kit.
I recently purchased this adorable macrame cover that fits nicely over the diffuser to give it a little bohemian look. You can get it HERE.
The first diffuser I ever received was the Dewdrop, this two-toned diffuser, that came with my very first starter kit. Mine has a green base but it’s since been changed to a gray base as to match more homes. It can also be purchased alone or with a kit.
Last, but not least is my favorite non-Young Living diffuser. I snagged this adorable gold one a few months ago and it looks so cute in my daughter’s pink and gold room.
At a price point of only $22, it’s a steal and perfect for anyone needing a 2nd diffuser after getting a starter kit.
Numerous places carry diffusers now but know, not all are created the same.
I picked up this little white one from TJ Maxx last year and it definitely was not worth the $20 I spent on it. It does work but I have to hit the ON button around 20 times for it to finally stick to put out the mist. It’s quite the pain in the rear end. My mama always told me, “You get what you pay for!”.