If you know an essential oiler, check out this list of the The 10+ Best Gifts For Essential Oil Lovers. There are diffusers, jewelry, and more.
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Essential oils get a bad rap, if I’m being honest. It’s summer, and we have a mosquito spray with essential oils on the porch next to one with chemicals. The essential oil one smells great, but I don’t think it does anything to keep the mosquitos away. I really think they enjoy the lavender/peppermint combination and come around for a sniff and a bite.
But, there are people who swear by essential oils. We all have that one family member who is always pushing homemade concoctions in roller bottles. I’m not saying since you can’t beat them, join them. But, you can indulge their passion and purchase them something off of our list of gifts for essential oil lovers.
Some are for the home, some are for the car, and some are for on the go.
And hey, maybe after you give the gift, your essential oil enthusiast friend will so excited that they’ll go try it out without trying to get you to dab some tea tree oil on your wrinkles.
This list of gifts for essential oil users isn’t our only gift list to help with your shopping. Head over to our Holiday Gift Guide for all our shopping lists.
The 10+ Best Gifts For Essential Oil Lovers
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Personally, we don’t have any essential oil brands that we’re loyal to. We only suggest one branded product in this list just because we wanted to put a starter kit on the list. Other than that, the other items on this list are products you can use with essential oils rather than single oils.
If your friend has been using essential oils for a long time, she might be brand loyal to Young Living, doTERRA, Rocky Mountain Oils, or another brand. So, if you’re shopping for someone who is already into oils, products are better to buy.
Guru Nanda Essential Oil Set
If your friend is just getting started using essential oils, picking them up some essential oil gift sets are a way to help. There are so many out there to choose from. We suggest this Guru Nanda Essential Oil Set because of what it contains (personally, we don’t have any essential oil brands that we’re loyal to, although I know most serious users do). The set comes with six basic essential oils: lavender, peppermint, eucalyptus, orange, lemongrass, and cedarwood.
None of those are carrier oils, which are (usually) vegetable based oils and need to be combined with other oils. So, you’ll want to pick them up some coconut oil or rosehip oil to go with this.
Aera Smart Diffuser
Essential oil diffusers are an amazing way to make your home smell wonderful. Plus, you can diffuse a specific combination of oils to help you sleep, focus, relax, etc.
What I love about this Aera Smart Diffuser is that you can control it over WiFi, it connects with your Alexa, and you can set it at certain intervals. So you can be coming home from work, turn it on, and your home will have the perfect welcoming vibe when you walk through the door.
“I Have An Oil For That” Zipper Pouch
When the iPhone first came out, all the commercials were saying, “There’s an app for that.” And I wanted the phone so badly because there was an app for everything. I remember one of the commercials had a level app. I didn’t have a need for a level, and definitely didn’t need a phone that had an app for when I needed a level, but it was great marketing.
And so is this “I Have An Oil For That” Zipper Pouch. Because really, every essential oil fan has some sort of oil for every ailment. So what better way to have all those oils ready at a moment’s notice than by carrying them in this super cute essential oil bag.
Essential Oil Diffuser Necklace
Essential oil jewelry is a pretty interesting concept. It’s a great way to take your oils on the go without having to carry around essential oil bottles everywhere you go.
This Essential Oil Diffuser Necklace has a dozen felt pads in different colors that you can add a few drops of essential oil to. Then, put the pad in the necklace, and you’re ready for the day.
What’s nice about the multiple colors is your gift recipient can change them out to match her outfit for the day, which means she’ll get a lot of use out of it.
Oil + Glass Recipe Book
Even experienced essential oilers can get inspiration from the Oil + Glass Recipe Book. It comes with 164 pages of essential oil DIY recipes, education and safety tips, step-by-step directions, and more.
Plus, it’s a beautiful hardcover spiral bound book that would look great sitting on a shelf next to a wooden essential oil holder.
Amazonite & Lava Stone Essential Oil Diffuser Necklace
Sorry not sorry, but I had to add another necklace to the list because this Amazonite & Lava Stone Essential Oil Diffuser Necklace is beautiful. I can’t get over it. I want to order it for myself and just wear it even without oils. So it really is a great gift idea for anyone.
The stones are small and delicate, so it’s definitely a piece that your recipient can wear daily as opposed to a statement piece that’s worn seldomly. She’ll add a drop or two of essential oil to the beads and put on the necklace. That’s it.
You can also get a coordinating Diffuser Bracelet to go with it, if you want to gift a set.
Car Essential Oil Diffuser
I used to spend so much time in my car when I worked for newspapers, driving around for events and interviews. So I would have loved this Car Essential Oil Diffuser then.
It hangs of the car’s vent with a small clothespin (that’s included). You add a couple drops right onto the felt balls and the oils keep the car smelling great all day long. It’s a really perfect gift for someone who commutes a while for work, a soccer mom who is always driving her kids around, or someone who spends time in their car for work (like an Uber driver).
There are six color choices to choose from, so you can match it to your recipient’s car or car’s interior so it blends right in.
Essential Oil Carrying Case
If your gift recipient travels often, this Essential Oil Carrying Case is a great idea for a gift. The travel case is padded and has pockets so it’s a good way to take oils on the go without worrying about them breaking.
Plus, it reminds me so much of a Caboodle from back in the day, so that’s just fun.
“There’s an oil for that.” sign
If your friend has a spot where she keeps all of her essential oils, this “There’s an oil for that.” sign is perfect to hang in that area.
The handmade sign is 12- x 4-inches, so it won’t take up too much wall space, but it’ll take up just enough. Sort of like her oil collection.
Wooden Essential Oil Box
This Wooden Essential Oil Box is so clean and crisp and will look great sitting on the counter. Your recipient can just open it, grab an oil, and close it. No mess from digging in a bag, taking out a ton of oils trying to find the one she wants.
This essential oil storage box also comes with stickers, so your recipient can label the tops of the bottles, meaning she doesn’t have to pull each one out individually when she’s looking for a certain one.
Acorn-Shaped Essential Oil Car Diffuser
How cute is this Acorn-Shaped Essential Oil Car Diffuser?
It can hang from the car’s rear view mirror and diffuse. Plus, it’s wooden, so it has a really nice natural feel to it.
You unscrew the top and there’s a small bottle inside. You fill that with your favorite essential oils, put the top back on, and give it a shake. Then, put it back in the acorn. The oils will diffuse through the holes in the top of the acorn. Brilliant.
Mini Wood Diffuser
This Mini Wood Diffuser is perfect for someone who has a little space on their desk or nightstand and want to put a diffuser there. It’s six-inches high, which makes it easy to fit anywhere.
Your recipient can put an essential oil bottle in the bottom of the handmade diffuser and the oil travels up through the leaves to diffuse the scent.
Natural Lava Stone Diffuser
This cute Natural Lava Stone Diffuser is a pretty way to diffuse some oil in a large room. It will be stronger in the area where the diffuser is placed, so be sure to tell your gift recipient that so she can arrange it appropriately.
The stone diffuser comes with a lid, so when that’s closed, the scent doesn’t escape. That’s perfect for somewhere like a home office where your gift recipient isn’t all day long.
Purchase Gifts For Essential Oil Fans Online:
These aren’t all of the gift ideas online, just the ones we consider to be the best essential oil gifts. We had to leave some out, like the Essential Oil Night Light above.
For more essential oil-themed gifts, check out the following stores below:
Also, be mindful of a store’s minimum cart total to qualify for free shipping. And consider instore or curbside pickup to avoid shipping charges.
Which of these gifts for essential oil lovers is your favorite? Let us know in the comments.