Friday, May 30, 2014

Pendant Diffusers for Essential Oils!

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 Boo recently made my Mom an amazing Terracotta pendant. Which we put on a necklace for her. Boo put some of her little jewels in it and my Mom LOVES it. One or two drops of oil is all you need to create your own personal diffuser. We used the crayola terracotta air-dry clay for this one. I loved my daughters addition of the jewels it makes it very personal. 

However if you don't want to go to the hassle of making your own Spark Naturals has some for the extremely reasonable price of $9.00  in five different styles.
Made from kiln-fired clay, the Terra Cotta Clay Pendants are the perfect personal diffuser for any essential oil user. They are naturally porous and as such allow for the absorption and subsequent release of essential oils so that they are easily breathed in throughout the day.
The Terra Cotta Pendants come with an adjustable waxed cotton cord which can be worn from roughly 15-30 inches in length based on your personal preference. Since the pendants are only 3/8" thick, they are relatively low profile and may be tucked in to clothing if desired.

To use, simply place the pendant on a flat surface and add 1 drop of Spark Naturals essential oil or blend. Wait until the oil is fully absorbed and then put it on. After several days, it may not be necessary to add essential oil every day. If the pendant becomes saturated, it is easy to clean with eco-friendly dish soap.

Terra Cotta Pendants are the perfect accessory for every essential oil user, and an affordable option for personal diffusing!

Remember always use my code 'chickens' to save 10%.

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