Best aromatherapy products according to redditors

We found 706 Reddit comments discussing the best aromatherapy products. We ranked the 444 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Aromatherapy Products:

u/LoSientoMrRoboto · 21 pointsr/SkincareAddiction
I like this one because it's not a plastic eye-sore. Although it only runs for 6-8 hours depending on how full you fill it.

Don't bother buying the next mL size up...its the exact same base as this one but with the fill line drawn up higher...

u/touched_by_uncle · 13 pointsr/pettyrevenge

As a squeamish female that lives on her own and is plagued with motherfucking Brown Recluse's on a daily basis this is the safest way to keep everything out of the house. Plus, your house will smell amazing.

u/nauticalmile · 13 pointsr/gundeals

Pair it with one of these

You'll thank me later.

u/Daheep · 13 pointsr/AsianBeauty

It's approximately 50% Witch Hazel, 25% Hyaluronic Acid (1% serum), 20% Glycerin, & the remaining 5% is a dropper full of Argan Oil & 2-3 drops of Tea Tree Oil. I stick it in a little dark blue glass bottle & give it a shake before use. The percentages work well for me, but you can change it up to suit your skin. The more Glycerin you add, the more sticky it gets, so keep that in mind. Also, keep the Tea Tree oil to a bare minimum, too much it it can definitely irritate your skin. You can try adding other stuff, but this combo work well for me; hydrating & a bit anti-inflammatory. All the ingredients are finished products that can be used on their own as well.

u/splat-blam · 12 pointsr/Indiemakeupandmore

I would suggest getting a wax melter and buying soy wax chips on Amazon in bulk. You can add your perfume directly into some chips (just a few drops after you had a handful of chips to the wax melter) and it will make your house smell just as amazing as you! (and you don't need to spend a ton more money) I found linen sprays really don't last that long (scent wise). Alternatively, you can also add drops of perfume to a diffuser. :D

u/rexmons · 10 pointsr/AmazonTopRated

I'm curious why you didn't link these oils, that have an average of 4.5 stars out of 7,873 reviews and instead linked ones that have 4.2 stars out of 12 reviews?

u/eff_you_fungus · 6 pointsr/NailFungus

My big toenail got totally ruined by fungus because I left it untreated for 2+ years. Tbh I didn't know what it was and thought it'd go away on its own. 

A year ago, during my trip to Bali, I was in the water so much that half of my toenail actually fell off! This is when I finally started doing research and treating it. I went through a 9 month phase where I slacked off because I was traveling a lot, which is why you see it get much worse. But about 3 months ago I decided I've had enough and took this to the next level. I've been extremely proactive in my routine and am finally seeing results!!! It's a lot of work but it's really encouraging to see improvements.

Here's how I'm doing it:

  • Keep it filed down using this electric nail drill (be really careful not to get carried away & use the slowest setting. stop if you feel ANY pain)
  • Keep it clean & trimmed I make sure the sides of my nail/cuticle are free of debri and keep my nails short using these tools
  • Make sure to disinfect all tools & surfaces using alcohol or hand sanitizer & soap
  • Brush your toe 2-3 times a day with a soft tip toothbrush and tea tree oil body wash (especially in morning and before going to bed)
  • Apply Tea tree oil & Coconut oil after brushing
    • Why: Several studies have shown that tea tree oil has antifungal properties. (source) Coconut oil also has antifungal properties and also smoothes out your skin & nail, which is key cuz tea tree oil makes it really dry and rough
    • How: You can do it by hand, but to make it easier I bought this mini refillable perfume spray bottle, filled it up with tea tree oil & coconut oil 50/50. So all I gotta do is spray it on my toe after I brush and dry
  • Apply Vicks vaporub I apply this along with the tea tree oil & coconut oil once a day or so
  • Apply Urea Cream at night in addition to the tea tree oil & coconut oil
    • Numerous studies have shown combination therapy of urea and an antifungal agent to be an effective treatment for onychomycosis. Urea functions to soften the nail plate, which can enhance the passage of antifungal medications to the underlying nail bed.
  • Footsoaks I've done footsoaks 2-3 times a week for 30 min each. Recently I've been combining 2 part warm water, 1 part vinegar (distilled white or ACV), and like 5 tbsp baking soda. Sometimes I only do baking soda. Sometimes I add a few drops of tea tree oil. Sometimes I soak just with bleach & water. But if you do the bleach & water, make sure you use regular bleach (not the splashless kind). Anyways as you can tell, I kinda mix it up when it comes to footsoaks
    • In the lab, plain old sodium bicarbonate limited growth of the most common types of fungi that cause skin and nail infections. (source)
    • Vinegar can protect against bacteria, fungi, and other harmful microbes, so putting it into a foot soak could have potential benefits for the feet. source
  • Antifungal foot powder I use this foot powder anytime I wear shoes to keep it as dry as possible
  • Try to stay bare feet as much as possible
  • Put toe in sunlight as much as you can fungus hates the sun
  • Clean socks I change into fresh clean socks constantly
  • Handwash & sanitize socks I handwash all of my socks by soaking them in this collapsible dish tub with super hot water, laundry detergent, and a few drops of dettol, which is this super concentrated antiseptic liquid that kills the fungus
  • Spray on sanitizer If I'm ever lazy, I carry this hand sanitizer spray to spray my toenail before going to bed. I also spray this in my shoes & flip flops at night. I also use this to spray down my nail filer, sink, hands, etc. to not spread fungus.
u/atomicwun · 6 pointsr/popping
u/beardtamer · 5 pointsr/Watches

This has a different color scheme, but a similar diver bezel. The solar seiko line is really pretty good imo if you are ok with quartz.

This one is more or less a similar color profile, but with a leather strap. I quite like it but it's up to you.

There are a butt-ton of others, it just take a bit of looking. It's hard for me to know what parts of the style is specifically the part you want. Do you want a "diver" look with a bezel, do you just like Rose gold accents, do you need a white face? Ect.

u/brentus · 4 pointsr/Psoriasis

Yes! Castor Oil has been the best thing I've done to control my psoriasis. I have it on my hands and castor oil is incredibly refreshing when applied. I've tried a few different types and have been most satisfied with this kind:

u/Wonder-Cat · 4 pointsr/Indiemakeupandmore

I bought a diffuser on amazon for around $20 and use it frequently with perfume oils I like, but I don't like on my skin. It works great and a little oil goes a long way!

u/goodtalker · 4 pointsr/MakeupRehab

Not exactly a makeup/skincare recommendation, but do you have a humidifier you love? I have one that says it creates an "invisible mist," but I've been running it for 5 days straight in my bedroom and the water level hasn't dropped AT ALL. Humidity level doesn't feel like it has changed at all in the room--I still wake up with a dry, tight face and a dry, bloody nose.

It's been a while since I've shopped for one, and I'm honestly overwhelmed by the options. They all look so different now! Bonus points for one that's not gigantic, hideous, or super loud.

u/GrwnUpPonyo · 4 pointsr/sexover30

I have 3 of this humidifier in my house. The kids use the light as a night light and I like it for the ambiance occasionally. I also bought this set of essential oils to go with it; just a few drops at every use and it humidifies and smells nice. I use the lavender and orange the most and have reordered larger bottles of that. Eucalyptus is great for when we're sick. I think I'm going to get a much bigger one that will last all night. This one is only good for a couple of hours.

For shoes, I just have a LOT. At least 50 pairs of my own. IKEA has some very inexpensive options that look like furniture. I use a similar one to this in the family area for the most commonly used. I use under-bed storage for boots and seasonal shoes. I use [these closet hangers] for most of my heels. And yes, that's still not enough.

u/iloveacorns · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Sure! I use a mix of castor, grapeseed, and argan oil. Jojoba didn't work that well for me. This is the castor:


I can't find the argan I bought anymore, but it was similar in price and quality to this:

The castor and grapeseed I bought at whole foods, those same brands. They have a ton of oils. Then I cleanse with cerave foaming:

And just regular Nivea cream, the kind that comes in a tin. They also have big tubs of it:

Hope this helps! You can buy all of the products at whole foods and target.

Also! I'm not sure if the rest of my routine is something everyone would agree with. It's very barebones, and I know some people prefer incorporating more steps and using other products. I just use those because I haven't been able to find anything else that I like that also doesn't breaks me out.

u/FuckTheAdmins · 3 pointsr/HomeKit
u/heartsutra · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I've never had trouble with small amounts of jojoba oil mixed with my moisturizer, so I don't think I'm allergic to it, but maybe I should try something different just in case.

The castor oil felt very heavy to me, and not at all drying (I used this brand). How thoroughly are you supposed to rinse off the oil when you're done massaging it? Maybe I left too much on?

u/Lulzorr · 3 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

you can buy menthol crystals and dilute it with PG to make your own mixture that will last years for like 12$.

120ml of propylene glycol.

2oz of menthol crystals.

2oz is way, way too much so if you can buy less definitely do. crush up 1g of menthol crystals and add it to a spare, clean bottle. drop in 10ml of PG for a 10% dilution or 20ml for a 5% dilution. etc. After it's mixed heat the bottle slightly in a warm water bath and shake until the crystals dissolve. You can make this as strong as you want up to a point. Solubility in Propylene Glycol is up to 50% and solubility in alcohol (everclear) is greater than 100%.

after you've made this dilution add exactly one drop to a juice you'd like to have a menthol kick to it. This is why this mixture will last a very long time. if you have another clean bottle you might want to try a small amount mentholated before you destroy the whole thing with more than 2 drops. also, starting with 1 drop will help you learn how much menthol you need. you can't go backwards, there is no undo-ing a drop. you'll have more room to screw up if you make a 5% diliution instead of a 10% one.

I did this about half a year ago, 10% in a 30ml bottle and use it pretty regularly. i am not even halfway through the mixture. I only used 3g of the menthol and have around 20g left.

as an aside if you end up sick and your nose clogs up you can drop .5g of menthol crystals into boiling water and inhale deeply. You'll clear right up every time with the added bonus of turning the surrounding area into a mentholated biohazard zone/war crime.

u/AlexaviortheBravier · 3 pointsr/ftm

No problem.

I had some issues where I kept changing something in it and messing all my progress up. Been doing much better now that I realized I was the problem. Seems like a lot in writing, but it really isn't much.

  • Wash hands

  • Wash face with Cetaphil gentle skin cleanser gently using kojac sponge

  • Pat dry with washcloth

  • Apply Thayers Rose Petal Witch Hazel with Aloe Vera with a cotton square/circle

  • After shaking to mix, pat on CeraVe Moisturizing Cream to which I had previously added almost .5 fl oz/15mL of 100% pure tea tree oil. (I think I read that it should be no more than 10% tea tree oil.) Last time I used Now tea tree oil but I have also used Jason.

  • Wait a while and sunscreen before going out, added to help scarring. Not sure if the one I had been using was good for my skin though so I won't put a brand here.

    I mainly use the kojac sponge because it cuts down on me picking the flacky skin off my face which tended to be the gateway to me picking acne or peeling off scabs.



    (I do my face wash last step in the shower even though places tend to recommend against it because of the heat; if I turned up the heat a lot during my shower, I turn it down to wash my face. It seemed to me that I used more heat in the sink after showering since my hands can stand heat better than the rest of my body.)

  • Wash face and neck with Hado Labo Rohto Gokujyn Hyaluronic Acid Cleansing Foam (Harsher so I prefer it at night.)

  • Pat dry with towel before drying any other part of my body. (I go face, hair, upper back, rest of me and don't lay a towel on my back after showering since that seemed to cause acne.)

  • Apply Thayers Rose Petal Witch Hazel with Aloe Vera with a cotton square/circle

  • After shaking to mix, pat on Differin Gel

  • Pat on same CeraVe Moisturizing Cream as above to face and neck.

    Shower details:

    I use shampoo/conditioner that doesn't contain sulfates. I know my one friend realized that sulfates in her shampoo were likely what was causing her back to break out. I use this which is expensive but it lasts me a year even though I tend to overuse it.

    I also wash in the following order: shampoo, conditioner (leave in), private areas with water, wash my hands with my body soap (Dr. Bronner's), then my shoulders/back before any other part since that seemed to cut down on back acne as well. Last, in order, I wash my armpits, groin (not the inside of genitals, I mean my groin pit?? [Where my leg bends] I cover my genitals to keep soap out of that area.), feet. Then I rinse out the conditioner and do my face wash routine.

    Edit: Also forgot to mention that I avoid letting soap sit on my skin. Trial and error seems to show that that causes me to breakout as well so I rinse it off as I go.

    I don't change my pillowcase every night but I flip them. I have two pillows I sleep on and I sleep once on each before changing the pillowcase.

    I would definitely recommend changing one thing or adding one thing at a time and patch testing if you can.

    ETA: If your acne is severe, I'd still recommend a dermatologist when you can go. Or maybe talking to your primary doctor even. My HRT prescriber, for my acne, prescribed me Doxycycline and Tretinoin at one point. I don't use either, currently, but you can try using a non-dermatologist if you don't have any other option.

    Edit2: Clarified some minor things.
u/Praise_the_boognish · 3 pointsr/Weakpots

> Which is your favorite?

Cedarwood and lemongrass right now. Those and copaiba with coconut oil for a carrier is what I'm using on my beard currently. I just ordered some Sandalwood and Jojoba oil, so we'll see how those go. I like cinnamon, rosemary, clary sage and orange combo around Xmas time.

In a couple months it's gonna all about the woodsy, citrus vibe. I've got lemon, lime, orange, grapefruit, bergamot, spearmint and peppermint, tea tree and eucalyptus already. I'll play with those and see what combo I like. This is the set I originally bought that got me started.

u/kuntsnuggles · 2 pointsr/DIY

DO NOT use home fragrance oils, they're meant to be burned it's not good for your skin at all. Those could work for candles though. Not well, but they work.

try stuff like this

u/ViciousJungleChicken · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

Crazy cat lady here, I have four in my apartment. Unless they are lying to me, everyone that comes over is always shocked I have cats because it doesn't smell like it "should". I have two air purifiers in the house these and I have this one that sits directly on top of the litter box. I've had my four cats around 10 years and also fostered probably about... 30. So I feel like I've tried it all and I finally have a good ritual and set up. I use this litter box because it's big and tall which they prefer but also easy to get inside when it's time to clean. I use this track mat because so far it's really done the best to keep the litter from traveling far from the box. And like you, I clean it 2-3 times a day. The litter that is. I use this litter which is LIGHT YEARS better than anything else I've ever used. One of my cats also has horrible allergies and this is the one litter I've found that she doesn't react to. It also doesn't dust so you don't have to constantly feel like poofs of litter are showing up around the house or on the carpet or furniture. I also vacuum every single day. I have one vacuum I use for the floor where there may be litter tracked and another I use that never touches litter. I think this is fairly important. This vacuum honestly is the best I've found for hair. Miracle worker. Unless you can afford the Dyson Animal. I also have this spray that I'll use for my carpet and fabric once a month or so and I feel like it makes a huge difference. And then lastly I also keep windows open whenever I can and I have this diffuser and put oil in it a few times a week and let it run for a bit, plus it looks cool with the lights :) Oh! and one last thing that I think is great... put one of those cardboard scratch pads near the litter box so the cat has to step over it to get anywhere else. Like off the track mat but near the box. I do this and all the cats inevitably use the scratch pad for fun when walking by it but I'm convinced it also cleans their paws from any litter left over before they start walking around the rest of the house!

u/honeybri · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

/u/intoxikate is awesome like... really awesome.

The best thing I can think to tell you is that PUMPKIN CIDER is in the Bevmo near my house right now!!!! I'm seriously excited about this.

I like using these from my misc wish list for making my house and toilet smell good. Did you know lemongrass smells very similar to Fruit Loops?

u/DarkOctober · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

To: sassyma

From: DarkOctober

Now that it's a new day, I hope you're feeling a little better and your good karma is starting to kick in. Just in case it hasn't, karma, quick!

Weird and random things happen to me all the time. One of the latest things to happen was just the other day, my boyfriend and I were quoting Robin Hood, Men in Tights and the line was, "A toll is a toll. And a roll is a roll. If we don't get no toll's, then we don't eat no rolls" (I think we were making rolls for dinner). Now, keep in mind this movie is from the 1993, so it was totally random. Now for the weird part. I very rarely venture out of RAOA cause most people are dicks, but I ended up clicking on a thumbnail and reading the comments. Third comment from the top was the quote we had been saying from Robin was pretty weird to say the least!

If I win, I would love this peppermint oil($6.15 under new and used with free shipping) I like to put a few drops on a tissue then suck it up in my vacuum for a nice clean scent :) Thanks for the contest!

u/LimpingOx · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Last Friday as a university student!

On a less happy note... I was hoping somebody might shed a little light on something for me. I was reading the oil guide posted today, and it specified that argan oil MUST smell nutty in order to be real. I've heard this before, but for whatever reason just decided to smell my own (here)... and it smells like nothing! I've seen others mention this brand before without it being dismissed a fake, but maybe somebody knows something that I don't?

u/Gaming_Gal · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Oooh I have always wanted one of those. I have tried one at a friend's house and never really got to buy one. Aromatherapy is really relaxing to me and uh FLAX. And for fabric any polka dots or anything lime green is preferred if not, totally ok :D

u/designtofly · 2 pointsr/Wetshaving

Amazon and eBay are easy sources.

u/BadWolf_Bae · 2 pointsr/ShitMomGroupsSay

This is the one I got, but there different ones that hold more water and look more appealing. This one does the job though!

u/exponentialism · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddictionUK

I have very dry skin, and would say that most of the moisturisers I've tried - including some highly recommended - had the same problem of them not doing much except for the first couple of hours. Two things that appeared to have a more long term effect are Mineral Oil (baby oil is scented mineral oil, so if you can put up with the smell it's a cheap easy way of getting some) and products with Hyaluronic Acid, which helps your skin hold more moisture. For the latter, the Ordinary is a good way to get some on a budget, and a few of their other products have Hyaluronic acid added in too.

You should also wear sunscreen whenever you leave the house. I got this Altruist sunscreen after seeing it recommended in this subreddit, and it's great value, no white cast or pilling, and gets on well with my dry skin.

u/GothicCastles · 2 pointsr/Amsterdam

Weird question: where can I buy an electric scent diffuser (similar to this) in Amsterdam?

Edit: Thanks for the answers! Now to choose one...

u/armchairingpro · 2 pointsr/blogsnark

I bought a humidifier that also does oil diffusing. We got it when we both got kind of sick with crappy coughs a few months back. I don't know if it actually helps, but I doubt it hurts.

My SO is an incense type of dude so he's enjoying putting in eucalyptus oil in the evening when we're just sitting around or watching TV. I bought this one and it's going strong, so far. It lasts all night.

u/pmrp · 2 pointsr/fragrance

I have one of these ultrasonic water misters vs the more expensive, but apparently more effective nebulizers that mists pure oil.

I’m still messing around with the right scents and amounts, but have tried a variety of essential oils to varying effects. A word of caution, as explained in the linked article, regarding kids, pets, and asthma. I personally experienced an incident where my dog had a severe asthmatic reaction to citrus oils I was diffusing. Needless to say, that halted my diffuser experimentation for some time.

I actually wonder whether using wearable fragrances (and their higher amounts of synthetics and IFRA regulations) would be safer then all-natural essential oils. For example, my boys had horrible eczema when we used to bathe them with an all-natural/organic/free-range/kosher/virgin/blah-blah lavender soap. Turns out, they were extremely sensitive to lavender essential oils. Our dermatologist explained that an all-natural oil contains thousands of potential allergens, whereas a synthetic lavender is usually only composed of a few molecules, thus lowering your chances of sensitivity. This, combined with the ongoing IFRA regulation on ingredients (which I don’t think essential oils are subject to?), makes me think it the safer path.

Can anyone say definitely (with science!) that using wearable fragrances with diffusers is better or worse than essential oils?

u/RichardBLine · 2 pointsr/HomeKit

Put a few ethernet taps in every room, including the garage and bathrooms. Place an outlet above the kitchen cabinets so you can plug in any light strips of your choice. Put lights in the kitchen cabinets, so that you can turn them on by a smart switch.

For the garage door opener, this is what I use:

I've had the Schlage Sense for two years and it works great. The batteries really last a year.

Look into buy the Aqara hub on AliExpress:

Once you buy the hub, the door and window sensors are cheaper than any other Homekit sensors and are faster:

They have a curtian controller that's also good:

For shades, Ikea will be releasing their product in April. Lutron Serena shades are also great.

For dimmer switches, look into the iDevices dimmer switches:

They are more expensive than most other homekit dimmers, but are very reliable. They also go on sale often.

There is a Homekit diffuser that's really nice:

Use website Camelcamelcamel to keep track of price drops.

Go to the Homenetworking subreddit: and get advice on the best router for your needs and the best way to hook it up.

u/h34r · 2 pointsr/GiftIdeas

Consumables like super fancy coffee, or a hot sauce set, gourmet salt and pepper grinders something like this, or how about an aromatherapy diffuser with some various essential oils like lavender and sweet orange?

Edit: I can see how a diffuser might not work with allergies but since it's just drops of pure oil into water with no additives and not applied to the skin, maybe things like tea tree oil or spearmint (or something you know for sure she isn't allergic to) won't bother her.

u/CH4C4RR0N · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Hey everyone,

I suffer from Seborrheic dermatitis, so the only products I am using are from this helpful list. I am currently using the Benton Aloe Propolis Soothing Gel mixed with The Ordinary's Squalane and the Vanicream Gentle Facial Cleanser and for the first time I feel like I am having actual success.

So I wanted to make the next step and introduce sunscreen. I ordered the CōTZ FACE Natural Tinted
SPF 40
, but unfortunately it breaks me out.

I definitely wanted a mattifying sunscreen, since regardless of which product I am using, I always get noticeably oily/greasy 1-2 hours after applying products. So to try other sunscreens from that list, I ordered the Biore Uv Perfect Face Milk Spf50 + / Pa ++++ and the Skin Aqua Super Moisture Milk (SPF50 PA ++++). It is going to take some time until they arrive, but I thought I could already ask some questions:

According to Fiftyshadesofsnail the Skin Aqua Super Moisture Milk dries down to a clear satin finish that can go more matte or more dewy depending on your skin condition and what skincare you have underneath. Considering my situation, it might end up too dewy for me. My inital idea was to simply apply it over my Benton Aloe Propolis Gel + Squalane mix and in case that this will end up too dewy, I wanted to test using this over the Benton Gel without the squalane. However if this still ends up being too dewy, would it be okay to use the Skin Aqua Super Moisture Milk without any actual moisturizer under it, or would I be missing out on some important skin benefits?

My next question would be if the Vanicream Gentle Facial Cleanser will be enough to remove the Biore and the Skin Aqua sunscreens. I have read somewhere that I might need an oil cleanser for this. I currently have this Mystic Moments White Mineral Oil Carrier Oil 100% Pure, but I didn't like how it doesn't really get off when using water. I have read that if you mix it with 10-15% cromollient SCE it'll be better, but I live in Europe, Germany and I don't know where I can get that here.

Thank you for any kind of help!

u/the_92_Virus · 2 pointsr/battlestations
u/grauenwolf · 2 pointsr/WTF

Since there seems to still be some confusion

Pepperment Extract

Pepperment Oil

One is a drug used for upset tummies (and apparently rat control), the other a yummy flavoring for candies and cookies.

u/mouthie · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Fear cuts deeper than swords.

1 something grey

2 something reminiscent of rain Well it's a rainbow necklace and without rain you don't get a rainbow ;)

3 unusual food related item um yeah talk about yummy dreams hehe

4 something for someone else a psy gangnam guy mask for Liz. She swears she's going to marry that man lol

5 a book you should read One of my favorite memoirs of all time by Frank McCourt growing up dirt poor in Ireland. I would like to read a thousand times

6 item less than a dollar an mp3 from the 80s oh yeah!!

7 something about cats, nothing on my list, will edit soon

8 something beautiful but not useful this shirt is lovely but I have no clue where I'd ever wear it.

9 a movie Grease!! Everyone should see it because it's effing amazing!

10 for hurting zombies You could attack them with this amazing pizza cutter that looks like a saw!!

11 profound impact would be this awesome stream mop, cleaning is getting difficult for me sure to health issues and this would make life easier

12 add on item eyebrow shapers

13 most expensive I have no computer at the moment. I use a kindle. I need a computer to keep me business organized amongst other reasons.

14 bigger than a bread box, well a bread box could fit inside this laundry bag

15 This pretty ring is smaller than a golf ball

16 This peppermint oil smells wonderful

17 sfw toy would be this belching hamburger keychain

18 back to school zipper pouch to keep your lunch money in

19 my current obsession is kitchen or cooking gadgets hence this adorable ice cream cone hinged container

20 awe inspiring....umm sock monkey headphones...amiright??

Bonus item made in Oregon hand warmer clay mug

Bonus item

u/Sexy-hitler · 2 pointsr/beards

I know this is an old thread, but I saw your question never really got answered.

Carrier oil, the oil that makes up the majority of your mix, can probably be found your local health food store, organic grocery, hippie/smoke shop or maybe even Fred Meyer. You can also get essential oils from the same places. They're the oil that puts off the smell, and they can have benefits in themselves.

Or honestly you can order everything you need from Amazon.

Jojoba oil (carrier oil):

Cederwood oil (essential oil):

Tea tree oil (essential oil):

Start with an ounce (30ml) of jojoba oil, add the tea tree and cederwood oils in one drop each at a time.

This should get you started, from here it's just about experimenting and figuring out what you like

u/chrrie · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

I got this diffuser and these oils. No issues with either other than the oils smell too delicious. It's all good though, I'm passing them on to my mom who has trouble eating enough due to a recent surgery, so it kind of all worked out in the end!

u/daisycraze88 · 2 pointsr/mentalhealth

I've found it helpful with sleep. I typically use lavender at night and it really calms me. Using it during the day has been somewhat helpful but I've noticed if I'm around the scent too long or it's too strong I'll get a headache. I'm sure everyone is slightly different, but I will say it's definitely helped. I got into a routine of using it at nighttime about an hour before bed. I would turn it on while getting ready for bed then spend about an hour awake with it just relaxing. I tried to get into a routine with it so my body and mind would understand it's time to relax and settle down. Honestly that in itself has done wonders for me. I don't use it as often during the day as I do at night. I have close friends who have diffuser bracelets and necklaces and they've said good things about those.

This is the oil and diffuser I purchased off Amazon. I wasn't looking to spend a lot since it was my first time using either but I'm really happy with both products! Eden's Garden has tons more than just lavender if you'd prefer something else!

Lavender Eden's Garden

Essential Oil Diffuser

Edit: Added more info about how I use it at night.

u/newfangl3d · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddictionUK

No problem! My 'recipe' is 90% mineral oil + 10% Polysorbate 20 (can get from ebay) and 3 drops of tea tree oil. Put it in a pump bottle which water can't get into, otherwise you'd also need to add a preservative.

Edit I bought my Polysorbate 20 and Mineral oil from amazon. The tea tree oil is optional.

u/DevIceMan · 2 pointsr/microgrowery

Reverse Osmosis

TLDR: Has anyone gone from tap-water to Reverse Osmosis and noticed a major difference?

I just bought a RO system a few days ago, which has not arrived yet. Water locally is quite terrible, between 150-450ppm (yes, seen it that bad) & it smells/tasted bad all year. I suspect there's a lot of chlorine in the water too.

I suspect the chlorine, and chloramine is killing off beneficial bacteria & the high PPM may be partially locking out some nutrients. Worst case, I just have really clean water to drink!


TLDR: Has anyone increased the humidity in an indoor grow, or greenhouse and seen positive results?

I suspect the humidity in my grow tent is way too low. I don't know the exact RH, I'm fairly certain it's below 20%, especially in the winter. Some of the plants also 'drink' water at an incredible rate, of more than a gallon-per-week.

I understand humidity can also encourage fungus, but I haven't had that problem since I did a better job sealing the top of my hydro-buckets & improving air-circulation.

I purchased one of these yesterday (also not arrived), and depending on results, it may be inside or outside (but near) the grow tent.

Your thoughts/experiences?

edit: I'm primarily growing peppers, herbs, and asparagus. Asparagus is doing great. Pepper plants are very healthy, plenty of flowers, little-to-no fruit. Herbs (basil, mint, etc) doing just fine.

u/TechyEsq · 2 pointsr/migraine

Yay! I'm so happy to find someone I can help with this! Here's what I use -

You can do what I said above or use an oil diffuser by your bed when you lie down.

u/TAEHSAEN · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I'm finally ready to switch to natural solutions to heal my horrific skin. But how should I actually apply these products?

I did a lot of research and figured out that these products were proven to be a good solutions to naturally heal one's skin. I've tried all the oil products (except Argan) on my face and hands and I haven't had any breakouts as a result but haven't seen much improvement either. Now that I got all these things, I really have no idea on how to use them together in a constructive routine.

If anyone was wondering, the products are (in order):

Argan Oil (Beauty by Earth):

Shea Butter (Beauty by Shea):

Castor Oil (Heritage Store):

Almond Oil (Now Foods, WARNING: Don't get this because its not "Cold-Pressed" which is better for your skin):

Virgin Coconut Oil (Nutiva, they don't make the one I got anymore):

u/Mach10X · 2 pointsr/abv

You can cook a coconut oil extraction on a stove top on very low heat, but you have to watch it closely and stir very often. Consider making a double boiler, put a small pot into a big pot with simmering water. A slowcooker is just a safe way to prevent overheating the oil, though I would strongly recommend getting one not just for ABV but for cooking in general, especially for turning cheap cuts of meat from tough and terrible into mouthwateringly delicious.

Go to a heathfood or vitamin store like GNC and get some soy lecithin, grind up the ABV by hand if you have to or with a coffee grinder, mix coconut oil, ABV powder and lecithin in the small pot, put that into the bigger pot with water that is barely boiling or even a step down from boiling so it's too hot to keep your hand in but not yet boiling. Let it sit for 2 hours heating, stirring and topping off water after about an hour. Remove from the heat and let it cool, pop it in the freezer for at least 2 hours. Repeat the heat and freeze steps at least one more time.

You can substitute propylene glycol or vegetable glycerine if you can't find lecithin, you can even put nothing extra in but it wont be as potent. You can even forego the grinding and still get a good result, but if you have access to a freezer please do freeze it as it makes a huge difference. Heat > freeze > heat > freeze, it really helps release all the goodies as the freezer makes ice crystals that shreds the ABV on the cellular level.

Once you have your coconut oil (you can use cheap coconut oil, I use this stuff: ), I also add in a few drops of lemongrass oil, some believe the myrcene in it helps with potency, even if that's bull it still helps make it smell better and helps with any burps you get eating the oil not tasting like ass. If you're the type that tends to get gas from eating ABV you can help a bit by pouring the hot oil through a cheese cloth lined wire mesh strainer, you'll have to go slow and help force the oil through with a rubber spatula or something like that since the oil will start to filter through very slowly.

u/Buckid · 1 pointr/Beekeeping
u/eva_destruction_ · 1 pointr/Dermatology

I was having this issue too about a month ago! I was putting chapstick on like crazy and it wasn't helping. I think it is because I drool at night, which I read can be a cause (which if you started using the invisilign it would make sense that it might be trapping bacteria in your mouth and drool). It does look like angular cheilitis, but I'm not a doctor.

I'd try some tea tree oil mixed with some vitamin E oil. Tea tree oil is a natural antifungal, antibacterial, and antimicrobial, and you don't need to use a lot (it's potent!) so it is an effective an inexpensive treatment. You can usually find tea tree oil at the pharmacy or the grocery store, but if not you can get it online or at health food type stores. The vitamin E oil they should have at the pharmacy or grocery store as well, but if you have any vitamin E capsules you can crack one open and apply it.

I also read that this problem can occur when your immune system is weakened, which can happen when you're stressed or haven't been eating enough nutritional foods. It wouldn't hurt to add a multivitamin and some vitamin C. I know when I started taking vitamins, the corners of my mouth cleared up in a couple weeks.

u/um_hi_there · 1 pointr/essentialoils

I have a small, cheapy one from Amazon, and it's perfect. It was maybe $15 on sale. I don't think you need to spend a lot on one, or get a big one. The small ones will go for hours on the intermittent setting, which is the way to go.

Mine is something like this, but like I said, whichever one it was, I didn't pay full price.

u/alaskaline · 1 pointr/ibs

I also react poorly with any SSRI antidepressant, but this is an old tricyclic antidepressant which has very minimal side effects. You take it right before bed so you'll wake up a bit groggy. But the rest of the day is pretty smooth.

Try peppermint oil immediately. It will give you instant relief.


I usually shoot it with a shot glass and chug water to chase it. It's been a life-saver.

u/robemmy · 1 pointr/Watches

It's using somewhat deceptive marketing. The phrase "affordable luxury" will never go down well on this sub.

I take it you're looking for a somewhat dressy chronograph around the $100-200 dollar mark? Here's my suggestion:

If you really love the design of the first one you linked (with the blue face) and are willing to spend a little more, the Christopher Ward Malvern Chrono is a similar looking watch:

u/ColinAllCarz · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Forgot to answer migraine question. Excedrin kind of helps, but I'm a bit gun shy of that medication. I took it for a while and actually got hooked - ugly, huh? I've seen a neurologist and suffered from migraines since my teenage years. At one point I had them as much as three times a week. I'm on Topamax daily preventive and have a couple of reactive options as well. OTC stuff doesn't work too well.

Few things you might try immediately at onset:

  • Antihistamine like benadryl washed down with a coke or coffee. The combo of antihistamine and caffeine work well - I found this out from a friend who paid about $5000 Stanford study.

  • Peppermint essential oil rubbed into your temples and forehead. I even get up into my hairline where my migraine is. I don't know if you've seen the product Head-On, but this works better. Lavender essential oil works okay rubbed onto your pillow (or a drop on your light bulb as a ghetto diffuser), but hasn't worked quite as well for me.

  • Lastly, I made a very large cool pack. I bought a high thread-count, hypoallergenic pillowcase and filled it with sushi rice. I sprinkled it with lavender essential oil and keep it in the freezer. Bam - way cheaper than something you'd buy online.
u/Erynmarieyo · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

this is what you're going to buy! :)

retail therapy

u/miss_rosie · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

retail therapy

here is what you're gonna get!

u/weedconnoiseur · 1 pointr/trees

I bought this because it was on Prime and was cheap enough to test it out. I was also looking at the pure myrcene that is about double the cost shipped. It does look like it's food grade but I wasn't sure if it was worth it just to test out how myrcene acts as a potentiator. Considering the capsules smell like a metric fk ton of lemon after I store them. Also, my burps tastes like a super lemonhead candy bomb went off in my gut. It doesn't really bother me but, I could see other having an issue potentially. Hope that helps :)

u/Wus_Good · 1 pointr/battlestations

That is an essential oil diffuser from amazon.

URPOWER Aromatherapy Essential Humidifier Ultrasonic

u/someinvisiblehand · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I'm not sure what you mean about the 5% tea tree oil? This is the one I have:*Version*=1&*entries*=0

Which states it's 100% tea tree oil. I'm not sure if that's what you are talking about or not. Additionally, I have a potential allergy to benzoyl peroxide (it's been a top ingredient in 3 different serums I've tried that all gave me a rash on my face) so I stay away from it.

I've been trying to look around for some reputable sources to determine whether or not it's bad to apply the oil directly to your skin. The best source I've found has been WebMD, which states that you can apply 100% pure tea tree oil directly to the face. Most articles, including this one, are indicating that unless you have sensitive skin, there shouldn't be any issues.

u/Str8_Pillin · 1 pointr/asktrp

Axe body spray and black ice air fresheners.

For real, basic stuff like dishes, laundry (clothes and sheets), trash, old shit in the refrigerator. General maintenance will keep the smells from mysteriously appearing.

And then, get a candle. You don't need 20. Not every square inch of your place needs to smell like mangos and lilacs. If you have 1, and the rest of the place smells like nothing because you're not an animal and you clean, then that should be enough to give the illusion of your whole house smelling like that first room

EDIT: And if you really want to go all out, this thing works pretty good from what i've seen. I don't actually have one.

u/lukelmiller · 1 pointr/HomeKit

Vocolinc Flower Bud is fun for a beginner it has both a light and a diffuser all for $50. I recommend it to people who are getting started.
Amazon link here

u/Muawiyaibnabusufyan · 1 pointr/HomeKit

This can help I believe but people have mentioned HomeKit connection is glichy as in it often goes non-responsive

u/stealyourfaceforabit · 1 pointr/shrooms

Can’t find the link for my specific model, but I got this one for a friend and she loves it


u/nighttvales · 1 pointr/Indiemakeupandmore

Yep! I have this guy.

I haven't had luck with primarily tea scents on my skin yet so I usually just away, but this sounds so nice I'd pick it up for my home! If it works on my skin that's just a bonus. Thank you for your feedback. It's definitely going on my wishlist.

u/smoothcam72 · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I use a few drops of tea tree oil in a small bowl of cool water, get my hands wet with the mixture and coat my entire foot. It'll probably sting a bit the first few times if it's as bad as you describe, but it'll improve fairly quickly.

u/bmalbert81 · 1 pointr/AskMen
u/DaLastMeheecan · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction
u/PopeofStraya · 1 pointr/Watches
The seiko perpetual calendar chronograph in rose gold would be quite similar

u/j_u_x · 1 pointr/muji

I was in the store about to buy one but eventually put it back because I couldn't stomach paying $120 for the large diffuser. You can find many copies on Amazon for a 1/5th of the price.

I talked with people who worked at store and they told me there is a lifetime warranty on the diffusers, even though it doesn't say anywhere on the website. This was in SF.

u/ThePinkPanther2 · 1 pointr/AskMenOver30

A lot of the recommendations so far are pretty solid. In your case because you travel so much, I would also suggest using smell (aromatherapy) to enhance your life. The way that some thing or some place smells is key to our experience of that object or location. When we are most moved, our senses directly inscribe our remembrances. Even our mood and behavior is influenced by smell.

I caution against using air fresheners, or aromatherapy, as a daily practice simply because of possible side effects (e.g. air quality, migraine, etc.). But in moderation, it has been known to help alleviate stress and other psychological issues.

When you travel half the day on the road, you may be cutting yourself off from a huge range of scents that people take for granted. By testing different essential oils and using a small portable diffuser like this one or an even smaller one like this, you could easily create a self-care travel kit that provides you with some extra comfort.

u/cymeks · 1 pointr/yoga

I use Desert Essence Tea Tree Oil Skin Ointment for the cold (lips, cheeks, neck). And the regular Tea Tree Oil to help with breakouts. Quick applications after shower. I try to buy the 1-2 oz. Smaller and easier to carry around.

u/Jenn1555 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Just Breathe!

Aroma Therapy Kit Its highest priority on my wishlist. It fits this catagory because I use scents to calm myself down

u/KProxy · 1 pointr/bigboobproblems

Cold pressed castor oil. I don't fancy the smell of something like coconut on my skin and clothes and the castor oil works much better than coconut oil. It's a little on the drier side and I mix it with my favorite lotion.

u/whatrosasaid · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I think I may get this tripod, so I can do more video stuff with my phone. Wholesome video stuff. Comedy stuff. dig the whole deeper, Rosa.

But I'm also eyeing this paired with this so I can start focusing relaxing at home, and maybe it'll convince me to clean my room. MAYBE.

u/ajj0061 · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I bought 1 ounce of Aura Cacia Organic Argan Oil for ~$10 at Whole Foods! Love it! :)

u/Lt-SwagMcGee · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

Its both. This is the one I have at home.

You can get cheaper ones on Amazon like this one.

As for essential oils, I find that lemongrass, eucalyptus and tea tree oils emulate a Thai massage parlor the best. These are the ones that I use. You only to add 2-5 drops each time so a small bottle can last you a really long time.

u/Smith2991 · 1 pointr/wicked_edge

If you have a favorite soap/cream and wish it were mentholated, why not add menthol to it.

Some artisans will add a little, or a lot, to their products for a minor increase in cost to you.

Or you could do what I did --- I got a 4 oz bag and since it takes so little to mentalize anything (soap, aftershave, etc.) I added the leftover to my will. --- a round-about way of saying get the smallest amount you can.

u/JulMit · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

I think they talk about something like this. For the Edison bulbs you can check or They have beautiful stuff. Check this for etsy and this for wayfair.

Good luck ;)

u/chelseastatic · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I was thinking of getting this, because I've been wanting to try some home type remedies. Been on and off sick with migraines. Wonder if it would help.
edit; also, you're awesome, hope you have a good day. :)

u/lostnprocrastination · 1 pointr/wicked_edge

Honestly, I like the MR11 for new(er) folks to start off with. It isn't ridiculously short, it isn't ridiculously long. It has a good neutral feel even though it is fully stainless (the handle).

Ummm, besides that.... the kit will come with an Alum bloc.

Back to the Amazon purchase, one thing that I'd recommend always having on hand from there that has been my favorite for the past few months or so are going to be:



Tea Tree Oil

I can't really think of anything else off the bat right now.... I'd say that I am selling my Merkur Futur, but I don't think that I'd recommend that as a beginner razor at all. Maybe once you want to try something more aggressive and adjustable that is affordable down the road.

u/InsurrectionalLeader · 1 pointr/ZeroWaste

It’s this one from Amazon (linked below). It’s plastic though if you’re trying to avoid that. Young Living oils (MLM company) has a wood and glass option. It’s VERY expensive, but I linked that too in case you’re interested!

Your main concern with “cheap” diffusers is the plastic lining. This should be a good, hard plastic otherwise your oils will erode the lining and you’ll be diffusing plastic. I’ve had mine for nearly a year and I love it. Just something to keep in mind if you want a different diffuser. :)

Amazon Diffuser

Wood and Glass diffuser

u/cpak15 · 1 pointr/battlestations
u/DancingToTomWaits · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

You can usually find the Aura Cacia oils at most "natural" supermarkets. It's usually around half the price of the Josie Maran.

u/unicornsprinklepoop · 1 pointr/MakeupAddiction

Don't waste your money getting it there. Places like Amazon sell it way cheaper, like this one. You can get a 1 oz bottle for less than 7 bucks.

u/Link255 · 1 pointr/mycology

I take a few drops of this. If it's particularly bad I sometimes put a larger amount in a gel capsule. It is VERY potent, you might just go straight for the gel caps and avoid getting it on your tongue.

u/willowtree197240 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hopefully this works item most used app is facebook?

u/Redditliestome · 1 pointr/trees
u/_metanoiia · 1 pointr/moderatelygranolamoms

Sure thing! Always happy to help others experience essential oils, they're life-changing. Here's a link to a good beginner set on Amazon:

Let me know if you have more specific questions about individual oils or recipes/uses. :)

u/Princessluna44 · 1 pointr/essentialoils

For the oil, I would just buy from Plant Therapy directly. The prices are the same and they are currently running sales on their site, so you may pay even less. That is a good start-up set for oils, as it has a god variety of common oils you may need. Be sure to do some research and look up some recipes you may want to try. That way, you are only buying oils you will actually use. BTW, I heard that 3rd party sellers may alter the oils, or containers. Not sure about that one, but it's what I heard.


I would also suggest Eden's Garden . While I prefer PT, EG has "choose your own" sets in 6, 12, and beyond. This way, you can bundle cheaper oils in a set and get the more expensive ones on PT. EG is also running sales, but I haven't been paying enough attention to what they are :-/


The diffuser looks pretty! I got a 700 ml one form Amazon:, but this one looks good, too. I recently found a course on essential oil use on Udemy and the guy on their likes water diffusers (like the one you picked out) and nebulzers (more scent and no water, but also more expensive).

u/Lizziedeee · 1 pointr/BravoRealHousewives

If any of y'all are into essential oils, this is a pretty good sale. Plus, if you need a diffuser you can get $5 off one (info is on the right side of the page). I just recently started using them. Helps with headaches, anxiety and just good smelling.

u/MakingBiscuits · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

I initially bought this sampler pack when I purchased the diffuser and I really like the lemongrass and orange and have since bought more of them. The tea tree and eucalyptus both smelled like cleaning products to me and I didn't use them much.

u/Hannahbanarama · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

Is this mineral oil okay for oil cleansing?

u/generalz13 · 0 pointsr/DIY_eJuice