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How To Use Our Ceramic Bloom Diffuser

by Jenna Jones September 17, 2019

How To Use Our Ceramic Bloom Diffuser

When it comes to diffusing essential oils, it doesn’t get much easier than with the Ceramic Bloom Diffuser. With a few simple steps, your space can be filled with the gentle diffusion of your favorite essential oils in no time. And it looks great in every interior! Did we mention we love this diffuser? Okay, okay. We’re done schmoozing this diffuser and ready to get down to the nuts and bolts of just how easy it is to use the Ceramic Bloom.

How To Use

  1. Add 10-15 drops to the Ceramic Bloom. Replace the top and add a few drops on top of the bloom. 
  2. To reduce cleaning, fill a shot glass with 5-30 ml of your favorite essential oil. Place the shot glass in your Ceramic Bloom and stick the wick in the oil, replacing the lid and bloom. Wait 10 minutes for diffusion to begin. 
  3. Add 10-15 drops of essential oil to the wick and a few additional drops to the top of your bloom. 
  4. Pour no more than 60 ml of essential oil directly into the base. Ensure the wick is well saturated. Add a few drops on the bloom for a stronger aroma output.

How To Clean

To clean, simply fill the diffuser with equal parts water and white vinegar and a teaspoon of baking soda. In a separate bowl, soak the bloom and wick in equal parts water and white vinegar and 2 tablespoons of baking soda. Let sit for a few hours before rinsing with water and allowing to air dry.

Note: Avoid getting oil on the wooden piece, and do not soak to clean.

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September 24, 2020 at 4:09 pm

Could Edens Garden please publish these recipes for blends. Your video hides the recipes behind a picture of the ceramic, which I could not get rid of and the recipes disappeared so quickly that I could’t remember them even if I could see them. Thank you for your consideration in this matter. Sincerely, Cree