How To Use Vinevida Oils

Come and join us as we answer commonly asked questions like “Can I use this in my diffuser” and “How to use VINEVIDA oils for diffusers''. Firstly, let’s explore our two different types of VINEVIDA fragrance oils in depth and define the best applications of each one. From using it in your diffuser to making fragrant soaps or candles. Then, we can explore the best applications for our essential and carrier oils and help you understand the differences.  Let us show you how to get the very best from any of the oils you purchase from VINEVIDA with this handy guide. Get in the know and unravel the mystery of how each diffuser works and which VINEVIDA fragrance oil is the best choice for you and your chosen application.

What Is The Difference Between VINEVIDA Oils?

VINEVIDA Essential Oils

Essential oils are the most potent and concentrated of all of our oils. They are usually highly fragrant as well.

They are derived from single species plant matter through a variety of ways, such as steam distillation and solvent extraction.

All essential oils have a therapeutic value because of the chemical constituents and properties of the plant that are extracted in the process and become concentrated in the final oil, which is known as an essential oil.

Lavender, for example, is high in Linalool, a naturally occurring terpene alcohol.  Preliminary research indicates that Linalool could be effective in the treatment of anxiety.

Essential oils are used in Aromatherapy applications and for mind-body-spirit healing across the globe.

As essential oils have all these wonderful active chemical constituents that affect our bodies and moods, these also denote the need for their safety regulations. This is especially so when you come to learn how to use VINEVIDA oils on the skin.

More on this a little later.

VINEVIDA Carrier Oils

Carrier oils are often derived from nuts, kernels, and seeds of plants. You may also see them referred to as Fixed Oils.

Many of us are familiar with Olive oil and Sunflower oil. The first pressing of Olive Oil is derived from the fruit itself and Sunflower oil is from the seed. Like essential oils, they have a therapeutic value all of their own.

Carrier oils are packed with nutrients and can be powerhouses of nourishment in their own right. Rosehip is full of antioxidants and carrier oils like Argan are packed with Omega 6 and 9.  

They are most often used to dilute essential oils and act as their ‘carrier’ but they can be used in their own right, for their therapeutic values. I love Seabuckthorn carrier oil for its myriad of antioxidants and how beautifully it brings vitality to the skin.

Carrier oils have few safety concerns, as they are relatively benign, but carrier oils that are derived from nuts should be avoided by those with nut allergies.

You do need to do a little research, as carrier oils like Rosehip should only make up about 5% of your overall skin-based formulas and Avocado should only make up about 40%.

It pays to know what you are working with and how to use VINEVIDA oils for excellent skincare.

VINEVIDA Fragrance Oils 

VINEVIDA carries two different types of fragrance oils and it helps you immeasurably to understand the differences between them and their applications. We want you to learn how to use VINEVIDA oils in the right way.

From here on out, we will refer to the fragrance oils individually as

    • Soaps and Candles Fragrance Oils
    • Diffuser Fragrance Oils

Soaps and Candles Fragrance Oils

VINEVIDA’s Soaps and Candles fragrance oils are all skin safe. However, they are of a thicker viscosity than the Diffuser fragrance oil.

It is thicker in viscosity because it has been specially developed to withstand the rigors and high heat of the candle and soap-making processes. This thicker viscosity helps it to hold its fragrance for a long period and perform well even after the rigors of processing.

It was also specifically designed to be multifunctional and suitable for making products like reed diffusers, air fresheners, and laundry detergents.


For the most part, these Soaps and candle fragrance oils need to be diluted to be skin-safe, for their many types of applications such as Body Lotions, Soap, Room Sprays , and Hand Cream. (This sometimes applies, even if the safety data says you don’t have to. For example, using it at full strength might make the scent too overwhelming).

Naturally, the individual Soaps and Candles fragrance oils need to be able to hold their fragrance, through dilution, to deliver the strength of fragrance you know and love as well.  They need to withstand the many applications and rigors we put them through and still perform at a high level to reach your exact expectations.

Diffuser Fragrance Oil

VINEVIDA Diffuser fragrance oils are specifically designed for Cold Air Diffusers.

To not clog up your delicate Cold Air Diffusers with a thick, sticky mess, they have to be formulated in a thinner viscosity to perform perfectly in those particular types of diffusers. 

They are designed to be used undiluted, but only in these Cold Air Diffuser machines.

We will look at different types of diffusers and the fragrance oil variation we recommend for each type of diffuser a little later. 

They are skin-safe and you can use them in other applications. However, because they are designed solely for Cold Air Diffusers, they will not perform in the same way as the Soaps and Candles version Soap for example, or Hand Cream.

Because of this thinner viscosity, they will, of course, perform differently to the Soaps and Candles variations. Especially, when you are trying to use them in the applications where we would normally recommend that you use Soap and Candles fragrance oil.

For instance, you need to consider the composition of your chosen fragrance oil. If you choose the lighter, airier, and more ethereal fragrances, meaning they are formulated of mostly top notes, you simply won’t get the same lasting ability. You are also likely to struggle to achieve the strength of aroma you expect, if you try to use it in applications it is NOT meant for. 

This is simply because of how it has been formulated in the first place. It is NOT intended for that application, it’s like trying to fry an egg in engine oil. 

Therefore, you must choose the right type of fragrance oil for the right application. 

More on these applications shortly.

What Is The Difference Between An Essential Oil and a Fragrance Oil?

We now know that essential oils are concentrated plant extracts derived from natural plant matter.

    1. Some fragrance oils are made entirely with essential oils and chemical constituents derived from essential oils.
    2. Some fragrance oils are made with a mixture of essential oils, chemical constituents derived from essential oils, and synthetically derived ingredients.
    3. Some fragrance oils are made entirely with synthetically derived ingredients.

They are ALL different from one another. No two are the same and so naturally, they have varying safety data that accompanies them. We will cover more on this important subject a little later.

For now, let's look at the two different types of fragrance oils that VINEVIDA offers. 

How To Use VINEVIDA Oils Safely

Once you have that bottle of essential oil and fragrance oil in your hand - it is up to YOU to make sure you are using it in a safe manner and responsibly.

VINEVIDA offers you ALL the information you need to be able to use these essential oils and fragrance oils safely for yourself, within your home, and for making commercial products.

Make no mistake here, the responsibility is yours to make sure you are using them within safe limits. We do all we can to educate you in ways to use them safely on our blog and every single individual webpage has the links to the documents you need. We also have the VINEVIDA calculator to help you work everything out. 

IFRA Maximum Dilution Safety Data

The maximum dilution safety recommendation data for the essential oil or fragrance oil you plan on using depends on the products you are planning on making and they are set by the International Fragrance Regulation Authority.

Because every essential oil is different you need to check the safety of every one you choose to use. Fragrance oils, as we discovered above, are made with a variety of essential oils, chemical constituents derived from essential oil, and or synthetically derived ingredients, they too are ALL different. Which means you do need to check each one of those as well.

The maximum dilutions stated on the IFRA document are from a safety aspect only, simply based on the chemical composition of the oil. They are NOT a recipe recommendation.

In some cases, these maximum dilutions may seem very high. That is simply because all components in the essential oil or fragrance oil are relatively benign. 

Please do not mistake them as recommendations of how much essential oil or fragrance oil to use in your recipe. If you used as much as it stated it could smell too strong or make the item ridiculously expensive to produce. 

Just as long as you stick below the IFRA-advised maximum safety dilution limits, you can be as generous or as frugal as you wish with your recipe formulation.

Concerning safety data, from here on in you do NOT need to differentiate between Soaps and Candles or Diffuser fragrance oils because the IFRA data will be the same regardless of which one it is. Because the ingredients are the same, the only difference is how its base is formulated. 

Where To Find This Information

Every individual essential oil and fragrance oil has its web page and all the safety data and product information that you need can be found in the links on that page.

Let’s look for the ‘IFRA Statement’, the process given here applies to both essential oils and fragrance oils.

# Load the webpage of your chosen essential oil or fragrance oil.

Where To Find This Information

# Then scroll down until you can see this navigation bar. Click on DOCUMENTS and underneath you can see it gives us two choices. The IFRA Statement and The Safety Data Sheet. Click on the IFRA Statement.

Click on the IFRA Statement

# Scroll down until you can see the numbered categories. Now you can see the different categories, what they include, and a figure with a %. 

For example, if you want to make a Deodorant with fragrance oil No. 1000 (My Way) The maximum safety dilution rate is just 2.87%.

That means you cannot use any more than that recommended rate of 2.87% in my recipe. 

In real terms, that means in 100ml of deodorant only up to 2.87ml of the finished formula can be of that particular fragrance oil, in this case No.1000 - My Way.

No.1000 - My Way

Using the VINEVIDA Calculator

This is such a useful tool and one that I highly recommend that you use, especially if you find all this confusing. (Or not). I use it all the time because it makes quick work of formulating recipes and saves me oodles of time with a pen and paper.

# From the Home page, look along the main navigation bar until you see TOOLS, click the down arrow on the right-hand side. It gives you two options. Choose FRAGRANCE CALCULATOR.


# This is what comes up, click CREATE.

This is what comes up, click CREATE

# It gives you lots of different options for APPLICATIONS. We will work out how much we need for a Body Lotion. Click on the + sign next to the BODY option. That then opens up a variety of body choices. Find BODY LOTION and click on that.

Find BODY LOTION and click on that

# As soon as you click on that it brings up the next option, to choose either an essential oil or a fragrance oil. Now, you don’t need to differentiate between Soaps and Candles or Diffuser fragrance oils because the data will be the same, so there is no option for you to do that because it is unnecessary.

You can see below, that I have entered the word Lavender into the search box and it has brought back all the available options.

Alternatively, you can click on the alphabetized categories and find your choice, as shown below. Let’s click on the top option in Fragrance Oils - 24K Gold by BBW (Our Version Of).

24K Gold by BBW (Our Version Of)

# You can see below that once you click on it, the option to enter the weight or volume of your chosen product appears. Select 100 ml and then press CALCULATE.

Select 100 ml and then press CALCULATE

# This table then appears on the screen. It tells you the maximum safety dilution rate in just Category 5a (Body Lotion). Remember, if you want to make another product that may fall into a different category, such as Hand Cream, you need to check that category too, as it may differ. 

You can see from the table that it shows you the maximum safety dilution amounts in Ounces, Grams, Millilitres, and a percentage for those applications in category 5a. 

We originally input 100 ml and we can see under the ml heading a figure of 8.83%. This means that we cannot use any more than 8.83ml or 8.83% in 100 ml of product.

You can see underneath the amounts, it recommends you use to achieve a light, medium, or strong scent in your formulation.

Can you see below, in the bottom left-hand corner, that little red box? If any of those boxes were highlighted red, it would not recommend its use. Let's look at one of those now.

Let's look at one of those now

# Here is the table (below) for using Christmas Splendor, in 100ml of Body Lotion. You can see that the bottom two rows are highlighted in red, which means this is NOT recommended and should be avoided.

Christmas Splendor has a very low maximum safety dilution rate, probably because of the Cinnamon and Clove in it, of just 0.42%.

Meaning that in 100ml you can only use a maximum of 0.42 ml which is about 8 drops. Miniscule.

Meaning that in 100ml

# Hopefully, this will give you a good idea of how the IFRA Maximum Safety Dilution rates work and how you can work them out for yourself, quickly and easily.  Let’s look now at the different applications of Essential Oils, Carrier Oils, Soaps Candles Fragrance Oils, and Diffuser Fragrance Oils.

Applications of VINEVIDA Oils

The lists are not complete or exhaustive, they are simply a general guide to the uses of the individual types of oils that we sell here at VINEVIDA.

Applications Essential Oil Carrier Oil Soaps & Candle Fragrance Oil Diffuser Fragrance Oil
Therapeutic Value? Has Therapeutic Value Has Therapeutic Value NO
Therapeutic Value
NO Therapeutic Value
Aromatherapy and Alternative Medicine
*Please remember that this Soaps and Candles fragrance oil will have no therapeutic value if used in this category.
Massage Oils Yes Yes Yes* Not recommended
Salves, Balms, and Ointments Yes Yes Yes* Not recommended
Lotions Yes Yes Yes* Not recommended
Rollerballs Yes Yes Yes* Not recommended
Beauty Products and Toiletries
Facial Products Moisturizers, Cleansers, Toners, Serums, Face Masques, Yes Yes Yes Not recommended
Body Products Body Butter, Body Lotion, Body Oils Yes Yes Yes Not recommended
Personal Care - Shampoo, Conditioner, Shower Gel,
Deodorant, Liquid and Solid Soap, Bath Salts and Scrubs
Yes Yes Yes Not recommended
Lip Balm and Tint Recommendations vary, check the IFRA safety for each essential oil Yes Not recommended at all Not recommended at all
Blush Tint Yes Yes Yes Not recommended
Health and Wellbeing Products
Aroma pendants Yes Yes Yes Not recommended
Meditation Blends and Rollerballs Yes Yes Yes Not recommended
Yoga Mat Cleansers Yes Yes Yes Not recommended
Liquid soap Yes Yes Yes Not recommended
Melt and Pour Soap Yes Yes Yes Not recommended
Cold Process Soap Yes Yes Yes Not recommended
Home Products
Laundry Cleaners, Laundry Conditioner and Softener, Tumble Dryer Balls and Sheets Yes Yes Yes Not recommended
Room Sprays
Linen Sprays
Yes Yes Yes Not recommended
Insect Repellents Yes No
(only Neem oil)
No No
Carpet Powder Yes Yes Yes Not recommended
Candles and Air Fresheners
All candles Yes Yes Yes Not recommended
Room and Linen Sprays Yes Yes Yes Not recommended
Air fresheners Yes Yes Yes Not recommended
Freshies made with Aroma Beads Yes, but performance can be varied Not Recommended Yes Not recommended

VINEVIDA Diffuser Fragrance Oil

VINEVIDA Diffuser fragrance oil is specifically formulated for Cold Air Diffusers. Their formulation is different, it is thinner in viscosity. This helps it to go through these delicate machines cleanly, evenly, and for a better throw and intensity of scent into your home.

Essentially, you could use it in all the same applications as Soaps & candle fragrance oils, but it will not behave in the same way because of this thinner viscosity. It is not designed to withstand the high temperatures of heat in the candle-making and soap-making process. It is designed for COLD Air Diffusers.

Therefore, if you use them for applications for which they are not intended, you will not get the same strength of scent.

This is due to the thinner viscosity of the Diffuser fragrance oil.

As you may appreciate, because they will behave differently, we don’t recommend that you use them in this way. If you're going to make products like Soaps, Reed Diffusers, or Body Butters, we recommend that you add the Soaps & Candles fragrance oil to your shopping cart too. 

We say, that while you could use it for other applications, we do NOT recommend it at all.  For better overall performance and outcomes, with stronger scent profiles, use Soaps and Candles for those specific applications instead, please.

Can I Use This In My Diffuser?

If you take a look at our Social Media you will see we are constantly being asked “Can I use this in my diffuser”? (Please note, it helps when you explain what ‘this’ you are referring to)!

The answer to that entirely depends on YOUR diffuser. Which makes it a difficult question for us to answer with any confidence. You need to consult your manufacturer's instruction manual or customer service for the answer to this question.

As we said before, about taking responsibility for how you use your essential oils and fragrance oils, it is up to you to find this information out for yourself and double-check. We can’t know all about the thousands of different diffusers that there are out there in the world.

Always be guided by YOUR manufacturer's instructions, to avoid any mistakes, potentially costly ones at that.

That said, if you are asking about using VINEVIDA DIFFUSER fragrance oil in a Cold Air Diffuser, then the most likely answer is yes. Essentially, because that is what it is formulated and designed for. But, always double-check YOUR manufacturer's instructions, please. 

Let’s look at some of the other types of diffusers on the market today and unravel any confusion about which type of fragrance oil to use. 

The Types of Oil Diffusers On The Market Today

Oil diffusers come in a dizzying array of possibilities and again, this is by no means an exhaustive list. However, there are usually four main types of oil diffusers on the market today.

    • Nebulizing
    • Ultrasonic
    • Evaporative
    • Heat

Essentially they all serve the same purpose. They just have different methods of doing the same job, of scenting your home gloriously.  Of course, when you use essential oils you are also dispersing their incredible qualities into your home and the microscopic droplets do their magic. They do this either by landing on your skin or inhaling them. 

Different Types of Diffusers - Unravelling the Mystery

Let’s just have a quick look at the dizzying array of diffuser types available on the market today and unravel some of the mystery and confusion around them. 

Evaporative Diffusers

For the most part the clue is always in the name. Therefore, an Evaporative Diffuser works by evaporating the essential oils or fragrance oils. It does this by using a fan, moving air to push out the scent into the room and move it about the room.

You use it by placing your essential oil or fragrance oil on an absorbent pad or similar materials. You would then place this over the fan. The moving air then passes through the pad, pushing the molecules of oil into the atmosphere, both evaporating and diffusing.

Any essential oil or fragrance oil is made up of scent notes. We talked earlier about top notes being ethereal and being the first to dissipate. This is what happens when using Evaporative Diffusers. The lighter notes will be diffused first, followed by the heart or middle notes, and then the base or bottom notes. 

You may not get the full-bodied effect of the overall scent profile you first expect from these types of diffusers. That of course depends on the oils chosen, their individual formulation and scent notes, and how they individually evaporate.

We often see comments saying “I can only smell the Orange/Lemon/Citrus in this fragrance oil”, that is because it is evaporating the Citrus scent notes first, as it is often the highest top note. It will change as the heart and base notes get evaporated later on.

You must consider this when you buy your essential oils and fragrance oils because it affects how they might perform for you in an Evaporative Diffuser. You need to consider how long the oils might last because of this. 

Nebulizing Diffusers Or Cold Air Diffusers

Nebulizing Diffusers are also known as Cold Air Diffusers and they are what our DIFFUSER fragrance oils are specifically formulated for.

Essentially, cold air diffusion happens with the aid of CSAT technology. A pressurized stream of room-temperature air, pushes pure essential oil, without water, into a nebulizer at high pressure.

Scientifically, nebulizing is the action of transforming a liquid, such as an essential oil or fragrance, into an extremely fine mist. It does this by breaking the oil down into minuscule particles. 

Nebulizing Diffusers have a jet nozzle, through which a pressurized stream of air, turns the essential oil into an extremely fine mist. This enables it to readily and quickly diffuse into the room's atmosphere.

Nebulizing Diffusers are highly recommended for aromatherapy and therapeutic uses because they allow you to easily inhale the extremely tiny particles of oil, as well as absorb them where they land up your skin.

Unlike Evaporating Diffusers, nebulizing diffusers can diffuse all scent notes at once. This differs from an evaporating diffuser where you will smell the citrusy top notes, then the middle, and by the time the heavy base notes come through, most of the top notes have gone.

Nebulizing Diffusers are much more advanced technology. They don’t use heating elements or need water to function. This technology comes at a price and so they are more expensive than other diffusers.

It should also be noted that some brands of Nebulizing Diffusers have very efficient diffusion capabilities so essential oils will get used up more quickly than in other types of diffusers. 

Ultrasonic Diffusers

Like Nebulizing Diffusers, Ultrasonic Diffusers transform essential oils into fine mists. Again, they are wonderful for aromatherapy and therapeutic use because you can inhale and absorb tiny molecules easily.

Ultrasonic Diffusers work by creating ultrasonic vibrations. They do this by using water and a small disk that creates ultrasonic vibrations which break up the essential oil into those  microscopic molecules that we want. 

We already know in this state, they more readily diffuse into the air through this cold vapor and scent the room. Not to mention sharing all the amazing actions of any essential oils you may use. 

Since you dilute oils with water, compared with other types of diffusers, Ultrasonic ones use a lot less over time...

They can also be used as humidifiers, to add extra moisture to the air. You might want to avoid these if you already have high humidity in your home. 

These diffusers operate quietly, so they are a good choice to use before going to sleep. Always put them on a timer though. Do not leave diffusers running while you sleep. 

Heat Diffusers

Heat Diffusers come in a variety of types such as Plug-In Heat Diffusers and Candle Diffusers, which you would use with a tea light candle. 

Plug-in heat Diffusers work by heating elements in the machine to evaporate the essential oil or fragrance oil into the room over some time. 

Models vary enormously and some Heat Diffusers also call for the use of water to help the  evaporation process. 

There are pros to Heat Diffusers, but also a couple of cons.

One of the pros is that because heat is used in the process, it can create a stronger aroma than some of the other types of diffusers. They don’t use oils up overly quickly, making them quite cost-effective. They are also generally quiet to run. 

However, budget models can run too hot and degrade the quality of your oils. You will save money in the long run by buying a better quality model that does not overheat your oils. 

Reed Diffusers

A reed diffuser is simply a bottle of scented oil with reed sticks that wick up the scent and air movement causes evaporation in the air. This is then distributed around the immediate area it is placed. They require no electrical power at all.

You can buy natural and synthetic reeds in a variety of colors, lengths, and thicknesses. I feel natural reeds are a superior choice. 

Most Reed Diffusers contain alcohol or a solvent of some kind to help with better evaporation and scent throw. Fragrance oil with a slightly diluted and thinner consistency allows flow up the reeds more readily, giving a much better scent throw and intensity. It will, however, evaporate faster and need replenishing a little more often. 

It only scents the immediate area and can struggle to scent larger rooms and spaces. Therefore, you may need more than one Reed Diffuser to scent larger spaces.

So Many Different Diffusers

As you can see, there are many varieties of diffusers, as well as different brands, makes, and types.

Therefore if you ask us for information about YOUR specific machine, it can be hard for us to give you a direct answer and be confident we are giving you the right answer. 

This is why we ask you to consult your manufacturer's instructions for specific guidance. 

However, as a GENERAL guide,  use this table for a quick and easy answer. 

Vinevida cannot take responsibility for all machines, so double-check the manufacturer's operating instructions for YOUR machine.

Diffuser Type VINEVIDA Diffuser Fragrance Oil VINEVIDA Soaps and Candles Fragrance Oil Essential Oils Carrier Oils
Evaporative Diffusers No Yes Yes Not Recommended
Nebulizing Diffusers or Cold Air Diffusers Yes No Yes Not Recommended
Ultrasonic Diffusers No Yes Yes Not Recommended
Heat Diffusers No Yes Yes Yes
Reed Diffusers No Yes Yes Yes

Nose Blindness

Another comment I see a lot on our Social Media is “It smells great for a while then it just stops”.

Well, no, the essential oil or fragrance oil doesn’t just simply stop being fragrant, what happens is that YOU go nose blind. After about 45-60 minutes your brain simply stops processing the scent in your brain.  It is still just as fragrant as it was, your brain simply stops sending the scent signals.

After about an hour, turn it off, leave it off for 30-45 minutes, and then switch it back on and voilá, fragrant as ever! 

Understand Over Sensitization

Always ensure you are diffusing into a well-ventilated space and it is good practice to turn your diffuser off after two hours to take a break to avoid sensitization which can lead to headaches. 

Do Not Run Your Diffusers Overnight

These days you can buy diffusers that have inbuilt timers, so please use them if you're using them last thing at night. That said, you don’t want to be using them all day either. You are likely to just end up having a headache!  

The Final Word On How To Use VINEVIDA Oils

Hopefully now, you have a good idea of the differences between essential oils, carrier oils, and our two different types of fragrance oils, Soaps and Candles, and Diffuser Fragrance oils. 

Learning how to use these oils to their best effects will help you get the most out of your VINEVIDA product, making them last longer and therefore, most cost-effective.

Understanding the difference in thickness or viscosity between Soaps and Candles and our Diffuser fragrance oils helps you define the best way to use them to their full effect. Our DIFFUSER fragrance oil is designed for use in Cold Air or Nebulizing Diffusers and is thinner to allow for better diffusion.

Soaps and Candles are thicker, designed for Soapmaking and Candlemaking, and to withstand the rigors those high heat treatments require. AND still have a good scent throw and longevity after those processes. 

IFRA Safety

Whether you like it or not, if you’re making products to go on the skin or be inhaled you NEED to understand how to find, interpret, and use the IFRA safety data to keep you and your family safe.

Have a look around the website, you won’t break it! Click on all the safety forms and have a good look through them. Admittedly, unless you have a degree in Phytochemistry, you may not understand some of it, but learn what you can.

Use the VINEVIDA Calculator to help you if you get stuck and always use good common sense.  

If in doubt, leave it out! 


It’s easy in this modern world to let ourselves be spoon-fed information and expect companies to provide us with ALL the information we think we need. 

However, when learning how to use VINEVIDA oils for skin, you MUST assume your responsibility here. If you are buying essential oils you are buying highly potent substances that come with safety restrictions. We provide the information you need, but YOU need to go and look for it on the website.

While fragrance oils are not as potent as essential oils, they may still have a high content of essential oils, and every fragrance oil has its different IFRA safety recommendations.

YOU need to decide what products you're making and work out how much oil you need. The responsibility is yours! You don't buy eggs and hold the chicken responsible for working out your recipe and its safety or viability! 

Our blog is full of exciting articles that help you along the way. They cover the science, safety, and use of our oils and are full of tips, tutorials, and recipes to guide you. 

Also check out VINEVIDA essential oil reviews on our Facebook page and group and our other social media, like Instagram and Pinterest.


I do hope that you now have a new understanding and perspective on how best to use VINEVIDA’s oils. 

Use the therapeutic wonders of essential oils and carrier oils to support your mind, body, and spirit, and how to use them to their best effect. As I said, the blog is chock full of useful articles, should you seek them out. 

You should now be able to define when to choose soap and candle fragrance oils over Diffuser fragrance oils and use them safely and correctly. 

Understanding Different Types of Diffusers

Now, you should be able to distinguish the differences between varying types of diffusers and identify the pros and cons of each one. You should now understand how to use VINEVIDA oils for diffusers.

Evaporative Diffusers evaporate the essential oils or fragrance oils by placing an oil-filled absorbent pad over a fan. It often diffuses the oil in scent stages, top notes first, heart notes, and then base notes, rather than all of the scent profiles at once. 

Nebulizing Diffusers use CSAT technology and jets of pressurized steam to diffuse tiny molecules of oil into the room's atmosphere. They use oils quite quickly.

Ultrasonic Diffusers often use water mixed with oil. Tiny ultrasonic vibrations create a fine mist filled with those lovely little molecules. Oils last a long time.

Heat Diffusers use heating elements, scents can be stronger with the heat. Buy good quality machines to avoid overheating and degrading your oils. 

Reed Diffusers are easy to make at home with our soap and candle fragrance oils. They are perfect for smaller spaces and are cost-effective. 

Our VINEVIDA diffusers are Nebulizing or Cold Air Diffusers and you can find them here.

Enjoy Learning How To Use VINEVIDA Oils

More than anything, it is important to have FUN using VINEVIDA Oils. We sell them to bring sunshine, joy, and stunning fragrances into your life. We love what we do here at VINEVIDA and we want you to enjoy our products too. 

Stick to the safety recommendations and guidelines and you can explore so many new and fragrant adventures with VINEVIDA at your side, guiding you along the way.

However, if you decide to use VINEVIDA oils, enjoy every fragrant moment.

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