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October 8, 2020

Essential Oils for the Season: Fall

To many people around the world, fall is a season centered around mindfulness, self-reflection, and self-care. It is during these last few months of the year that Mother Nature dedicates her time to ‘cleaning’ the earth by shedding her leaves and preparing the world for the hibernation of wintertime. 

While many of us are getting ready for the coldest season of the year, we are also doing our part to celebrate these special autumn months by doing some of our favorite fall-time activities. From jumping in leaf piles, picking apples, or going on hikes in nature to view the changing of the leaves, there are so many ways to enjoy the season of the soul. 

For those of us who want to start celebrating fall right now, try including these 5 essential oils that are perfect for bringing a little autumn joy into your life — one drop at a time.

essential oils for fall

Cinnamon Bark

Our lips unfortunately feel the brunt of the fall season as the weather changes from warm and sunny to cold and crisp. Experience the smell of fall while treating your lips to a little extra hydration and plumping during the cooler months with this DIY lip scrub.

What You’ll Need

Simply combine all ingredients together, and store in lip balm containers or in a sealed container. To use, take a dime-sized amount on your fingertip and gently scrub onto your lips for at least 20 seconds. Wipe off with a soft, wet rag for soft, plump, and healthy lips!


With the changing temperatures and lower humidity, your skin deserves a little extra care to keep it looking and feeling its best. Cedarwood offers incredible hydrating and soothing topical benefits to reduce any cracking, peeling, or blistering from colder weather. Just add 1-2 drops of Cedarwood to your daily moisturizer, or combine with a carrier oil and apply to the skin for instant relief.

Black Pepper

Fall is known for its spicy and warm scents, and Black Pepper has proven time and again to be the perfect essential oil for those of us who are looking to infuse this type of atmosphere in our homes. If you want to create a next-level diffuser blend that captures the essence of autumn, consider including Black Pepper in your diffuser. Try this quick blend to get started:


As the coziest season of the year, many people enjoy donning warm sweaters, snuggling up in front of the fireplace, and sipping hot tea when the weather gets cooler. To make your home smell warm and cozy without putting the kettle on, try this simple DIY room mist that will make your space smell like freshly brewed Earl Grey tea anytime.

Ginger Root

Both Halloween and Thanksgiving are widely celebrated holidays that feature yummy treats and good company. Keep your tummy happy and allow the good times to keep rolling by keeping Ginger Root close this autumn season. To help stimulate the digestive system and bring relief from bloating or overeating, try adding a drop of Ginger Root to a carrier oil, and massaging counterclockwise over the abdomen.

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