In a warmer, use an undiluted blend with water or with a carrier oil?
I am blending an oil for a friend for use in an oil warmer. Would it be better to blend the essentials oils into a carrier oil (I'd use jojoba) or use an undiluted blend and tell him to just add a few drops to some warm water in the dish? Thanks!
I have used both, water is easier to clean up afterwards, jojoba can get thick and gummy, lol. Is it an electric warmer or candle warmer? I have used water on both, I like the little steam it can create in the air during the dry months and ofcourse the aroma.
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