My Fav Fair Trade + Ethical Essential Oil Diffuser Jewelry Finds
Essential oils are all the rage these days. I happen to love using essential oils in our room diffusers, and have recently started wearing Diffuser Jewelry as well! I’ve seen some great tutorials on how you can make essential oil jewelry yourself, but why not support Fair Trade and get some cute jewelry for yourself or for your essential oil loving friends?
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I know there are a lot of options out there for where to purchase your essential oils, and some companies who claim theirs are the best and only kind you should use. If you already have a brand you use and love, for sure keep using them! I’m no expert, but I wanted to recommend my favorite brand!
My family has been using Edens Garden Oils for years. They’re significantly more affordable than a lot of other brands, which means we’re able to use more of them in our home. They’re a reputable brand that uses eco-friendly, sustainable methods of obtaining their oils. Here’s their pledge:
“The E.D.E.N.S. pledge is the cornerstone of our company
because we value transparency and honesty. Sourced
from around the globe, our oils are all rigorously batch
tested before they are poured into E.G. bottles. We are
committed to you, the customer, so you can rest-assured
that all of our products are pure, safe and effective.”
Of course, you can head to their website to learn more about their oils.
Comprised of genuine black lava stone beads, this stretchy bracelet is perfect for diffusing essential oils. With an upcycled sea glass charm and riverstone beads in the center, this bracelet is not only functional, but stylish as well.
Many of these Artisans in Jordan have lived the majority of their lives completely dependent and controlled by their closest male relative. Ancient traditions and cultural customs have made it difficult for these women to rise above the oppression they’ve personally experienced. Some of them are divorced, widowed, or married to a man who already has many wives. But amidst their struggles, these women enjoy a family-like workplace as Artisans. They can be heard singing, laughing, and drinking tea while creating our unique jewelry from upcycled glass bottles tumbled with water and sand from the Red Sea. Your purchase helps empower a woman in Jordan with courage and independence.
If you like necklaces with the interchangable locket style diffuser pads, you’ll love this one! You can wash the pads with soap and water and keep reusing!
An essential oil diffuser locket for carrying a sense of calm with you all day. Add 4‒5 drops of your favorite essential oil to one of the felt pads. Add the necklace to your outfit and carry your favorite fragrance with you wherever you go. The pad will stay fragrant for about 3 days. Change up scents by using a different essential oil on each of the pads provided. The Antiqued Brass Diffuser is handcrafted in Moradabad, India by artisans working with Noah’s Ark. The cost of metals has skyrocketed in recent years, which has had a devastating effect on the local economy and on the lives of metal workers in Moradabad. Noah’s Ark has worked hard to train artisans in using alternative metals and materials.
Okay, so Papillon had so many choices that I couldn’t choose just 1! They also have the cheapest options on this list.
Unglazed and pure Haitian clay beads are strung together to make the their pieces. Simply add a drop or two of your favorite essential oil directly to the terra cotta beads to bring your healing scents with you everywhere you go.
Papillon- Orphan Prevention through Job Creation
Here’s a few of my favs from them:
The Tree of Life medallion is cut by hand from recycled 55-gallon drum steel.
Thistle Farms also has a lot of adorable options, but I went ahead and picked out the Blair as my fav! Their essential oil jewelry is also made in Haiti.
I thought it was worth mentioning that they’re also selling a small collection of essential oils. We used to have a roller blend with them through Trades of Hope, but it’s not in stock anymore! Hoping we’ll get some more products from them soon. They’re based in Nashville, TN and are specifically empowering women out of sex work and giving jobs to women with dark pasts. I was able to visit them back in 2017 and loved everything I learned!