wool ball car diffusers use essential oils to naturally freshen the air!
I’m so excited to be sharing these little car diffusers – they’ve been in the works for months!
A while back I made my own wool ball car diffuser, but I wasn’t happy with it for long:
It was way more distracting than I thought it would be. When I hung it up it didn’t look big enough to cause a problem, but I felt uncomfortable the moment I started driving. I found out that it’s actually illegal in some states to have something hanging from your rear view mirror, and now I understood why.
It didn’t create enough scent. Like, nothing. I realized that without any air passing through it the scent wouldn’t be dispersed. Sad face.
So I got to work figuring out a way to attach the diffuser to the air vents, so that it would be in constant contact with that flowing air (and out of my line of sight).
I LOVE these. They’re adorable and work like a charm. And since not everyone drives I made a mini version with a clasp attachment to put on a key chain or zipper!
Traditional car air fresheners are BAD NEWS; most contain two of the most toxic types of chemicals – phthalates and volatile organic compounds (VOC). Those chemicals make the scents “scent-y”, but also contribute to headaches, coughing, runny noses and worse (here’s a great read if you want to learn more).
So ditch those cardboard “trees” and vent clips, and score one (or more) of these cuties!
Each diffuser comes in a little drawstring bag (ready for gifting!), and is accompanied by a dropper bottle to fill with your favorite oil(s).
The cost is $15, which includes shipping within the US (e-mail me about orders outside the US!).
Right now I have three color options available, but I’m happy to talk custom colors!:**
And any diffuser can be turned into a key fob – perfect for backpacks, totes and clutches!
I’m thrilled to add this to my “silver essentials” collection.
To order, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org! xo
**Please be aware that – based on availability – the clip bead/tassel may be a different color than the one shown in the picture, but will be a complementary shade based on the wool balls you select. In addition, as the wool balls I use are handmade, they may vary slightly in shape, size and color.