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The Best Essential Oils You Can Use Without a Diffuser

The Best Essential Oils You Can Use Without a Diffuser

Did you know that you don’t always need a diffuser to get the awesome benefits of essential oils? Another popular way to use essential oils is by applying them topically to the skin or clothing. Doing so could provide a host of health benefits, allowing you to take advantage of the natural healing powers of essential oils.

How To Apply Oils Topically

Before you begin rubbing essential oils into your skin, there are a few things that you should know first. We recommend researching the types of oil that you wish to use, as not all essential oils are safe for topical application. You’ll also want to make sure that you apply the oils to the correct place on your body. The location where you would apply the oils can vary depending on what type of oil you’re using. The most common places to apply oils are:

  • Your chest
  • The bottom of your feet
  • Your temples
  • The pulse points
  • •Trigger points

We recommend that you start by diluting two to three drops of the oil you want to use with a little water. You are not likely to need more than this each time, as essential oils are quite potent.

Another option is to mix the essential oil with a carrier oil such as coconut oil, grapeseed oil, olive oil, or jojoba oil and apply the mixture to the appropriate area.

Below, we’ve detailed the best essential oils for topical application and the health benefits you could receive by doing so.

Lavender essential oil

If you’re looking to use essential oils topically, we believe that lavender is one of the first purchases that you should make. This oil is an excellent all-in-one option that you’ll find gentle and calming.

Many people find that lavender helps their skin heal by reducing scars and blemishes while instilling a youthful glow. Lavender is also known for its antiseptic and antibacterial properties. If you have a bad sunburn, this oil can help your skin heal.

Lavender is one essential oil that is useful in helping muscles heal. If you’re suffering from bruises, muscle spasms, or poor circulation, try applying a few drops of lavender to the affected area.

This essential oil is also used to help relieve stress and anxiety. Apply a drop or two to your temples before going to bed at night to help you relax and aid sleep. Lavender is also known to make an excellent massage oil because of its relaxing properties.

Mint essential oil

Have you ever used a product like IcyHot to help relieve muscle pain? If so, you’ll want to try mint essential oil as a natural (and much cheaper) alternative. Mint is known to help relieve muscular aches, tension, joint pain, fatigue, and stress. Other studies show that mint essential oil could also help heal pruritus, which is a condition that causes itchy skin.

Many have found that mint helps to relieve symptoms associated with motion sickness and tension headaches. If you notice a headache starting to come on, try applying a drop or two of mint oil to your temples. Or if you know that you are going to be traveling and are fearful of motion sickness, apply the oil before getting in the vehicle. For some, mint serves as a suitable alternative to Dramamine.

Rosemary essential oil

Rosemary is another essential oil that you should add to your collection due to its numerous benefits. Many people believe that rosemary can help encourage blood circulation. If you know that you have to study or have an important work presentation coming up, rub rosemary onto your temples the morning. Not only will rosemary help improve your concentration, memory, and mental alertness, but it could also help you fight the common effects of stress, such as headaches and migraines.

If you need a pick-me-up in the middle of the day, rosemary could prove to be very useful as it’s an excellent energizer.

Lemongrass Oil

Lemongrass is an astringent oil, which means it can be useful in reducing wrinkles and making you appear younger by tightening the skin. This has been confirmed by researchers in this study.

The oil has natural anti-fungal and antibacterial properties, which help heal minor skin wounds. Try applying a drop or two of lemongrass oil to a scrape or cut for a natural healing solution. The antibacterial properties in lemongrass can help alleviate a wide range of symptoms such as reducing muscle pain, menstrual cramps, toothaches, stomachaches, and headaches.

Another helpful use for lemongrass oil is to apply it as a bug repellent. If you’re wary of bug sprays that contain DEET, try lemongrass oil, you’ll discover that mosquitoes and other bugs won’t bite nearly as much.

Orange Oil

Orange essential oil is one of the most refreshing and uplifting options available. Try applying a few drops to your temple in the morning to help you wake up and start your day.

If you work around a lot of children then we recommend using orange oil daily. Orange can help you stay healthy by reducing the symptoms of colds and other respiratory ailments.

Essential oil blends

Once you have list of essential oils for every occasion, you can increase the benefits by looking into essential oil blends. For instance, a combination of mint and lavender could serve as the ultimate relaxation tool before bed. Just remember that if you plan to use the blend directly on the skin to make sure each oil is safe for topical use.


77 thoughts on “The Best Essential Oils You Can Use Without a Diffuser”

  • David Heath
    by David Heath

    I would love to try

  • Michelle H.
    by Michelle H.

    I like the tip about the rosemary oil. I didn't know that lemongrass oil is good for the skin. I was told that lemongrass oil helps keep mosquitoes from biting.

  • Jackie Diprimo
    by Jackie Diprimo

    Definitely use the lavender oil. It is very calming. Just found Angel Soft toilet paper with lavender oil and I have to the inhale the paper every time I'm in the calming!

  • Ann Marie Moore
    by Ann Marie Moore

    I use lavender oil in dried potpourri that is scentless, in my bedroom, near the top of the bed. It aids in a calm, relaxing night's sleep.

  • Beth Bendl
    by Beth Bendl

    great article especially the info on the correct places to apply oils to the skin I learned something new !

  • Angelique Meisner
    by Angelique Meisner

    I just love Patchouli oil. Just a tiny, tiny amount on my wrist

  • Jazz Fulcher
    by Jazz Fulcher

    I use lavender most nights to help me sleep

  • Louise craney
    by Louise craney


  • Cheryl
    by Cheryl

    These scents sound heavenly.

  • Michelle Y Galloway
    by Michelle Y Galloway

    I use tea tree oil below my ears when my sinuses are stopped up.

  • brandy champion
    by brandy champion

    i love using essential oils for headaches I usually use lavender and peppermint

  • Tiffany S
    by Tiffany S

    I just started using essential oils and am still learning. Thanks for sharing this post.

  • Daniela Plume
    by Daniela Plume

    I will try mixing oils with my go to coconut oil

  • JIll H
    by JIll H

    Lavender and peppermint are my to go oils. I didn't know that about lemongrass being good for the skin, love the scent. Learned some new things today, thanks for sharing.

  • Debbie Yoder
    by Debbie Yoder

    I like Lemon or Orange for cleaning.

  • Tracy Taylor
    by Tracy Taylor

    I think lavender is great to use without a defuser

  • Sandra McFadden
    by Sandra McFadden

    I am just learning about essential oils and am glad to see there are so many choices.

  • Calvin
    by Calvin

    So many nice smelling ones. There were essential oil use way before diffusers were introduced.

  • kristina lodewyks
    by kristina lodewyks

    I would love to try orange oil, as I work with children daily, a must try !

  • Sarah L
    by Sarah L

    I just put some lavender oil on a kleenex and put it next to my pillow before I go to sleep. Very relaxing.

  • Carly Hills
    by Carly Hills

    I never thought about orange!

  • Brigitte Walsh
    by Brigitte Walsh

    I never thought about applying essential oils to the bottom of my feet ~ very interesting, I'll give it a try!

  • Portia Campbell-Dickson
    by Portia Campbell-Dickson

    Lavender, Mint, lemongrass, Rosemary, orange

  • Crystal Lamb
    by Crystal Lamb

    Lavender is helpful for sleeping

  • marlene a harris
    by marlene a harris

    i love using essential oils just started what a change

  • DailyWoman (Lacey)
    by DailyWoman (Lacey)

    The one I use most without a diffuser is Lavender. I use it on my pillow.

  • Jeff
    by Jeff


  • Valerie Chacon
    by Valerie Chacon

    I just learned something new with lemongrass oil! Thank You!

  • lisa
    by lisa

    I use lavender to help me sleep at night I put a drop on each of on my temples every night and on the soles of my feet , get a very restful night of sleep

  • Yvonne Tabaracci
    by Yvonne Tabaracci

    I love lavender for so many things

  • Darla Peduzzi
    by Darla Peduzzi

    I'm new to essential oils and didn't know you could use them without a diffuser. Thanks for the great info :)

  • Freya
    by Freya


  • Freya
    by Freya

    So cool learnt something new!

  • kathy hammac
    by kathy hammac

    My friend uses these oils for cleaning and relieving stress. Can't wait to try myself.

  • Ashleigh
    by Ashleigh

    Love lavender oil and use it in my bath a few times a week to relax and get some rest

  • belinda bell
    by belinda bell

    I have just started using essential oils. And I love lavender to help me sleep.

  • Daniel
    by Daniel

    Great article

  • Cathy Couture
    by Cathy Couture

    J'ai découvert les huiles essentiel l'hiver dernier et je pourrais plus m'en passer.

  • nathalie tremblay
    by nathalie tremblay

    lavender on my pillow

  • Danielle Sullivan
    by Danielle Sullivan

    At home, these are essentials, thank you

  • Melissa Nesbitt
    by Melissa Nesbitt

    I have a lava stone bracelet that I apply essential oils too. Lavender is a favorite.

  • Kelly
    by Kelly

    I like the tip about the rosemary oil.


    lavender help me to get aslpeep better and faster than anything else

  • Kat Olmstead
    by Kat Olmstead

    Lavender can be a life saver!

  • Suzy Q
    by Suzy Q

    I love the blended oils.

  • Jennylyn Gross
    by Jennylyn Gross

    wow I need to try this

  • Beverly Hall
    by Beverly Hall

    I notices that all of the essential oils to use on face and body are single scents, are blends not a good idea?

  • Tina Holley
    by Tina Holley

    I love making bath products with ylang ylang, lavender, and lemongrass.

  • Michael Meredith
    by Michael Meredith

    My uses these oils in her healing and meditation time.

  • Phillip Russell
    by Phillip Russell

    sounds like it would work well

  • Jessica C
    by Jessica C

    These must smell so good! The one I would like the most would be Lavender!

  • Shane A
    by Shane A

    I'd like to try Lemmongrass for tightening skin. I didn't realize the oil had this property.

  • Annette
    by Annette

    I'll try topical rosemary, because I can always use a pick-me-up in the afternoon. I usually crash around that time.

  • Sandy Adams
    by Sandy Adams

    I use the lavender essential oil along with an almond oil as a base. I make my own essential oil mix and give them out for gifts to family and friends.

  • Michelle H.
    by Michelle H.

    I tried lemongrass oil for my skin after reading your articles. It was good when I used only a few drops in a palm full of olive oil. Otherwise, it stung. It really does seem to tighten pores and smooth the skin. I have found that natural soap with lemongrass oil also works.

  • Jefferey
    by Jefferey

    Great. Thanks !

  • Blackbird Willow
    by Blackbird Willow

    Orange oil also calms and soothes children.

  • charlie m
    by charlie m

    lavender for sleep never fails

  • Cheryl
    by Cheryl

    I love lavender. It's so calming.

  • Annette
    by Annette

    I'm going to try applying lavender, topically.

  • emanuela
    by emanuela

    i use lavander

  • staci
    by staci

    I love essential oils and this article gave me ideas for uses I had never considered before.

  • marlene a harris
    by marlene a harris


  • Jennylyn Gross
    by Jennylyn Gross

    thank you for the tips

  • Christina Sparks
    by Christina Sparks

    Thanks for the article, I been recently trying to learn more about the benefits of essential oils and even something I never heard of belly button bathing with oils.

  • Karen R
    by Karen R

    I think I need to order some lemongrass. I need help with fine wrinkles around the eyes. Thanks for the information.

  • Kristen
    by Kristen

    Thank you for these tips I will be using some of these

  • Deanna T
    by Deanna T

    these scents all sound lovely. appreciate the info of where to apply the oils.

  • Donna Clifford
    by Donna Clifford

    I didn't know orange essential oil was an immune booster. Glad I know.

  • Makalah p.
    by Makalah p.

    Great article, I love the lavender oil!

  • Shane A
    by Shane A

    I love learning new ways to use essential oils topically. I choose to use jojoba oil as a carrier oil.

  • Jane O
    by Jane O

    Jasmine is my absolute favourite essential oil. Such a gorgeous fragrance.

  • Wanda B
    by Wanda B

    I'm definitely going to try some of these, especially the lemongrass oil.

  • Wilson
    by Wilson

    Smells amazing!

  • Betty s
    by Betty s

    Great information here. going to keep this post for future reference

  • Jennifer H.
    by Jennifer H.

    I like the Lavender essential oil.

  • Jessica W.
    by Jessica W.

    Rosemary is my favorite, but I have not yet tried it outside of the diffuser.

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