If you are looking for aromatherapy gift ideas for your customized gift basket, you are in the right place.
Aromatherapy gift baskets are all the rage today and for good reason too. They are easy to assemble, budget-friendly, can be gifted on any occasion and the final result is absolutely stunning!
When creating aromatherapy gift baskets, you don’t want them all to look the same or to have the same contents. The beauty of these baskets is that you can customize them for each person on your list depending on their needs and preferences.
With that in mind, the first thing you will need to do is make a list of aromatherapy items that you will add into the different basket, which is really the fun part of this process! This is when you can get creative and choose items that reflect the theme for the aromatherapy basket.
First…Think About the Size of Your Container
Before looking at aromatherapy gift ideas for your basket, you must think about the size of your container.
Although you will be buying the container after you’ve decided what items you are gifting each person, you should give some thought to the type and size of container you will be using.
If you are planning on gifting a large basket, you are not limited as to what you can put in it. You could include a few large items such as an aromatherapy diffuser, bottles of bath scrubs, body butters and salt scrubs, spa candles, with plenty of smaller items as fillers.
Naturally, you may not want to gift such large baskets to everyone on your list. For the smaller baskets, choose a variety of smaller aromatherapy-related items, such as individual bottles of essential oils, aromatherapy jewelry, or a scented drawer sachet.
I cannot overstate the importance of keeping your budget in mind when looking for aromatherapy gift ideas.
Lots of Aromatherapy Gift Ideas To Fill In Your Customized Basket
The Basics – Essential Oils
The most items to include in an aromatherapy gift basket are a few bottles of essential oils. While you will also be adding in candles, drawer sachets and other scented items using the oils, putting one or two essential oils in the basket is a good idea. It allows your recipient to use the oils directly.
If this is for a seasonal basket, then you can include some seasonal scents as well as some traditional scents, so your recipient can pick and choose what they want to use.
Lavender, chamomile, vanilla and lemon are the more popular traditional scents and make an excellent addition to any aromatherapy basket.
If you are putting together a Christmas gift basket, you may want to add a couple of these seasonal scents:
These essential oils are great for using alone in the bath or in an essential oil diffuser for that distinctive Christmas aroma.
Essential Oil Blends
Alternatively, they can be combined with each other and used as blends. Mixing together different oils in varying combinations will result in a variety of blends.
You can also choose some seasonal essential oil blends, which smell like specific things to remind them of the holidays and other festive things around this time of year. Here are some idea of what you might find to put in the gift basket:
This is just a small collection of the blends you can find that are festive and perfect to include in an aromatherapy gift basket.
Don’t Forget the Extras –
- Bath and body gift basket
- Homemade spa gift basket
- Christmas spice aromatherapy gift basket
- Aromatherapy gift basket for tweens and teens
- Essential oil beginner’s kit to get started using aromatherapy
- Honeymoon aromatherapy gift basket
- Thank you or Hostess gift basket
- New baby gift basket
- Relaxation aromatherapy gift basket
- Winter comfort basket
- Aromatherapy gift basket for someone who works out
- Store-bought spa gift basket