Why I started selling essential oil and fragrance diffusers

One of the best and most well-known uses for essential oils is their ability to help you unwind at the end of a hard day. Keep a diffuser at the office to help you relax on your lunch break. Have a diffuser ready to go when you get home from work in the evening. Set one on the bedside table to help your mind and body relax so you can sleep better at night
I have made jewelry for many years and the market has become completely saturated.After making some diffusers and speaking with many people that believe in the power of essential oils I had begun experimenting and to my amazement the things they said were true. I also wanted to carry fragrances and the diffusers can be used just in an area you want to smell good.I have made them that they can be put in a car,hung in your home and I can make any diffuser into a pendant.My jewelry journey has taken another path and I am very pleased that all my customers are happy with their diffusers.
To all of my wonderful return customers and to the new ones I will make. My journey into the jewelry world began during the "hippie era" in the mid 70's. I've lived in Pennsylvania all of my life. As a teenager my father owned a leather shop in the quaint village of "New Hope" in Bucks County Pennsylvania. Next to his handcrafted leather handbags my dad gave me a portion of space to display my work along the wall. At that time I worked with many types of beads and findings including mother of pearl, freshwater pearls, cloissone beads and a variety of many others. My first special order was from a couple that lived in North Jersey that wanted "trade bead collars" made for both of their beautiful long haired afghan dogs.
Many moons and eras have come and gone since then. I developed a unique style of jewelry with the diffusers and have managed to still have a blossoming business. I put my heart into each piece to give my customers a "one of a kind" piece of art at an affordable price. I have truly enjoyed my journey and hope to make many more unique pieces.