A diffuser is a small device that uses diffusion to disperse essential oils. The essential oil diffuser natural fragrance, has the ability to fill the room or arena been used, it’s also serves as a natural and inexpensive air purifier.
How to Find A Good Essential Oil Diffuser
Always go for a quality diffuser even if you must spend a little bit more money. You will have your diffuser for a long time so it should be easy to operate and easy to clean.Do not get contraptions (and that’s what they’ll truly look like) where you have to screw a glass nebulizer onto an oil bottle. The nozzles plug up all the time and you can’t use different size bottles.Some of the best essential oil diffusers are the steel base diffusers that hold a glass nebulizer and have a small well that can hold an essential oil bottle upside down.
A separate air pump with tubing provides the power to nebulize the contents of the bottle, and the stainless-steel base will be very easy to clean with some alcohol or hot soapy water.It’s important that you have a quiet air pump supplied with the unit preferably with a built-in timer, as this is the only drawback of a cold air diffuser. They can be a little bit noisy. It helps to have a long air tube so you can display your beautiful diffuser on a table, but put the pump under the desk or couch.
Take an Essential Oil Diffuser With You On The Road
There are several travel fan diffusers on the market. Be sure you use one that has a fan to get oils into the air. Generally, they have insertable pads to apply your oils to. A travel diffuser is not as effective as using a nebulizer because some of the oil will stay on the pad. But they will sure make your hotel room smell fresh and kill odors.
What can you put into your diffuser?
Any oil can be added to a diffuser except viscous oil which includes, vetiver, myrrh and sandal wood. It is also possible for you to blend up three oils together. But never add a blend to a blend and certainly don’t use essential oils that have been mixed with olive oil or almond oil to your diffuser.As a general rule, diffuse a room for approximately ten minutes every hour to saturate the air. But if you need immediate relief, for instance for bronchitis, diffuse at a low power for an hour.
With an essential oil diffuser in your home you won’t need those synthetic scented wall plug-ins anymore! What exactly are those little units spraying out anyway? I personally believe they highly contribute to your allergies and headaches. Save money by getting rid of them, and start using a diffuser!
Aside from using mood lights and relaxing music, more and more people are using an essential oil diffuser in their homes. If the mood lights are meant to appeal to your sense of vision and music to your sense of hearing, this diffuser is used to appeal to your sense of smell, so that everything would contribute to an overall spa experience.