An essential oils diffuser is one of many ideal ways to enjoy the potential health benefits of aromatherapeutic essential oils. All you have to do is breathe in and enjoy! Here are five types of diffusers ideal for nearly every lifestyle.
Many natural health advocates, including herbalists and aromatherapists, believe that using essential oils may support your health. People use essential oils for just about everything, from helping to support clear skin and promoting a healthy immune response during seasonal health challenges, to supporting sleep and a healthy mood response. Essential oil diffusers are the tools you need toÂ disperse essential oils into the air, so you can breathe in the fine vapors. Learn more below!
5 Types of Diffusers
01. For the Car
If rush-hour on the way home from a long day at work sends your blood pressure through the roof, a reusable aromatherapy car diffuser, such as the CarScenter Aromatherapy Car Diffuser from Wyndmere Essential Oils, may work for you! Just choose your favorite essential oil blends or single note essential oils, apply drops to the reuseable pad and plug it into your carâs adaptor. While the rest of the world is stewing over traffic standstills and line-cutters, youâll feel relaxed and calm inside your zenmobile. Also use it with orange, lemon or peppermint essential oil on your morning drive to help wake you up and get focused on your day!
Scents to try: Lavender, Chamomile, Brahmi Oil, Orange, Lemon, or Peppermint
02. For the Office
The Ultrasonic Dual Mist Oil Diffuser and Ultrasonic USB Oil Diffuser from NOW Foods are perfect for the office, because there is no heat or flame involved. You can simply plug either product into any outlet and program it to release bursts of scent every one, two or three hours. These diffusers are extremely quiet, so you wonât be interrupted during phone calls or meetings. Use them with energizing and focusing scents that smell subtle and wonât overpower a small work space, such as Wyndmereâs Balancing Synergistic Blend, which combines essential oils to help calm the nerves, promote relaxation and bring peace of mind.
Scents to try: Peppermint, Sweet Orange, Jasmine, or Cedarwood
03. For the Bedroom
Another efficient essential oils diffuser you can choose is the Ultrasonic Nebulizer Aromatherapy Diffuser from Wyndmere Essential Oils. This one is a winner in the bedroom, because it can be used as a nebulizer, humidifier, or an air purifier. It can be used to support sleep, temporarily support seasonal health changes, or promote a healthy mood. These types of diffusers typically combine essential oils with water, so the effects are subtle and not overpowering with scent.
Scents to try: Lavender, Chamomile, Myrrh, or Lemon Balm â (However, be careful with citrus oils due to their corrosive potential.)
04. For the Bathroom
The Aromatherapy Candle Lamp Diffuser from Aura Cacia is the perfect complement to a warm relaxing bath and can be especially helpful in temporarily soothing muscle aches or tired joints. Just add your favorite essential oils to the glass burner and heat it from below using a simple tea light candle. The heated oil will give off a scent that will fill the room. Donât forget to blow out the candle before you leave! You can find all kinds of aroma lamps in various colors and designs. Use them wherever you need a burst of scent or mood support. Aroma lamps are easy to use and are usually more economical than another type of essential oils diffuser. Theyâre also nice to use when you have visitors.
Scents to try: Eucalyptus, Clary Sage, or Rosemary
05. For the Living Room
And although itâs not a traditional essential oils diffuser, another way to enjoy the comforting, elegant fragrance of your favorite essential oil is by burning an all-natural, soy wax candle, such as Lavender Mason Jar Candle by Good Earth. The naturally scented non-GMO soy wax lasts for up to 75 hours of use. Soy wax candles look pretty, so they add to your decor, and they come in just about any scent combination you can imagine. Soy candles also burn cleaner than traditional candles, so there wonât be any leftover black soot and they are environmentally friendly.
Scents to try: Cranberry Spice, Macintosh Apple, or Eucalyptus
Also learn more about essential oils in our previous blog posts.
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