Ask yourself if you work under pressure everyday, and coming into home, tortured by the trivialities of life such as household chores, paying the bills, and watching babies. If so, you need an appliance to help you find peace and calm, and talk with your soul – Aromatherapy Essential Oil Diffuser.
What is Aromatherapy Essential Oil Diffuser?
Aromatherapy essential oil diffuser is able to atomize water and natural essential oils, so that the room maintains a proper humidity level, and produces a certain amount of negative ions (have health benefit on human body), purifying the air, while achieving the effect of aromatherapy. It helps de-stress, keep a positive mental health and peace of mind for a long life and future, and even helps relieve influenza, hypertension, bronchitis, protect the nervous system, cardiovascular system and the metabolism of the human body.
Select the Perfect Essential Oil Diffuser and Start Your Own Aromatherapy!
There are 4 main types of essential oil diffusers on the market today. Consider your needs and choose the right one.
- Nebulizing Diffusers – Nebulizing essential oil diffusers are often seen as the best type of diffusers for many reason. They use no heat or water to function keeping the essential oil in its natural state as it becomes a mist. You will have the 100% pure natural oils from Mother Nature right there with you for healthy well-being and the breathtaking aroma. Most of nebulizing essential oil diffusers are made of hand-blown glass sitting on elegant wood bases, instead of plastic.
- Ultrasonic Diffusers – They also create fine mist with great therapeutic results like the nebulizer, but they work in a different way, using electronic frequencies to create ultrasonic vibrations that break up the molecules for distribution. With its use of water, you have the added benefit of a small amount of moisture and humidity in your room. The ultrasonic, by having water will moisturize dry flaky skin, soothe, and moisturize dry sinuses. So it’s great when the weather turns chilly and dry.
- Evaporative Diffusers – They usually use a small fan to generate a wind and heat to cause the oil to evaporate into the air. One drawback is that as the essential oil evaporates, the lighter components will disperse faster than heavier components, making it difficult to get the complete benefits of the oils. Evaporative essential oil diffusers are typically the least expensive and are good for personal use or in a small space.
- Heat Essential Oil Diffusers – A heat diffuser heats the essential oils until they evaporate into the air. Thicker oils, like Sandalwood, can be well-dispersed into a room when using a heat diffuser. Heat diffusers come in many types, including electric heat diffusers, candle heat diffusers and lamp ring. They are relatively inexpensive and quiet, but they can change the chemical composition of your oils when they are heated. Some use higher levels of heat that can make the scent more intense, but this defeats the purpose when you are trying to get essential healing benefits. Lower levels of heat can keep things subtle without changing the compounds too much and still make your home smell good.
What kind of Essential Oil Do You Need?
An essential oil is a concentrated hydrophobic liquid containing volatile aroma compounds from plants. Here picks the most popular essential oils for you to create your own aromatherapy.
Lavender Oil – helps slow the activity of the central nervous system, improve sleep quality, fight anxiety, promote better concentration, and help encourage hair regrowth in those suffering from alopecia areata, a type of hair loss.
Eucalyptus Oil – great for respiratory health; help alleviate a cough and congestion, and helps to loosen phlegm in the nasal passages and lungs.
Peppermint Oil – helps alleviate nausea, headache, upset stomach, gas, indigestion, and anxiety.
Tea Tree Oil – fights harmful organisms by damaging cell membranes. Tea tree oil also inhibits the growth and sporulation of yeast and fungus. The oil can be applied topically to cuts to discourage infection.
Blue Chamomile Oil – helps with eczema, wounds, bruises, burns, canker sores, mastitis, and other conditions.
Rose Oil – promotes a calm mood and fights harmful organisms; It contains tocopherol (a vitamin E compound), carotene, and high levels of phenolic compounds, and make your skin more permeable.
Neroli Oil – helps relieve symptoms associated with menopause and stress. It also boosts the actions of the endocrine system, fights harmful organisms, and soothes irritation.
Pomegranate Oil – may help delay the development of colon cancer and skin cancer, and enhances the immune system.