A nebulizing diffuser helps to put a lot of aromatherapy into the air and is great for larger spaces or your living room.
Did You Know?
Up to 75% of your emotions can be attributed to just your sense of smell! That’s why using a diffuser on a daily basis can help you so much!
The Main Problem That We All Face
Do you know someone that is feeling down or is a little under the weather? Would you like a natural solution for balancing your emotions that really cranks out the aromatherapy? This diffuser is a good natural solution for you then!
Top 3 Benefits Of A Nebulizing Diffuser
1.) Uses a jet or air blowing across a small tube to create a vacuum that pulls the oil at the bottom of the tube to the top of the tube. This state of the art technology is great since it doesn’t use any heat and retains the therapeutic value
2.) The airflow blowing across the surface of the oil at the top of the tube blows away a fine mist with a constant air supply source. This allows the diffuser to run on and off all day based on the settings you choose
3.) This type of diffusion can put a large amount of oil into the air in a short amount of time. This is great for living rooms or larger spaces.
This Diffuser Goes Best With
1.) Wild orange oil: This is called the happy oil or oil of abundance for a reason! It smells like you just opened up a fresh orange and took a bite of it!
2.) Lavender oil: Known for its calming and relaxing benefits, lavender is an amazing oil that reduces stress and gets you in the mood for sleep like nobody’s business!
3.) Elevation oil blend: This is called the joyful blend because it helps with lifting your spirits when you’re feeling down or blue.
A nebulizing diffuser offers you a waterless way to clean the air and uplift your mood. This particular model allows you to set it and forget it!
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