Over the past year I have reviewed over a dozen essential oil diffusers. To decipher the differences, you have to look at the details. Before we go there, here’s my video on this diffuser so that you can see it in action.
Most diffusers are very similar. Almost all have a variety of light colors which create ambiance. Most have automatic shut off so when the water runs out, the unit will turn itself off. This one is no exception. Most have plastic interiors.
This diffuser comes packaged in a brown box. Included is a plastic beaker for pouring water into the diffuser as well as a power cord and instruction booklet.
This particular diffuser has 4 timing options, including 1 hour, 3 hours, 6 hours and ON. The diffuser will automatically turn off after its allotted time. The multiple timing option feature is something you will only see on premium diffusers.
What sets apart a better diffuser is both power and noise during operation. Your better diffusers will put out a powerful vapor. This one does just that. Your best diffusers will operate silently. This diffuser has a near silent operation, indicating a high quality unit.
This is a powerful diffuser that puts out a powerful vapor.
The body is the final element that sets diffusers apart. Most are made of plastic. Better diffusers are made of glass, but are pretty few and far between. The cheapest diffusers are made of a flexible plastic. This diffuser has a wood grain finish.
It’s a rigid hard plastic, but does not feel like plastic at all. It has a realistic wood grain and is very convincing. It’s the most attractive diffuser I own. It has a nice shape and truly does look like wood. I really like the walnut grain finish. The wood look of this diffuser provides an organic property which is highly appealing.
I love filling the air with wonderful scents and enjoy the calming and balancing aspects of aromatherapy. Diffusers can be used in any room of the home or office.
Adding essential oils to your water can achieve any number of beneficial effects, depending on your goals and which essential oil you choose to use. My “go-to” potion includes Lavender Oil, Myrrh and Frankincense. I set the timer for 1 hour and put it on as I fall asleep at night. It has a relaxing and meditative effect. You can select your light color to create a night light and the mood you wish to create.