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How do Diffusers work???

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Curious about Essential Oils? Diffusing is one of the easiest and quickest ways to get "into" oils! I prefer to use oils this way because my whole family (and guests!) can benefit from aromatherapy at the same time without having to apply individually. Diffusers work by breaking down the essential oil into micro molecules then projecting them into the air to fill a room or work space.

As the oils break down they release natural ozone and freshen and improve the quality of the air. The particles remain in the air for several hours depending on how long the diffuser was on and how much oil was used.

Benefits:

Easy to Use and Clean
Breaks down Most Essential Oils (no matter the viscosity or volatility)
Low Noise Level (I find it soothing!)
Air Saturation is High
Most have Auto-Shut off option
Eliminate environmental odors
Purify the air to create a healthy environment
Promote a relaxing and calming atmosphere

Areas to consider diffusing:

In the work place to improve concentration and mental clarity
Before/during bedtime to help wind down, support occasional sleeplessness and to promote wellness and vitality
Home or office to helps ease tension and relieve stress
At the barn or kennel to help purify the air and provide a relaxing environment

Using a Humidifier or Vaporizer:
I do not recommended using essential oils in a humidifier, vaporizer or a “wax burner/scent warmer” – heat alters the chemistry and may affect the therapeutic effects of the oil.

I do create wax melts but DO NOT promote therapeutic benefits from them.

Check out Essential Oil Diffusers HERE for the best usage from your Essential Oils. 



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