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Ultrasonic Aromatherapy Diffuser

Updated on February 8, 2018

I was at my chiropractor's office a couple of weeks ago and they had an ultrasonic aromatherapy diffuser on the counter. It had a blue light and was delivering this incredible scent into the room so I just had to ask about it. It seems it infuses the air with natural healing qualities of aromatic essential oils. Well I just had to go get one.

It has now found a home in my living room and every evening I have it running. I bought an essential oil for well-being and I have to say I do feel I little more relaxed (but that could also be the glass of wine)!

What I love about this little machine is that it adds a lovely scent to the room. I find that this is actually a better idea than using room sprays or scented candles.Unlike candles I don’t have to worry about a fire hazard because candles can fall over. As well I know that by using natural aromatherapy oils I am not breathing in any chemicals and the atmosphere in the room is not being polluted by smoke.

It also has a blue LED light that I find kind of cool. It is supposed to help with the mood in the room as well! The timer has five settings and the mist has three settings. When the water in the diffuser gets too low it shuts off but gives a beep to let you know.

I use the third setting because it seems that the water level doesn't shrink as fast. It disperses the mist for about 5 seconds and then rests for 40 seconds.

I'm glad I bought this diffuser. It was easy to set up and it's easy to use. I just add 3 to 5 drops of my essential oil and it does its thing for hours on end.

Update: I've been using this aromatherapy diffuser for several months now and I can't live without it. It is especially good to use in the winter months with I'm not opening windows to air out the room. It makes everything a little bit cozy on a cold winter's night.

Classic Ultrasonic Aromatherapy Diffuser

Classic Ultrasonic Aromatherapy Diffuser - Silver
Classic Ultrasonic Aromatherapy Diffuser - Silver

This diffuser is easy to use, safe and silent. Just add water and your favorite essential oil or blends. It has an easy to use ON and OFF switch. Digitally controlled with auto shut-off when water level drops too low.

6 Blends and 6 Single Oils Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils-12/10 ml by Edens Garden
6 Blends and 6 Single Oils Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils-12/10 ml by Edens Garden

This is a great starter kit with all natural oils. Since the oils come in a lovely box they make a great gift as well as a nice way to store the oils.

H2EO Ultrasonic Diffuser Blue Lights Model
H2EO Ultrasonic Diffuser Blue Lights Model

You do not want a diffuser that uses heat or air pumps as that can damage the essential oils. This diffuser also uses ultrasound to deliver the scent through out the room on vapor. Use your favorite essentials oils to improve your mood, get a good night's sleep or improve your well-being.


This video shows how to use the aromatherapy diffuser. It is a little different than the one I have but it works essentially the same.

The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy
The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy

Of course you will need some information on different essential oils to use in your nebulizer. This book covers them all with explanations on how to use the oils and what oils to use for health and well-being.


Question and Answers

Can The Diffuser Be Used With Citrus Oils?

Yes, it can be used with citrus oils. Just make sure to clean it regularly with vinegar and water.

Is this Diffuser a Nebulizing Diffuser?

This is an ultrasonic diffuser. It uses ultrasonic movement to break up the EOS into micro particles. A nebulizing diffuser uses only oils.

What are the Different Settings?

If you choose one light it will run until the water level gets too low and then it stops; two lights runs for 2 hours; three lights runs for 5 seconds on and then 40 seconds off; four lights rungs 15 seconds on, 50 seconds off; and five lights runs for 30 minutes on and 15 minutes off.

Can the Diffuser Use Tap Water?

If you have a lot of fluoride or other chemicals in the water, you might want to use filtered water to get a more natural mist from the diffuser.

How Much Water Does the Bowl Take?

It takes about nine ounces of water.

A Great Way to Use Aromatherapy!


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