Our New Cold-Mist Essential Oil Diffuser
As Nature’s Own Essence adds this high-quality, ultrasonic oil diffuser to their product line, they look to maintain their reputation as a provider of the highest-quality oils there are at the lowest possible prices you’ll find. The debut price of this product from Nature’s Own Essence will compete with all retailers of like products, and your purchase of this diffuser from Nature’s Own Essence’s website (http://www.naturesownessence.com) will include a free bottle of their top-selling product, a one-ounce bottle of lavender essential oil.
The diffuser’s aromatic output circulates through a medium-sized, well ventilated room quickly. In a more intimate setting, the diffuser’s cool and humid vapor releases strongly and centers well, providing maximum aromatherapy benefit. Safe, ultrasonic pulsations diffuse your favorite essential oil and create a soothing mist. Select from 4 lighting options: Pink only, Blue only, Color-alternating, and lights-out.
Get the Most Out of Your Essential Oil Collection
When using essential oils for aromatherapy, it’s important to choose a diffuser wisely. Not all methods of aromatic oil use are equal, and burners could be the worst possible way to use essential oils.
Oil burners work by setting a dish of some kind directly above a flame, which burns the oils and releases the aroma via a mix of the oil’s product and the heat’s radiation. This method damages the composition and elements within the oil, and changes how the most beneficial aromas disperse. Heat will dissipate the most volatile compounds first, while leaving heavier elements behind and changing the composition of the oil. In turn, this dramatically influences the oil, and often strips it of most of its aromatic therapeutic benefit.
Quality Oil Diffusers draw out the aromatic benefit of the essential oils as effectively as possible, often using methods like cold fusion and ultrasonic diffusion. An ultrasonic diffuser operates by atomizing water and essential oils when mixed together. This breaks up molecules within the oil less abruptly, and then distributes them via a slightly humidified mist-like vapor.