Frequently Asked Questions
How many drops of oils should be used?
It really depends on the device but most recommend not more than 3-5 drops of oils or else it will corrode your machine over time. This will keep the solution diluted and easier to spread across the room.
How do you clean an essential oil diffuser?
You may use any mild, non-toxic cleaner of your choice to clean the diffuser. Any cleaner that is considered corrosive (such as bleach, strongly acidic cleaners, etc.) should be avoided. Please note, if the diffuser has a metal ultrasonic plate, use rubbing alcohol to clean the plate as instructed in the product manual.
What is the purpose of an essential oil diffuser?
Essential oil diffusers are excellent tools to get beneficial essential oils into the air, where their effects can be felt. They have long been used in aromatherapy treatments as they help to cleanse the air and promote soothing feelings in the environment.
Does it come with auto shut off feature?
Yes, the essential oil diffusers of today require having an auto shut off as it is not possible to operate the diffuser manually in the midst of your sleep. So it must come with the great feature of auto-shut off which switches on as soon as the water limits starts to fall.
What type of water we should use in the diffuser?
Well, this is one of the common questions, which people ask about diffusers. Since the water is the base content to dilute the essential oil so the users must be perfect in selecting the water. Make sure you do not use distilled water. It is better to use unfiltered tap water or the unit needs to be cleaned because oils cling to ceramic disc or sensor.
Is it safe to inhale the mist?
Yes, the essential oil is broken down into finer mist as it helps to absorb easily by our body. There is no harm in inhaling the mist, it rather ads therapeutic benefits that you were looking for so long.
Is an oil diffuser the same as a humidifier?
There are few essential oil diffusers that add enough moisture to the air to be thought of as a humidifier. While an Essential Oil Diffuser can put moisture in the air, most will only add a small amount of humidity to the room.