Friday, January 19, 2018

Aromatherapy Diffuser Ultrasonic — Atomizer/Humidifier (Colors May Vary)

Aromatherapy Diffuser Ultrasonic — Atomizer/Humidifier (Colors May Vary)

  • Now with ON/OFF switch for the blue lights in the dome.
  • Built in timer settings let you run the diffuser continuously or intermittently.
  • You can operate it for about 10 hours for less than a penny.
  • Ultrasonic diffusion is a cool mist process that breaks down water and oil into airborne molecules without heat.
  • The mist is created by a small ceramic membrane vibrating at 1,600,000 times per second. The tiny movements of this membrane create a quiet and efficient Humidifying system.

This Ultrasonic Humidifying Diffuser provides a Cool, Refreshing Mist.
Simply add your favorite Essential Oil to the water reservoir and press a few buttons for automatic operation.

This attractive little unit is only 6″ in diameter, and 4″ tall The Aroma-Sonic covers about 800 square feet.

Rating: (out of 22 reviews)

List Price: $ 80.00

Price: $ 59.00

AURA CACIA, Aromatherapy Room Diffuser – 1 unit

  • Country of origin: USA
  • Please read all label information on delivery.

Aura Cacia, the leader in aromatherapy products, offers a wide assortment of aromatherapy tools. >From the Professional House Model diffuser, to the very affordable Lamp Rings, these accessories deliver the ultimate aromatherapy experience.

Rating: (out of 2 reviews)

List Price: $ 14.99

Price: $ 11.24

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7 Responses to “Aromatherapy Diffuser Ultrasonic — Atomizer/Humidifier (Colors May Vary)”
  1. Cindy Brock says:

    Review by Cindy Brock for Aromatherapy Diffuser Ultrasonic — Atomizer/Humidifier (Colors May Vary)
    This is a great nebulizer for essential oils. It has 5 different settings as well as a knob allowing you to adjust how much mist actually comes out. You do have to read the instructions to understand the settings. I like setting #2: the mist goes for about 2 hours then shuts off. If I fill it to the line, I can generally get 6 hours of use on the highest mist setting. Plus, don’t leave standing water in it. If you do, you will need to fill it with water and a small amount of bleach to kill the mold that forms. (This is true for any water-type piece of equipment such as this.)

    NOTE: The price shown here is about $25 higher than what it’s actually sold for at all the places where I have seen these. (I happen to know the wholesale cost and the markup on this is very high.)

  2. Pet friendly says:

    Review by Pet friendly for Aromatherapy Diffuser Ultrasonic — Atomizer/Humidifier (Colors May Vary)
    I love this little machine. It’s small and quiet. I fill it with filtered water before I go to sleep and place a few drops of essential oil to help me relax, and to help clear my allergies and sinuses. I like it because it produces a fine mist. You do have to place a washcloth or placemat underneath it to catch the moisture. You can set it to automatically shut off in various time increments, and there are features to adjust dispersal of moisture. The internal blue light is very bright and can not be shut off while the machine is running. So if bright lights bother you while you sleep, I suggest you get an eye mask. You’ll want to keep the device by your nightstand or close to where you sleep to get the benefits. Or, if you like it in the living room or day room, the light will actually be a nice addition. Be sure to rinse it out as soon as you are done using it I order to prevent bacteria from growing.

  3. Leah Starsky says:

    Review by Leah Starsky for Aromatherapy Diffuser Ultrasonic — Atomizer/Humidifier (Colors May Vary)
    I used to snub my nose at all of the electric diffusers, and would only use candle oil burners. Then I bought this on a whim and I can’t tell you how thrilled I am with it! It’s better than using heat, and despite the price it’ll save you money because 5 drops of oil is about all you need for *hours* of fragrance. I used a lot more in my candle burners. Buy it, you’ll be glad you did!

    FYI for those inexperienced in use of oils: for your protection/best results only use 100% pure essential oils and be sure you educate yourself on safe EO use.

  4. L. Burton says:

    Review by L. Burton for Aromatherapy Diffuser Ultrasonic — Atomizer/Humidifier (Colors May Vary)
    This is a great ultrasonic diffuser for lightly scenting the air using essential oils. I have one for my bedroom, purchased over 2 years ago, and another unit for my office at work, purchased over a year ago. The unit has a blue light and beeps when it runs out of water, so keep this in mind if you want to use it at night. Here are instructions to disable the blue light,

    but unfortunately you can’t disable the beeping.

    Many ultrasonic mist diffusers do not have a fan to help disperse the mist into the room, the mist just seems to float out of the unit. This unit does have a fan and I find it very effective for helping to disperse the aroma of the EOs I use.

    I’ve never had any trouble with either of the units I own, however it does have a couple of quirks. Neither of my units have a water fill mark and I find I can fill it to within about 1/4 inch of the top (not enough to cover the small cylinder inside). I’ve overfilled it and had it not work until I realized my error. Also, there is a floating disk inside that rises when you fill with water. One time I filled the unit and it would not work until I discovered that this disk was stuck & did not rise with the water level. A gentle tap released it and the unit then worked perfectly.

    While I feel the unit is a tad expensive and should sell for under $50, I would still purchase another one if the need arose, because the unit is so well made and it’s been such a reliable, effective device.

  5. B. L. Kliesen says:

    Review by B. L. Kliesen for Aromatherapy Diffuser Ultrasonic — Atomizer/Humidifier (Colors May Vary)
    I really like this diffuser. It is quiet and diffuses the oils nicely. I do wish it were easier to clean and not quite as bright at night but it is so much nicer than my old one, I really can’t complain. The timing function is wonderful. You can set it and let it run. I mainly use it to diffuse lavendar at night to help me sleep so I can set it for a few hours or all night long.

  6. RM says:

    Review by RM for AURA CACIA, Aromatherapy Room Diffuser – 1 unit
    I bought this one to replace another I’ve had for years, it’s still one of the best diffusers to get. I use oils when they’re needed, i.e… bug going around or need to relax the atmosphere. So it works very well, no candles, no noise, easy to use and replaceable pads. I really do like this diffuser. Thanks

  7. Emily says:

    Review by Emily for AURA CACIA, Aromatherapy Room Diffuser – 1 unit
    This gives off a good smell initially but in a few hours most of the smell from the essential oils is gone.

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