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Spa Mist Color Changing Fountain Mister Reviews

August 4, 2010 by aromatherapymaster guest  
Filed under Aromatherapy Products

Spa Mist Color Changing Fountain Mister

  • Essential oils are broken into minute particles and delivered as mist through an ultrasonic ventilator
  • Professional quality diffuser with heavy duty piezoelectric ceramic system
  • Color-changing design creates a tranquil effect

Professional quality diffuser with heavy duty Piezo electric ceramic system.
Essential oils are broken into minute particles and delivered as mist through an ultrasonic ventilator.
Color-changing design creates a tranquil effect.

Rating: (out of 10 reviews)

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Price: $ 27.99

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Comments

5 Responses to “Spa Mist Color Changing Fountain Mister Reviews”
  1. WiseWoman says:

    Review by WiseWoman for Spa Mist Color Changing Fountain Mister
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    I found this on sale at GNC for $14.95! What a great buy! It’s really attractive in the dark and soothing. Watching the colors change can help you drop off to sleep. Several drops of oil will generate enough scent to be definitely noticeable without being overpowering. The air quality in the room improves with the cool misting via ultrasonic means. Best of all, this mister has a water sensor and shuts off automatically. I get 5 hours out of it when I fill the water to the recommended line. It’s safe, effective, and fun. I wouldn’t want to pay more than what I paid for it given its size and use of less expensive materials. But at that sale price, it’s terrific!

  2. Zdravko Smilevski says:

    Review by Zdravko Smilevski for Spa Mist Color Changing Fountain Mister
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    this flimsy little mister worked great for a couple of months, and then died. now i’m shopping for another one.

  3. Stuart Greene says:

    Review by Stuart Greene for Spa Mist Color Changing Fountain Mister
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    This is a very good choice if you are looking for an aromatherapy or scent inducing device. Since it uses no heat but ultrasound to disperse oil there is no degradation plus there is no carbon monoxide either. This happens to be a better choice than units costing several times as much. I have found this unit selling for much cheaper else where, so shop around.

  4. Electric Geek says:

    Review by Electric Geek for Spa Mist Color Changing Fountain Mister
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    I received this as a gift, ( If I knew about it before that, I would have bought it myself)and its great! I now leave it in my bathroom as a nightlight and good scent to keep it always smelling fresh and nice. It seems to run past 5 hours and then about once a day I refill and add some drops of oil ( bought some inexpensive ones at Pier One on sale) and voila! I am back in business again. I like that it has automatic shutoff in case I am not around when it runs out of water. My husband likes it so much he wants one for his downstairs den’s bathroom. ( good thing Father’s Day is just around the corner:) Its a dreamy deal. I highly recommend getting it from wherever you can find it.

  5. Meg Jaworowski says:

    Review by Meg Jaworowski for Spa Mist Color Changing Fountain Mister
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    Distilled water? Check. Essential oil? Check. Plugged in? Check. Turned on? Check…but the 2nd day this little piece of plastic wasn’t working. It doesn’t go on when you WANT it on, at least not with any consistency. It runs for maybe an hour to two at most, putting a fine mist into the air. But don’t expect it to do that the 2nd night you turn it on. Don’t waste your hard earned dollars.

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