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. 

Although they are usually used for either aesthetic or therapeutic purpose, they also boast some amazing health benefits!Some people use essential oils topically, others use them internally (although directly consuming many essential oils can be toxic), or inhale them. With essential oil diffusers, you get to control what oils are dispersed in the air, for how long, and in what concentration. For people who want to take a more active role in their own health, and prefer a natural, proven method with only a few side effects, purchasing an essential oil diffuser is an excellent choice.

Reasons to Use an Essential Oil Diffuser: Using an essential oil diffuser allows you to access all the benefits of essential oils, unlike heating oils in candle or wax warmers. In fact, applying heat to essential oils can actually denature many of the most important chemicals and compounds, so you are essentially just diffusing the oils for scent, and not for the more beneficial aspects. For this reason, you should always use a diffuser that doesn’t rely on heat to push out the scent. Heat diffusers often rely on heat and are not as effective as fan diffusers, nebulizing diffusers, evaporative diffusers, and ultrasonic diffusers. 

Key Benefits of EssentIal Oil Diffuser:

Promotes Good Sleep: Many essential oils can promote neurotransmitter activity in your brain, and stimulate a release of the hormones, serotonin, and dopamine, leading to restful, uninterrupted sleep. Excellent sleep oils include bergamot, sandalwood, and lavender 

Improves Respiratory Health: Inhaling essential oils can improve inflammation in the respiratory tracts, boost immune health, and help eliminate colds and coughs. Excellent oil for respiratory health includes lemon, palo santo, lavender, tea tree, and eucalyptus. 

Eliminates Odor: A room or home that smells musty, stale or smoky can easily be remedied by diffusing orange, grapefruit, bergamot or lemongrass oils. 

Elevates Mood: Essential oils have the power to eliminate sadness and depression by brightening your mood. You can also set a romantic dinner date by simply turning on the diffuser and letting the air of romance spread everywhere. Lavender and bergamot can work wonders for the same.m.

Reduces Stress & Anxiety: Many people diffuse essential oils to reduce anxiety and promote calmness of body and mind, particularly, oils like lavender, frankincense, neroli, and chamomile. 

Repels Insects: Many bugs cannot stand the aroma of diffused essential oils, and it can actually be fatal, making these oils great for preventing mosquitoes, gnats, and other pesky bugs from disturbing your space. Best insect-repellent oils include peppermint, lavender, cinnamon, geranium, and cedarwood. 

Increases Energy: If you regularly feel fatigued or lacking energy, certain oils, such as grapefruit, cinnamon, lemon, and orange are great for giving you a critical boost to energy and mood. Boosts Immune SystemMany essential oils have antibacterial and antiviral effects, which can help protect your immune system once they are inhaled. Immune-boosting oils include lemon, tea tree, peppermint, clove, and camphor. 

Controls Appetite: Some essential oils are known for interacting with the limbic system (the emotional side of our brain) and turning off our desire to eat, which can help with weight loss. Grapefruit, lavender, orange, ylang-ylang, and patchouli oil are best for curbing appetite.


Creates a Healthy Environment: Airborne bacteria can be very dangerous, but if you diffuse the right oils, you can create an antiviral and antibacterial environment in the home that keeps you and your family health. The best oils for this are tea tree, lemon, cinnamon, and oregano. 

Boosts Memory & Concentration: You can improve memory, cognitive function, and focus on diffusing oils like rosemary, basil, spearmint, lemongrass, and tangerine. 

Pain Relief: Another use of an essential oil diffuser is a pain reliever. It gives relief from headaches, sinus, joint pain, or pain arising from overworked muscles. 

Saves Money: Essential oil diffusers also help you save money by imparting its amazing health benefits and thereby reducing your need for coffee consumption. Not just that but, the diffusers also help in lowering your electricity bills and reducing your number of monthly or yearly visits to the doctor. 

Different Types of Essential Oil Diffusers:  Depending on what type of essential oil diffuser you choose, they might work in different ways. As mentioned earlier, there are five main types of essential oil diffusers, each with their own pros and cons, depending on how and where you wish to use them, as well as the affects you hope to achieve.

• Heat Diffuser – A heat diffuser heats the essential oil, causing it to evaporate, releasing the aroma of the oil into the air. 

• Fan Diffuser – A fan diffuser doesn’t rely on heat, but rather moves air across a wick or absorbent surface that contains the essential oil.   

• Evaporative Diffuser – In a similar way, evaporative diffusers allow the essential oil to be exposed to the air, and thus slowly evaporate.  

• Nebulizing Diffuser – Widely considered the best option for essential oil diffusers, nebulizing diffusers use cold, pressurized air to force essential oil molecules into an atomizer. 

• Ultrasonic Diffuser – This type of essential oil diffuser creates small vibrations within a combination of water and essential oil, which causes a fine mist to be released into the air, where it can be inhaled and improve the aroma of a room. 


Aroma Range – 100% Pure Organic Essential Oils  

Carefully blended for therapeutic benefit and natural aroma – Made in Australia 

Organic Blended Range: 

• Body Balance 

• Fab Feels 

 • Fully Focused 

 • Go Getter 

• Hay fever Help 

• Nighty Night 

Australian Range: 

• Tea Tree 

• Eucalyptus 

• Kunzea 

• Mandarin 

• Peppermint 

 • Rosemary