Esential Oils Diffusers

However, there are certain limitations you will encounter while using evaporative diffusers. Some of them are:

It is quite difficult to change oils. This is because the evaporative diffusers take in the oils so it is difficult to switch the oils.

Evaporative diffusers can only disperse within a small space. You might have to use an inhaler to perceive the smell in a room. If you are using a clay diffuser, you may only feel it within the area where you place it which is within 3 to 6 feet.

There are different kinds of Essential Oils and each one has its own different rate of diffusion. Each of these oils will disperse on its own by room-temperature, non-pressurized air and the oils will disperse at its own rate.

This means that when you diffuse an oil blend, the scent you perceive may be inconsistent (that is if you blend more than one kind of Essential Oil). The scent of the lighter oil will initially be strong but it will diffuse faster than the aroma of the stronger oils.

When is the best time to use a diffuser?

You can use an evaporative diffuser in your office or home.

You can always keep it in your bag since evaporative diffusers are portable.

Cecilia Ibru is a physiotherapist who owns her own spa. She uses Essential Oils to treat her clients.


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