156: Top 10 Diffusers – Tips and Reviews

156: Top 10 Diffusers – Tips and Reviews

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We’ve collected some of the best essential oil diffusers of 2018 and we’ll share with you the pros and cons of each. This episode also covers the what, why, and how of diffusing, diffuser care and repair, and different types of diffusers.

In this Episode You’ll Discover:

  • ·Top reasons why you should diffuse

  • How to care for and repair a diffuser

  • Top 10 diffusers reviews- pros and cons (Below)

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Diffuser Reviews

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Organic Aromas Opulence Diffuser

Pros:

  • Beautiful craftsmanship, handcrafted, supports artisans and small business

  • Extremely quiet motor yet powerful and durable as well (will last a long time)

  • No water (some prefer this for a pureer experience and no added moisture)

Cons:

  • Glass is fragile (but replaceable)

  • Needs more oil to operate

Purchase ($105):

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Zenergy iHome Bluetooth Diffuser

Pros:

  • Bluetooth speaker & white noise machine (6 options)

  • Lots of great light options (including flicker/candle mode)

  • Cotton pad oil insert means it’s waterless and requires less cleaning

  • Remote control

  • Seems very durable

Cons:

  • Cotton pad oil insert means you’ll need to replace the cotton pad often and reorder often

  • Does not have a large output of aroma (which may be good if you like it more subtle)

  • Remote control and multiple button/customization options can be a bit confusing

Purchase ($80):

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Aroma Life by Your Oil Tools

Pros:

  • Bluetooth speaker

  • Cool light options

  • Ultrasonic (uses water) diffuser

  • Very durable

  • Straightforward and easy to use

Purchase ($40):

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ZenSense Dream

Pros:

  • Can run up to 22 hours. Holds a lot of water.

  • Low/high/or intermittent diffuse settings

  • Buttons on machine and on a remote control

  • Makes beautiful puffs of mist

  • Lots of light settings

Cons:

  • Many button options and remote are a little confusing

  • It’s a bit non-intuitive to put together and requires 2 hands to take lid on and off

  • On the louder side (lots of bubbling noise, which might be good if you like the sound of water)

Purchase ($99):

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SpaRoom - Piccolo

Pros:

  • Small and compact yet gives a great output of mist!

  • Plastic material, durability, and small size makes it perfect for traveling

  • Very affordable cost!

  • Last up to 16 hrs on intermittent mode

  • Light options include candle/flicker and off mode

  • Only 2 buttons and one-handed lid removal make this diffuser super easy and approachable

Cons:

  • It’s marketed for a small room, but I think it compares with other diffusers for larger rooms just fine

  • Need to have or purchase a USB socket to plug into

Purchase ($20 on pre-order now)

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SpaRoom - Moderno

Pros:

  • Straightforward and very easy to use

  • Creates nice big puffs of smoke

  • Nice lighting options

Cons:

  • Intermittent mode only runs for up to 10 hrs

Purchase ($40):

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SpaRoom - GuardianAir

Pros:

  • Covers a large room

  • Up to 20 hrs of continuous mist!

  • Many light options

  • Can control the mist output intensity (somewhat)

Cons:

  • Very basic design (just my opinion)

  • A bit large and bulky

  • No intermittent setting

Purchase ($40):

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Stadler Form Jasmine Aroma Diffuser

Pros:

  • Very modern and beautiful design with fine craftsmanship (I call it the Steve Jobs of diffusers)

  • Can last up to 24 hrs on intermittent mode!

  • Intermittent mode is unique and genius- (10 mins on and 20 mins off cycle - I love love love this option!!)

  • Texture is easy to grip, and lid comes off one-handed

  • Extremely quiet motor!

Cons:

  • Not a huge output, so might not cover a medium to large room

  • No light (some people like this)

Purchase ($60):

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TaoTronics Wood Grain Ultrasonic Diffuser

Pros:

  • Very affordable

  • Holds lots of water - last 14 hrs on intermittent setting

  • Easy and straightforward to use

  • Has intermittent and timer settings

  • Light options are nice

Cons:

  • I’m skeptical that the motor will last long at this price-point (but you never know!)

Purchase ($27):

Recipes Mentioned in this Episode:

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DIY Jewelry Cleaner

From Kyrsten in St. Louis Missouri

 Ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup Water

  • 2 TBSP Baking Soda

  • 1 TBSP Witch Hazel

  • 3 Drops Lemon Essential oil

  • Soft toothbrush

Instructions:

In a small glass bowl add baking soda, top with 3 drops of lemon essential oil (allow it to bubble and absorb). Add your jewelry to the bowl and top with witch hazel and warm water. After allowing your jewelry to soak for a couple minutes, gently scrub it with your soft toothbrush and rinse with warm water for clean and shiny jewelry!

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