Aromatherapy diffusers are becoming more popular from year to year and they have become quite inexpensive. Why not introduce a soothing, chemical-free fragrance to your home?
You may want to get into the bliss of lavender and eucalyptus after a hard day's work. Or maybe you live with pets (or people), who can not help but pollute the whole apartment with their harsh stench. Regardless of the odor situation, diffusers are a cost effective and effective way to create a more comfortable aromatic atmosphere in your home.
How do these things work? Well, first pour some water into the container of the diffuser and add a few drops of essential oil to the water. I like to exaggerate and shake as many drops as possible, but you only need a few. If you turn the device on, you create a fine mist with a tiny ultrasonic pad in the tank and emit a pleasant mist (sometimes with a small fan or just like a waterfall spilled from the top).
Aromatherapy The diffuser market is somewhat saturated, so it took us some time to find the best diffusers to buy. All of these diffusers are unique and useful for a variety of circumstances, but you can expect everyone to walk calmly (at around 1
InnoGear 500ml Diffuser ($ 24)
The InnoGear 500ml is the cheapest high-performance aromatherapy diffuser you can buy right away. It looks good, has a color-changing light and emits a much stronger fog than smaller diffusers.
If you want to smell your whole house sweet orange, you can let that wicked boy shine in his "strong" style for 10 to 15 hours before refilling. If you're just trying to make a bedroom or office smell nice, you can put the InnoGear in a "faint fog" mode for 15 to 20 hours. Those of you who happen to stay awake for 15 to 20 hours a day can now spend those troubled hours with the sweet scents of lavender and sage.
You have every reason to seriously consider the InnoGear 500ml. It's cost-effective, reliable, powerful and can run all day. If you are looking for something smaller, smarter or more portable, take a look at our list.
InnoGear 100ml Diffuser ($ 16)
The InnoGear 100ml is an uncomplicated and reliable aromatherapy diffuser. It has a classic design that you are probably used to, if you are familiar with the diffuser market and some default settings for the duration (1 hour, 3 hours and run empty). You can switch between 7 color settings, if you want a night light or a romantic mood lighting. This diffuser also has an "intermittent" fog mode, ie it starts and stops in 30 second increments. During the standard fog mode, the InnoGear 100ml works 7 to 9 hours. In "intermittent" mode it can work 9 to 11 hours.
There is not much to say about the InnoGear 100ml, and that's a good thing. It is cheap, reliable and easy to use. It does not look cheesy or conspicuous, and it's good if your home smells good. The only disadvantage of this diffuser is its capacity and performance. Yes, 7 to 9 hours is a long run, but that means that this diffuser evaporates water very slowly and produces very little fog. Low power is fine for small rooms, but this diffuser will not dramatically change the smell of your home.
Aptoyu 200ml Diffuser ($ 12)
If you're looking for something cute and portable, the Aptoyu 200ml is just right in your alley. It is powered by a USB cable so you can connect it to your computer while working or connect it to a portable battery in the subway. If you choose to carry the Aptoyu in public, you can impress people by scrolling through the LED color settings.
If you fall in love with the Aptoyu look, you'll be glad it's not. It's just a cheap joke. This device holds twice as much water as the InnoGear 100ml and has the same "intermittent fog" mode that turns the diffuser on and off at 30 second intervals.
However, the running time of the Aptoyu can take some of the pressure off you. Although the Aptoyu contains twice as much water as the InnoGear 100ml, the Aptoyu can only run for about 6 hours before it has to be refilled. On the other hand, this means that the Aptoyu Miststream is stronger than the current that comes from the InnoGear 100ml, but it can not run nearly as long.
ALOVECO 300ml Remote Diffuser ($ 23)
If a compliant and couch-potato-friendly diffuser piques your interest, check out the ALOVECO 300ml Remote Diffuser. This baby comes with a remote control so you can stay seated while changing the LED color of the diffuser or fog mode. Like some of our diffusers, the ALOVECO has an intermittent fog mode that turns the fog on and off at 30-minute intervals. Between the strong and weak fog modes, the ALOVECO can run for about 10 hours each.
Remote controls are super cool, but here's the thing. Some people fill up their aromatherapy diffuser to the brim, turn on that sucker and let it run until it's empty. If you are this type of person, you can also forget the remote control. The ALOVECO is best suited for restless people who change the settings on their diffuser every few hours. You might want to put one of these things on a high shelf, or you might want to put it behind furniture. In any case, this is a great diffuser, but some people will not be able to do anything with the remote.
Sierra Modern Home 400ml Smart Diffuser ($ 37)
Would not you like to be surrounded by a decadent fog? of jasmine and peppermint without getting up to turn on a diffuser? Unlike traditional aromatherapy diffusers, the Sierra Modern Home Smart Diffuser can be powered by a smartphone, a Google Home device, or an Alexa device. That is, you can control the LED color, fog intensity, and timer duration of the diffuser without moving a finger.
However, the most useful aspect of the Sierra Smart Diffuser is its scheduling feature. You can program the intelligent diffuser to operate at specific times during the week. Imagine you would smell like eucalyptus or tea tree without a second thought?
Although you can not tell your phone to fill up the smart diffuser, you probably do not have to worry about it all the time. 400 ml is plenty of water, and you can operate the smart diffuser for 12 hours before it gets dry. If you let this thing run for an hour a day, it would take about two weeks without refilling. That's pretty luxurious.
AromaAllure Waterless Portable Diffuser (22 $)
Not every aromatherapy diffuser needs to produce fog. Perhaps you are a teacher or an office worker who wants to take on the scent of sweet orange without using chemicals or creating fog. You may want to take the smells of eucalyptus and tea tree with you on the go, but you can not top up with a typical diffuser in the car. The portable diffuser AromaAllure Waterless does not generate fog as it uses no water. It is a discreet, strong fragrance manufacturer that can be powered by a USB cable or AAA batteries.
How does the Dang thing work? Magic? When you open the AromaAllure, you see a small fabric pad over a tiny fan. You drip some essential oil on the fabric, close the diffuser and turn it on. The tiny fan creates a warm air flow in the diffuser and a strong smell is released from the lid.
While not as romantic as a typical aromatherapy diffuser, the AromaAllure is much more portable and discreet. Again, this is a great option for people who want to take essential oils or avoid fog.