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Organic Aromas Essential Oil Diffuser

organic aromasIt seems like everyone I know is into essential oils.  That is everyone except me, until now.  When offered to try out Organic Aromas’ Essential Oil Diffuser, I figured it would be the perfect opportunity to experience them for myself.

disclosure reviewBefore I share my thoughts, I’d like to tell you a little about the company and their product.  Organic Aromas is a group of health care professionals focused on developing unique product to enrich the lives of others.

They offer a beautiful selection of diffusers, including hand carved ones! I prefer sleek and simple in my home décor and chose the Raindrop.  I love how it looks in my living room.  All are made with specialty glass and high quality wood.

Raindrop-Essential-Oil-Diffuser-for-Aromatherapy-by-Organic-Aromas-Light-Wood-Nebulizing-Diffuser_largeWhy should you consider this product over ultrasonic diffusers, oil lamps, candle diffusers, or aroma heaters?  Organic Aromas’ nebulizing diffusers require no heat and no water.  Ultrasonic diffusers use water which increases the humidity in your home and delivers a weaker scent.  Oil lamps are messy and dangerous.  The burning that takes place with a candle diffuser changes the essential oils on a molecular level.  And aroma heaters deliver a weaker scent for a shorter period of time.  While all good reasons, the following is what makes me look forward to turning my Organic Aroma diffuser on each night…..

organic aroma diffuserEvery evening I am treated to a light show in addition to the lovely scent of my oils.  The colors are bright without being obnoxious and gradually change from one to another.

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Included with my order was a bottle of their signature oil.  This oil is a bit strong for my liking when I first turn on the diffuser, but within a few minutes the scent decreases to a level that I am fine with.  I had hoped to try their lavender oil before writing this review, but haven’t had the time to order it yet.  I will be sure to update this post after I do.  Because the signature scent is so strong at startup, I usually leave the room for approximately 10 minutes to give the scent time to lessen.

Other than enjoying a particular scent I never really understood the benefit of using aromatherapy.  Some of the benefits include relaxation, stress relief, and mood enhancement.  It can also boost your immune, respiratory, and circulatory systems.

Benefits of using an Organic Aroma Nebulizing Diffuser are:

  1. Safe to use because it doesn’t use heat
  2. It is quiet
  3. Because the essential oils are not diluted, you get a pure aroma
  4. It uses very little electricity
  5. Disperses the scent throughout a large area
  6. Because it does not contain plastic, it will not off-gas and is completely non-toxic
  7. Does not add moisture to the air
  8. This product is high quality and will last for years

Another feature I like is that the diffuser will shut off after 2 hours of use.  My only complaint is that the light does not shut off automatically as well.

As someone who never really gave much thought into aromatherapy before, I am now excited to try some of the other blends they offer.

Wishing you a day filled with gentle hugs and many reasons to smile,

The Disabled Diva

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3 thoughts on “Organic Aromas Essential Oil Diffuser

  1. Carole September 1, 2016 at 1:41 pm Reply

    Pardon my ignorance, but how does it work–how is the scent put into the air? Is the electricity only for the light?

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