With an aroma diffuser you spread a lovely fragrance in an easy and effective way in your home. The oils are evaporated in an environmental friendly way and could be perfectly used as a mini air moisturizer. Besides that, the aroma diffuser helps with disinfecting the air during sickness, but also helps with reducing symptoms of fever. The aroma diffuser is not harmful for animals and plants. Read more
Buy etheric oils for the Aroma Diffuser online at Beauty Plaza
Beauty Plaza contains a wide variety of essential biological oils with a lot of different fragrances.
Do you have a cold or do you have fever? Then choose an oil with tea tree or lemon grass. These ethical oils promote breathing and open the nose. Do you want to reduces your stress? Then choose oils with lavender or orange. There are also oils which help supporting the digestion, strengthening your resilience, giving energy and more!
How does the Aroma Diffuser work?
There is a tray in the Aroma Diffuser which you have to fill with water. To this water you add a few drops of etheric oil. You only have to switch on the diffuser. The water is turned into mist because of the quick vibrations, which spreads through the room in combination with the scent.
Cleaning the Aroma Diffuser
How often you have to clean the aroma diffuser depends on how often you use the diffuser. Do you use the diffuser almost daily? Then it is smart to cleanse the diffuser every 2 weeks.
- Throw the excessive water in the tray away and dry the tray with a towel
- Fill the diffuser with clean water and add a small amount of vinegar.
- Switch on the diffuser around 15 minutes to half an hour.
- After 15 minutes to half an hour, you switch off the diffuser and you throw away the water. Clean the edges with a cotton bud and some vinegar.
- Fill the diffuser with water again and leave it for 15 minutes.
- Throw away the water and dry it with a towel.
Caution: do not use the aroma diffuser the entire day. When you do this, you are exposed to much to essential oils and this could lead to headache, migraine and other irritations.
Can I use an aroma diffuser if I have pets?
Not all essential oils are safe for pets. Some oils can be toxic to cats, dogs, and other pets. It is advisable to avoid essential oils that have a high content of phenols or monoterpenes. Examples of such oils include tea tree oil, eucalyptus, peppermint, and citrus oils. However, there are some essential oils that are generally considered safer for pets, such as lavender oil (in small amounts), chamomile oil, and frankincense oil. If you are unsure about which essential oils are safe for your pet, always consult a veterinarian first.