Diffusing

Diffusing Essential Oils

Diffused oils alter the molecule that create odours, rather than just masking them.  Many essential oils such as Lemongrass, Orange, Grapefruit, Tea Tree, Lavender, Frankincense and Lemon, along with blends (Purification, Melrose and Thieves) are extremely successful at eliminating and destroying germs and bacteria.

A cold-air diffuser is designed to convert a fine mist of essential oils into the air, where they can remain suspended for several hours.  Unlike aroma lamps or candles, a diffuser disperses essential oils without heating or burning, which can render the oil therapeutically less beneficial and even create toxic compounds.  Research shows that cold-air diffusing certain oils may:

* reduce bacteria, fungus, mood and unpleasant odors

*relax the body, relieve tension and clear the mind

*help with weight management

*improve with weight management

*improve concentration, alertness and mental clarity

*relieve headaches


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More than just an aroma diffuser, Young Living’s Dewdrop Home Diffuser also functions as a humidifier and atomizer in one simple-to-use product. Inspired by the purity and elegance of a drop of morning dew, the Dewdrop Diffuser’s design reflects Young Living’s dedication to providing high-quality essential oils. Custom designed with up to four hours of continuous diffusion, automatic shut-off, and ambient light control, the Dewdrop Home Diffuser can transform any space into a spa-like atmosphere.

Fill well with distilled or purified water, add 3-4  drops of the desired essential oil, and turn on diffuser.


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