What types of diffusers are available?
Available in multiple forms, colors, and sizes, aromatherapy diffusers can be categorized into nebulizer diffusers, heat diffusers, evaporative diffusers and ultrasonic/humidifying diffusers types.
Nebulizing and ultrasonic diffusers are two most popular models for aromatherapy.
Nebulizers quickly spread the fragrance of the oils and are ideal for large rooms. There is no dilution of the aromatherapy oils when using this product, so they are delivered in their most pure form.
If you are using a nebulizing diffuser, you are in charge of the output of essential oils. This device gives you complete flexibility over how much oil you want to use to maximize the presence of essential oils around you. If this is something that interests you, the nebulizing diffuser additionally delivers undiluted, pure, oils so you get the most therapeutic benefits. This is unlike other diffusers that might dilute the oils with water, to add more moisture and humidity into the air.
Some of the more luxurious units will have control options so you can set how much vapor you want to create.
Ultrasonic diffusers work in a very similar way to nebulizing diffusers, but the oils are usually diluted with water. This helps control the strength of the scents and also enables it to act as a humidifier of sorts, by restoring moisture into the air. They are usually a little less expensive than nebulizing diffusers.
Whichever type you are looking into, the basic concept is the same. A diffuser creates tiny molecules of essential oils, blended with, or without water, that stimulates the olfactory receptors and consequently, stimulates portions of the brain that regulate moods, emotions, and memory. A single essential oil or a blend can use used to create the desired effect or to create a custom aroma.
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