Essential Oil Diffuser by H2EO

diffuser-essential-oilsThe only gift I pretty much asked for this Christmas was an essential oil diffuser, so my husband asked me to do some research on the best one and give him my recommendation. I ended up deciding on the H2EO Ultrasonic Diffuser after looking up many, including the Doterra Lotus diffuser, which the reviews didn’t quite measure up to this one.  Not that there’s anything wrong with the Doterra one (I’m a huge fan of their oils), I just wanted something reliable that will last me for more than a year and has plenty of options for using it.

The great thing about this H2EO diffuser is it’s lightweight but powerful. Just a few drops of essential oil and a bit of purified water can last us an entire day. It has so many options for lighting, automatic shut-off, and diffusing output options that you can customize the user experience to exactly what you are looking for. This is especially great for during the night to have it shut off once the water is low or to have it turn on and off periodically throughout the night to reap the aromatherapy benefits all night long.

It provides a quiet, cool mist and there is no heating involved so it’s perfectly safe to use around kids or when you are sleeping or even gone from the house (heat affects the beneficial qualities and composition of the oil – not good).

And I love the natural fragrances it brings to our home that help your immune system and make you healthier- as opposed to those nasty artificial fragrances that always end up giving me a headache – and I am already looking forward to changing our smells with the changing seasons!

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2 thoughts on “Essential Oil Diffuser by H2EO

  1. Pingback: Happy 5th Birthday, Blog! | Katherine Smith, a place of passion & love

  2. Have a propensity to get Aromatherapy! Aromatherapy essential oil has naturally-occurring antispasmodic properties. It is effective for treating a wide range of digestive complaints, such as easing irritable bowel syndrome, cramping or stomach spasms and pain.

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