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Organic Aromas Raindrop Nebulizing Diffuser -- Review

I had the pleasure of receiving an essential oil diffuser from organic aromas, and I have nothing but good things to say about it.



In case you've never heard of aromatherapy, here is a brief description; Aromatherapy is the practice of using the natural oils extracted from flowers, bark, stems, leaves, roots or other parts of a plant to enhance psychological and physical well-being. The inhaled aroma from these "essential" oils is widely believed to stimulate brain function. (source)


I received the Raindrop - Nebulizing Diffuser in color "light wood" and here's my honest review on it.

PROS

  • It was more of a kit because it included everything I needed in the package (glass cap, glass reservoir, hardwood base, 10 ml of their  Serenity essential oil blend, droppers, and a power plug)
  • This nebulizer has low energy consumption and auto shuts off after 120 minutes.
  • The aroma for the oil blend was truly amazing! It filled my 893 sq ft apt in under 2 minutes.
  • No burning smell. I tried a diffuser in the past and after a while it began to smell like extremely burnt oil. So I was glad when I had this on for only 30 minutes and there was no burnt smells in my home
  • Great for use in the dark. I like to take my bath with essential oil candles, but they often burn out quickly but thanks to the beautiful LED light on this Nebulizing diffuser, I can take long peaceful baths with only 10 drops of my favorite essential oil.
  • Easy to follow instructions, easy to use and easy to clean.

step by step instructions on how to use.



CONS

As far as cons go, I honestly have nothing negative to say about this nebulizer. Organic Aromas lived up to all their claims and it is definitely worth getting for the price as well.

Click here to visit the organic aromas home page
Click here to get the serenity essential oil blend
click here to see more nebulizing diffusers from organic aromas

Have you ever tried aromatherapy? Whats your verdict on it's effects and/or benefits?