Gurin Aromatherapy Essential Oil Diffuser uses ultrasonic technology to create a soothing environment. This is a fun way to add some modern style and a fresh scent to any room in your home. I have been using it in my second bedroom. This compact Essential Oil Diffuser creates a gentle illuminated aromatic mist and releases ions which the company shared can even potentially purify the air.
I had heard about these little units but had not seen one in person yet. It is a simple design but works for me. I love that I can use my own essential oils so I can choose the environment I want. If I want to wake up I can add peppermint or on the days I need to relax I can use lavender. No worries about burning like with candles and this smart diffuser uses no chemicals. All I do is add standard tap water and a few drops of my favorite essential oil to enjoy a relaxing atmosphere. This Gurin Aromatherapy Essential Oil Diffuser lets me instantly enjoy a comfortable, natural and healthy aromatic environment. The mist adds natural moisture to the environment too so I feel like it helps my skin.
This unit has a patented and modern European design that goes nicely in my extra bedroom but would work equally well in a bath for example. The essential oil diffuser is simple to operate and use. It is even a cinch to clean.
Features of the Gurin Aromatherapy Oil Diffuser:
- Diffuser: 6 color LED lights (which can be turned on/off) create a soothing effect
- Timer - 180 minutes, 120 minutes, 60 minutes, 30 minutes
- 2.4 million ultrasonic vibrations per second
- No heating or burning means the properties of the oil are not broken down.runs out.
- Low energy use. Safe auto off when water is low
You can use this in bedrooms, living rooms, baths, offices, reception areas, hotels, beauty salons, spas, yoga centers, or any other private or public area where people might want to relax and have a wonderful scent.
You can pick up this Gurin Aromatherapy Essential Oil Diffuser on Amazon for easy shopping anytime.
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