Have you ever wondered what the difference between the heat diffusers and the ultrasonic misting type diffusers?
Evaporative diffusers are simple in operation compared to ultrasonic diffusers. Evaporative diffusers have the issue that the lighter oils diffuse off quicker than, the heavier oils.
Nebulizer/Cold Air Diffuser
For swift and efficient operation, cold air diffusers use e air at room temperature to blow oils into a nebulizer then vaporized into the air.
However, some Nebulizer Cold Air diffusers can not effectively diffuse heavier, thicker essential oils. As a result, they are harder (not as easy or convenient) to clean.
Cold Air diffusers, these do not destroy the therapeutic properties of the essential oils like the Heat Diffusers can.
Nebulizing diffusers can quickly saturate the air with the essential oils, but the operate at a higher sound level. They also tend to use essential oils at a higher rate than any other type of diffuser.
GreatHeat Diffuse are known for spreading the oil scent throughout your home. So, they are good choices for heat diffusion is best for your favorite aroma oils. Heat diffusers are the champ for the smell of your home.
Ultrasonic diffusers are the best all around choice for therapeutic use of essential oils in your home. They tend to make a good first choice for people new to Oil Diffusion. They offer an amount of purifying the air and removing unwanted odors!
Newbies – A Few Considerations
Diffusers are not machines. A machine is a car, tractor or sewing machine. Diffusers are small units using electricity to emit and diffuse oils into your home or room.
They are not air conditioners. Do not expect them to cool your home.
The cool-mist diffusers give moisture to the air.
Ultrasonic units do not use filters. So do not expect them to function as an air purifier.
Diffusers do not mask odors; the oils eliminate odors.
Cool-mist diffusers have no heat to destroy the benefits of your 100% pure essential oils.
The diffusers operate on alternating current electricity from your wall plug, not batteries.