Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Gentle Breezes Ultrasonic Essential Oil Diffuser

I am obsessed with my house smelling good. Whether I use candles, scented oils, wax melts, or traditional air fresheners, I usually have one type of freshener going at all times. To me, a fresh smelling house is a cozy feeling house. I never thought that I could actually gain any health benefits from my air freshening until recently though. I have been using the Gentle Breezes Ultrasonic Essential Oil Diffuser and I am in love. Not only does it make your area smell good, but you can still reap the benefits of your essential oils! 

This diffuser comes with a one year manufacturer warranty and a free eBook full of oil blends to try for different aromatherapy results. This little guy can cover up to 300 square feet of area and fill it with pleasant scent and healing power. All you do is add a little bit of your essential oil and fill it with water up to the fill line. Once you turn it on, the diffuser starts working instantly and will automatically shut off after all of the water is evaporated (up to 7+ hours) so there are no safety hazards. 

You can choose to have it cycle through all of the different colors, pick your favorite color, or completely turn the lights off while it is running. It is super quiet which makes it perfect to use at bedtime. During the day, I like to use lemon essential oil to give my area a nice, clean, refreshing scent. If I am feeling a little stuffy, peppermint oil is great to help clear my sinuses and lavender oil is perfect for winding down for bedtime!

I have used my Gentle Breezes Ultrasonic Essential Oil Diffuser almost everyday since I received it and I am still loving the results! If you would like to learn more and purchase one for yourself, you can do so HERE, through Amazon! I know you will love this little guy as much as I do!

Disclosure: I may receive products in exchange for an honest review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be good for my readers.\

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