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The different types of diffusers

Check the essential oils' viscosity and thickness before using them in a diffuser. Only use essential oils that are thin, or you will clog your device and render it useless. If an essential oil is hard to get out of the bottle or comes out slowly, that's an indication you should not use it in your diffuser.

Essential oils

Here's how essential oils affect you

Our ability to smell depends on small molecules in the air. When we inhale these molecules, they are recognized by receptors in the nose. The information is transported via the nerves to the brain, including the parts responsible for emotions, behavior and memory. The fragrance molecules dissolve in the blood and thus make the active properties work.

For example. if you have a headache or migraine, you can use one or more of these essential oils in a diffuser: chamomile, lavender, marjoram, neroli, rosemary.

Try and feel!