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Have you ever thought about putting essential oils in your humidifier? It’s something that many of us think about momentarily, but so many people also put the idea off. With this thought in mind, today, we’re looking at some of the key benefits you need to know of putting essential oils in humidifiers – including whether it’s even safe and how to go about this.
Not sure whether putting essential oils in your humidifier is really a wise option? You wouldn’t be alone – but there are a few things you could consider to help inform your decision here. Indeed, adding essential oils might seem like something humidifiers aren’t designed to handle, this isn’t always true.
If you have been looking to try adding essential oils to your humidifier, it’s important to first check whether doing so is actually recommended for your device. Indeed, as a general rule of thumb, you probably shouldn’t put essential oils directly into a humidifier unless it is specifically designed for that purpose.
Of course, there are several possible reasons for this, but one of the most obvious risks is that the essential oils may not be compatible with the humidifier design. In turn, this could lead to damage internally to the components, which in turn could prevent the device from working. For example, excessive use could block up the unit, stopping it from working effectively.
It’s also worth noting here that you may not get the results you’d hoped for by using a humidifier that’s not suited for essential oils. Indeed, most models are designed to disperse pure water vapor into the air, not a mixture. Thus, mixing essential oils into the water supply could result in uneven distribution; you may find that it’s hard to detect the essential oils at all sometimes, and at other times, it feels overwhelming.
Fortunately, that’s not to say that you can’t in every scenario — but try to start with a specialist model designed with aromatherapy in mind, such as the Smillon Warm and Cool Mist Humidifier. Alternatively, if you already have a humidifier but it’s not suited for essential oils, you could look at investing in an essential oil diffuser to use alongside.
Whatever the case, always follow the manufacturer’s instructions to make sure you’re using the device safely and not putting it, or your home, at risk.
If you have been looking for a brand new way to make your home feel a little more welcoming, you may want to consider putting some essential oil in your humidifier to see if this could help. Indeed, as long as your model is designed to accept essential oils, you should be able to add them to the system very easily – giving you a new way to enjoy your relaxing time at home with the humidifier on.
Don’t suffer in silence. Transform your home into a spa day with our top-class, premium humidifier models here at Smillon today. We’re here to help! Feel free to contact us at Jelly.Wang@smillon.com.
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