Ultrasonic Mist Humidifier !!!
OUR ULTRASONIC ESSENTIAL OIL DIFFUSER WILL HELP YOU RELAX, SOOTHE AND RELIEVE YOUR STRESS INSTANTLY! WITH THE UNIQUE WOODEN AND MODERNISTIC DESIGN, YOU'LL GET COMPLIMENTS ALL THE TIME WHEN PEOPLE SEE IT IN YOUR HOME!
Essential Oil Diffuser with a large capacity of 400ml, it can be used as a cool mist humidifier to infuse much more visible mist and last for about 14 hours. Our essential oil diffuser uses ultrasonic waves to instantly vaporize water and essential oil (Only 100% natural essential oils) in the tank, to produce a cool, dry fragrant mist.
BPA Free & Waterless auto-off, Built-in safety device enables the diffuser to shut off automatically when water runs out. Safe totally to use in sleep, even for baby and the pregnant.
Whisper-quiet, Adopting ultrasonic technology, it infuses soothing fragrance quietly without disruptive noise. Helpful for getting into sleep quickly.
Pleasant Life, with natural wood grain look, the aroma diffuser builds up a soothing and simple style of Zen décor in your office and home, bringing relaxation and tranquility to your life, creating a cool healing vapor to moisturize the surrounding air, good for skin moisture.
Greatly improves Air Quality, besides its uses in aromatherapy, this essential oil diffuser also functions as a humidifier. Use it to improve your home's air and atmosphere quality, cover the smell of pets or smoking, and protect your family from excessively dry air, microorganisms, allergens, dust, and more!
Easy To Clean Large 300ml Water Tank
2 Levels Of Quiet Ultrasonic Mist Function
Continuous & 3 Timers (1H /3H /6H /Steady ON) Mode
Auto-Off Safety Switch That Prevents Overheating When Water Runs Out
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What is a humidifier?
Humidifier therapy adds moisture to the air to prevent dryness that can cause irritation in many parts of the body. Humidifiers can be particularly effective for treating dryness of the skin, nose, throat, and lips. They can also ease some of the symptoms caused by the flu or common cold.
However, overusing humidifiers can potentially worsen respiratory problems. It’s important to know how to use them correctly.
What can I use a humidifier for?
Humidity acts as a natural moisturizing agent that can relieve dryness. For this reason, humidifiers are often used for relieving:
irritated vocal cords
You may be prone to these discomforts when the air in your home is dry. This is especially common during winter months or when an air conditioner is being used during the summer.
Types of humidifiers
The type of humidifier you choose depends on your preferences, budget, and the size of the area you want to add moisture to. There are five types of humidifiers:
Humidifiers are often classified as console or portable/personal.
Console units are meant to add moisture to the entire house. They’re often very large, but usually have wheels so you can easily move them around. Console units are meant to add moisture to one room.
Central humidifiers are built directly into your home’s air conditioning or heating unit. These are the most expensive types of humidifier, but they’re the best choice if you want to add humidity throughout the entire house.
Traditional humidifiers carry a potential risk of burns from the steam they emit. Central humidifiers don’t emit steam.
Evaporators blow moisture through a moistened filter. Fans power the unit and expel the humidity into the air from a single-unit system.
These are more affordable than central humidifiers, but the downside is that they only work in one room at a time. They may also expel too much moisture into the air. This can be problematic for people with asthma, as it raises the likelihood for mold growth.
Impeller humidifiers work with the help of rotating disks that run at high speeds. These units are often less expensive. They’re also among the most child-friendly devices, because they create cool mist and carry no risk of burns.
The downside is, like evaporators, they only work for single rooms. They can potentially cause breathing difficulties for people with allergies and asthma when they’re overused.
Steam vaporizers are electrically powered. They heat water, and then cool it before expelling it into the air. These are the most inexpensive and portable humidifiers. You can purchase them at drugstores.
This type can cause burns, so it’s not the most kid-friendly.
Ultrasonic humidifiers produce a cool mist with the help of ultrasonic vibration. The units vary in price, depending on the size you need for your home. Both cool and warm mist versions are available.
An ultrasonic humidifier — especially the cool-mist version — is a good choice if you have children.
Controlling humidity levels
Adding humidity to the air may be beneficial, but too much humidity can cause health issues. High humidity levels can worsen respiratory problems and create uncomfortable dampness in the air. This can encourage the growth of:
Mayo Clinic recommends that humidity stay between 30 and 50 percent. A hygrometer can determine how much humidity is in your home. Some central humidifiers come equipped with hygrometers, but you can also find them at hardware stores.
Test the humidity daily, especially if someone in your household has allergies or asthma.