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Smell is a powerful scent. It can make you hungry, it can make you nostalgic and it can even make you finally relax for once. If that last option sounds appealing, then aromatherapy — and an essential oil diffuser — may be for you.
This VicTsing Essential Oil Diffuser uses aromatherapy and therapeutic lighting to send you into a soothing headspace. The lighted device can glow in seven different colors, and includes a dim feature for ultimate relaxation. Plus, it’s practically silent.
Each diffuser can operate on a strong or standard mist spray. It also includes four different time settings: one hour, three hours, 10 hours and continuous. On the standard mist setting, the diffuser can last 10 hours. The machine also has an auto shut off should it run out of water.
The diffuser comes in three different colors: a standard wood hue, a dark wood and a cherry wood stain. No matter your decor style, it won’t be compromised by this soothing system.
Shop: VicTsing Essential Oil Diffuser, $32
With more than 13,000 ratings on Amazon and 4.5 stars, chances are you will love this diffuser. In fact, it’s one of the 10 most popular diffusers on Amazon.
“This is my favorite diffuser so far,” one Amazon reviewer writes. “I did not know much about diffusers when I started with essential oils and purchased inexpensive diffusers. I have learned there is a difference and after my research, this was the best choice.”
Another Amazon reviewer writes: “This is so quiet that you can’t even tell it’s running unless you look for the mist. We ALWAYS get compliments from guests when they walk in. They always say our house smells really nice! We love it so much we ordered a second one for another part of the house.”
Just add in your own essential oils, and you are ready to breathe deep. At only $32 on Amazon, relaxation doesn’t have to come at a huge price.
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