How to safely use your diffuser
As with anything, there are some risks associated with using a device as safe as an ultrasonic diffuser. However, these risks are more related to what you’re putting in them than the devices themselves.
If your household includes children, make sure that you choose essential oils with this in mind. The list of oils that are not recommended for use around kids includes eucalyptus, fennel, peppermint, rosemary, and verbena.
If you live with pets like dogs, cats, birds, fish, or even reptiles, avoid using essential oils like cinnamon, citrus, pine, tea tree oil, and wintergreen. These are incredibly toxic and will affect your animals negatively whether they’re applied to their skins, licked up in the case of an accidental spill, or used in your ultrasonic diffuser.
Interestingly, while it may seem counterintuitive, diffusing essential oils is actually a great way to deal with seasonal allergies. If this is something you struggle with, then you should try lavender, lemon, frankincense, sandalwood, and tea tree to help you decongest and breathe easier. However, just be careful if you’re asthmatic, as you could trigger an attack.
Volant: Where science meets style
If you’re looking for a diffuser that does a whole lot more than just smell nice, Volant has what you need. Our award-winning, handmade diffuser sends ultrasonic waves out at 2.2 million vibrations per second, so it can scent up to 40 square metres of your home. Not only that, our diffusers are extremely stylish, and their Scandinavian-inspired design ensures they enhance the decor of whichever room you place them in. Plus, they add to the ambience and add a feel-good factor everyone loves.
If you’re ready to use the best essential oil diffuser that has proven scientific benefits, look no further. A simple, stylish and effective option is within reach with Volant!