Diffuser FAQs

Q. Are Nebulizing Diffusers Safe?
A. Yes. Nebulizing Diffusers are very safe as they DO NOT require water or heat to operate. There is no risk of diffusing microbial growth, mold or fungus which can cause respiratory irritation and can occur with diffusers that require water. Nebulizing diffusers atomize the pure essence of the oils without adding water or diluting.

Q. What is the Difference Between a Diffuser and Nebulizing Diffuser?
A. Most Diffusers use water and heat to diffuse by evaporating the water particles to transport and disperse essential oils into the air. This process can diminish the benefits of the essential oils. A Nebulizing Diffuser does not use heat or water to nebulize the essential oils by compressing the cold air and oil molecules into invisible, ultra-light micro-droplets, allowing the mist to disperse into the air across a larger area without losing the aromatic and therapeutic benefits of the oils, and delivering the pure essence over a much longer period of time.

Q. Why are Nebulizing Diffusers the Better Choice?
A. When using a Diffuser, the heat can ruin or break down the benefits of the essential oils. In addition, essential oils do not mix well with water. A Nebulizing Diffuser or Nebulizer technology does not use heat or water, maximizing the aromatic applications and therapeutic benefits of the essential oils, and allowing them to stay in the atmosphere longer. Other diffusers lack the nanotechnology to break down the heavy oil molecules into invisible light-weight micro-droplets, which is what a Nebulizing Diffuser accomplishes.

Q. What are the Benefits of Using a Nebulizing Diffuser with Essential Oils?
A. Using essential oils with a nebulizing diffuser as opposed to a diffuser can help combat against germs and microbes, mid-air. The flu and other viruses are tiny and aerodynamic, which is means they are air-born and can float, while most bacteria are too large to stay suspended, which is why they fall to surfaces.

Nebulizing certain essential oils is one way to battle these viral microbes. When the essential oils are nebulized and broken down into invisible micro-droplets that emit into the environment, they can purify the atmosphere and deodorize, especially when adding colloidal silver, which is sterilizing. Aside from the air purifying benefits, there are many other uses for your home, office and health, depending on the essential oils used in your Nebulizing Diffuser.

Q. Why do Nebulizing Diffusers have Timers?
A. Nebulizing Diffusers usually have a timer to set the mode on continuous or intermittent to customize how long you want the scent diffused. Because Nebulizing Diffusers do not require water and they do allow pure, undiluted essential oils, they can deliver more potent essences for a longer period, the timer allows the user to control the length of time for diffusing.

Q. What Areas and Square Footage do your Portable Fan Diffuser and Nebulizing Diffusers Cover?
A. The small TRU47 Portable Diffuser covers up to 500 square feet. The TRU47 Nebulizing Aroma Diffuser covers up to 1,000 square feet

Q. What is a Fan Diffuser?
A. Our Portable Aroma Diffuser is a Fan Diffuser, which does not require water. Fan-operated diffuser units come with absorbent cotton pads for you to place the undiluted essential oils. Using the dropper, place 3-5 drops of your favorite essential oil on the cotton pad, cover, then switch to operating mode.

Our portable fan diffuser uses air to diffuse the essential oils and disperses the scent throughout your living space, office, or even while traveling or in your car.

Q. How Do I Use a Fan Diffuser?
A. Essential Oils will need to be added with the dropper to the cotton pad every 2-3 days, or when the scent begins to dissipate is when you should add more oil. The small absorbent pad or tray will need to be replaced every few weeks.
Based on use, and length of time, you will see how long the oil on the pad or tray lasts.

Q. How Do You Care for a Fan Diffuser?
A. As for cleaning the fan-operated aroma diffuser, replace the pads when replacing oils with new ones. The tray and unit itself can be wiped off with mild soap, warm water and a cloth.