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We spent more than four weeks testing 17 diffusers, and our favorite is the Urpower 2nd Gen 300ml Aroma Essential Oil Diffuser. It puts out a strong stream of mist, has a larger capacity and smaller footprint than much of the competition, and, while affordable, has a clean design that looks better than others at its price.

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I read and viewed dozens of blog posts, reviews, and YouTube videos to get up to speed on the available kinds of diffusers and brands, and I tested 17 different diffusers and nebulizers. I checked in with John Holecek, a physicist and the original author of our humidifier guide, to understand how airborne oil spreads, as well as with Nena Bowman, the managing director of the Tennessee Poison Center, to discuss the risk of kids getting into your essential-oil stash. Wirecutter senior staff writer and resident pet expert Kaitlyn Wells spoke to experts about how to diffuse oils if you have furry family members (with caution!).

If you have small children, a diffuser comes with additional considerations. Plan to store your essential oils out of reach, as they smell good enough that kids might assume they are also tasty. Many oil bottles lack childproof caps, and many oils can be harmful even if ingested in only small amounts. In one case, 4 mL of wintergreen proved almost fatal. And ingesting citrus and cinnamon oil can cause painful irritation, said Nena Bowman, the managing director of the Tennessee Poison Center.

We have picks of both types of oil diffuser, but the majority of our picks are ultrasonic, and the features you typically see on ultrasonic models guided our selection criteria. Here are the factors that set the best models apart, in order of importance:

I spent four weeks using a selection of ultrasonic diffusers and nebulizers around my apartment. We quickly eliminated a few for having undesirable design elements like taking up a lot of space or having buttons that we found impossible to navigate without looking at the manual.

We observed the diffusers running side by side to visually compare the size and height of the streams of mist, the key factors in how well they ought to distribute oils. Then, we ran the diffusers for several hours to confirm whether they effectively made the room smell like essential oils. (Scientifically measuring the exact effectiveness of each diffuser was beyond the scope of our review, but we found observing plume size and taking subjective notes on smell generally gave us a clear picture of which units worked better than others.)

To discover everything that could possibly be annoying about a diffuser design, I rotated them through every location I could think of: kitchen counter, living room next to the litter box, guest room, bookshelf, atop the toilet tank, on a coffee table in my bedroom while I slept. I also used the diffusers at night in a dark room to see how bright the LED indicator lights were.

The Urpower 300ml also makes a beep sound when it shuts off. If you want to fall asleep while using this diffuser and are a very light sleeper, the noise might be too loud, as it was for this Amazon reviewer.

A 500 mL tank is five times the size of most other diffusers at the same price, and nearly double the size of our top pick. Both the Asakuki and Urpower diffusers have three timer options to run for one, two, or three hours. Unlike all the other diffusers we tested, these models have an option to produce a weaker stream of mist for up to 16 hours, making these the only diffusers we recommend that can run continuously all day.

For each test, Tim ran the particle counter for five minutes with the diffuser or nebulizer off, to get a baseline reading of the air quality in the room, and then ran them for 30 minutes on their highest or continuous settings. He placed the diffusers and the nebulizer on his bedside table (a typical location for these things), with the particle counter a few feet away on the headboard. After 15 minutes, he moved the particle counter to a second table on the far side of the bed, about 8 feet away, to see if distance affected the airborne particle count.

Have you found yourself at a fork in the road over whether or not you should purchase an essential oil diffuser? Keep reading to find out why investing in a diffuser is one step closer to rebooting your health and boosting your mood.

Aside from smelling all sorts of good, essential oils are also good for you. A diffuser is the easiest and most common way to maximize on the benefits of essential oils through aromatherapy. Aromatherapy is the art of using highly-concentrated natural oils that are extracted from flowers, roots, leaves, bark and other parts of a plant to enhance or restore psychological and physical well-being.

Nebulizing DiffusersA nebulizing diffuser requires neither heat nor water. Rather, it uses a minimal amount of electricity and work by means of air that is pressurized within a glass reservoir. The air is forced through a small tube inside the base of the glass. This pressure creates a suction which forces the essential oils to rise upwards. As the oils rise, a stream of pressurized air joins with the oils and causes it to turn into micro particles that fill the glass reservoir. Next, the tiny particles are released out of the glass in the form of a waterless mist into the atmosphere. Because nebulizers do not use water, they produce a more potent mist that quickly delivers the essential oil into the bloodstream.

Evaporative DiffusersAn evaporative diffuser usually works by way of a fan which blows air that passes through a filter that has essential oils added to it. The air blowing through the filter causes the oil to evaporate quicker than normal and is then blown out into the room.

Ultrasonic or Humidifying DiffusersAn ultrasonic or humidifying diffuser is the most popular kind of diffuser. This diffuser work by combining water and essential oils to create ultrasonic vibrations. These vibrations then release essential oil molecules into the air in the form of a cool, dry mist. The diffuser will release a continuous mist until the water runs out. This type of diffuser comes in a range of colors and styles and usually includes a built in timer that allows you to control the amount of time you desire it to run for.

If you decide to incorporate a diffuser into your home or office space, make sure you familiarize yourself with the manual, as well as the best methods to clean your diffuser, so that you get the most out of your aromatic experience.

With nearly 36,000 reviews, the Asakuki Smart Wi-Fi model is one of Amazon's best-selling diffusers. It impressed just as much during our tests, still emitting a solid mist stream for hours after the others ran out of water. Its large water tank and compatibility with Amazon Echo's Alexa make it ideal for anyone who wants to infuse a large area (like a living room) while controlling the device from their phone. Set up sleep timers, adjust the lighting and control the mist mode remotely!

Small and sleek, the Stadler Form's Jasmine diffuser became a quick favorite among our testers who enjoyed its elegant look without the high markup. The matte finish easily blends in with other popular tech gadgets (one tester said it resembles an Amazon Echo). We love its easy setup and found it lasted longer than some of the diffusers with similar water capacities. Plus, our surveys show it's not a hassle to clean.

Despite its large size, this diffuser's steam stream is minimal, making it perfect for those looking for a low-intensity scent in their homes. Made by one of the most popular diffuser brands according to our consumer survey, Ellia's Gather diffuser also features color-changing lights on the white base and pre-set soothing sounds. It comes with a remote (there are no buttons on the diffuser) plus a set of three sample oils. We think it's a splurge-worthy buy for those who love to mesh practical household items with their decor.

In addition to a 400ml ultrasonic essence diffuser, this set also comes with 10 essential oils including lavender, eucalyptus, tea tree, orange, peppermint, lemongrass, jasmine, nutmeg, clove and spearmint oils. As an Amazon best-seller, this diffuser is popular for its cheaper price tag, seven light settings and four-timer feature. One Amazon reviewer raved about the latter. "I usually start the six-hour timer before bed to get the oils started in the bedroom and then it turns off in the middle of the night."

Diffusers are delivered free with standard shipping. Your order will arrive within 3 to 8 business days and can be returned within 30 days of purchase. All diffusers have a lifetime warranty. You can also purchase replacement parts here.

Johns Hopkins also advises against using essential oil diffusers, small householdappliances that create scented vapor. Diffusion in a public area orhousehold with multiple members can affect people differently. For example, peppermint is often recommended forheadaches. But if you use it around a child who's less than 30 months old, the childcan become agitated. It could have a negative effect. Additionally,someone with fast heartbeat can react adversely to peppermint.

The Aromax essential oil diffuser is the result of nature and technology combined. Stylish and beautiful, the Aromax aroma diffuser is perfect for scenting your home with essential oils. The anodized aluminum housing comes in four colors ready to compliment any interior. With a whisper silent nebulizer and adjustable fragrance output, the Aromax home diffuser will keep your space smelling great.

After using the Bursera diffusing stones across our home, I wanted to bring a bit more to our bedroom specifically. So we bought this diffuser and absolutely love it. You can set time intervals and use a little light to create ambiance as well as monitor if the diffuser is still running. Love it! 041b061a72

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