What is a cold diffuser?
Likewise, how does a cold air diffuser work?
Unlike ultrasonic diffusers that evaporate the essential oils, require water dilution, and/or heat; cold-air diffusers simply use oil and cold air. AromaTech's technology ensures that there is no damage to the essential oils' properties and creates a longer lasting and consistent scent.
Also, what do you put in a cold diffuser? Diffuser blends for congestion Some of the best essential oils for congestion include grapefruit, frankincense, peppermint and lemon. Breathe easy with these diffuser blend ideas: 4 drops cypress + 4 drops grapefruit + 2 drops frankincense. 5 drops eucalyptus + 4 drops frankincense + 2 drops peppermint.
Secondly, is a diffuser good for colds?
Studies also suggest that breathing in essential oils or applying them to your skin may help with other cold-and-flu-related ailments, like headaches and general aches and pains. You can also use a diffuser to disperse essential oil vapors into a room where you're resting.
What is a diffuser used for?
A diffuser attachment is designed to disperse the air flow of a blow dryer and spread it over a larger area. Diffusers are used principally with curly hair because the dispersed air doesn't disturb the hair's wave pattern or cause frizz when drying.