Monday, February 5, 2018

Types of Essential Oil Diffusers



There are four different types of essential oil diffusers, including nebulizing, ultrasonic, heat, and evaporative diffusers. Each diffuser has its own unique method for getting essential oils into the air to utilize their therapeutic benefits. From these choices, how do you decide which one would work best for you? To help you decide, we’ve broken down how each diffuser works and some pros and cons that come with their use.


Nebulizing Diffusers

A nebulizing diffuser breaks down the essential oil into tiny particles through the use of a high velocity, pressurized air stream and jet nozzle. When the essential oil is released, it goes into the air in a fine mist. This method does not alter the chemical composition—it diffuses the entire oil at once so you don’t get the more volatile components first and then the heavier later. The particle size is small enough to be easily inhaled.


  • Pros: Nebulizers use no heat or water, yet disperse the entire oil into the air for optimal therapeutic benefits.
  • Cons: Nebulizers are often the most expensive diffusers to use and sometimes to buy. Because these diffusers use only essential oil, they often also use more oil.



Ultrasonic Diffusers

This popular type of diffuser uses water and electronic frequencies to create a fine mist from the essential oil and water. Ultrasonic vibrations are created by a small disk under the surface of the water which causes the essential oil to break up into tiny micro particles.


  • Pros: Ultrasonic models only use a small amount of essential oil, and no heat is used to generate the mist in an ultrasonic diffuser. This method also can act as both a diffuser and a humidifier, a helpful characteristic if you live in a dry place.
  • Cons: Only a small fraction of the mist is essential oil, and it depends on the air current already in the room to disperse the oil. May not want to add more water to the air if you live in a humid place.


doTERRA has a few main different ultrasonic diffusers. Give the Lotus, Petal, Aroma Lite or Lumo diffusers a try.



Heat Diffusers

As their name suggests, heat diffusers use heat elements to help the essential oil gradually evaporate into the air. Sometimes they may use the oil mixed with water. Some heat diffusers use very high levels of heat to cause a stronger aroma, however, the best heat diffusers will use a very low heat to avoid drastically changing the chemical constituents of the oils being diffused. 


  • Pros: Diffusing using heat is an economical yet efficient and silent way to spread the aroma throughout the room.
  •  Cons: The heat used can change the properties of the oil at the molecular level. This means that the therapeutic benefit of an oil may lessen or change entirely.




Evaporative Diffusers

Evaporative diffusion is using air flow to spread the scent of the essential oils. A fan blows air through a filter, such as a tissue or a pad that has essential oils dropped onto it. The moving air causes the oil to evaporate quickly, and the air with the evaporated oil is blown into and around the room.

With this method, you will get the oil in segments; the lighter, more volatile components evaporate first, while the heavier components evaporate last.


  • Pros: Wind-blown diffusion can be a quiet way to quickly spread the oil’s aroma throughout the room.
  • Cons: It may not be as therapeutic of a method because all of the components of the whole oil are not diffused at the same time.


Thursday, February 1, 2018

2018 February Sweet Deals

Announcing February promotions!
There are 3 great promos this month. Check them out below! 


Promo #1: Save 10% on Replenishing Body Butter
Pamper your skin with the rich hydration and luxurious feel of the doTERRA SPA Replenishing Body Butter. The base of this natural formula combines shea and cocoa seed butters, known for their deep moisturization and ability to promote skin suppleness. Jojoba seed oil absorbs quickly into the skin and helps keep skin looking hydrated while avocado oil provides essential fatty acids to nourish and soften skin. CPTG® essential oils of Wild Orange, Douglas Fir, and Frankincense turn this indulgent formula into an intensely aromatic spa experience while providing purifying and rejuvenating benefits.

Primary Benefits
  • Wild Orange essential oil is known for its purifying benefits 
  • Douglas Fir essential oil is purifying to the skin and provides uplifting aromatic benefits 
  • Frankincense essential oil is rejuvenating to the skin and has a balancing effect on emotions 
  • Shea butter deeply moisturizes while promoting skin suppleness 
  • Cocoa seed butter is soothing and naturally nourishing to the skin 
  • Jojoba seed oil absorbs quickly into the skin to moisturize, hydrate, and help soften the skin 
  • Avocado oil has essential fatty acids to keep skin looking healthy and moisturized 

            Uses
            • Apply to body, massaging into hands, elbows, knees, and any other area in need of intense moisturization. 

            Wholesale: $15.75
            Retail: $21

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            Promo #2: Product of the Month: Melaleuca Touch 
            Current wholesale members can earn a FREE 10ml Melaleuca Touch by placing any single 125pv order between February 1-15.

            Description
            Feel the cooling, refreshing effects of doTERRA Melaleuca (Tea Tree) Touch. Packaged in a convenient and smooth roll-on applicator, Melaleuca Touch delivers the purifying benefits of Melaleuca essential oil diluted in Fractionated Coconut Oil. Melaleuca Touch can be used to cleanse and purify the skin and nails and to promote a healthy complexion. It’s ideal to soothe occasional skin irritations and to use after shaving or on the bottoms of feet for a cooling effect.


            Primary Benefits
            • Cleanses and purifies the skin and nails
            • Soothes occasional skin irritations
            • Promotes a healthy complexion     

              Uses
              • Apply to skin imperfections for a cleansing, rejuvenating effect.
              • Use on occasional skin irritations by rubbing Melaleuca Touch onto affected area.
              • Apply after shaving to soothe and cool skin.
              • Rub on fingernails and toenails after showering to purify and keep nails looking healthy.
              • Roll on bottoms of feet and inside shoes for a fresh aroma and feeling.
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                        Promo #3: New Year New You Enrollment - FREE $100 in Oils  
                        Anyone who becomes a new wholesale member in February with an order of 100pv and places an order in March of 100pv will receive  $100 in FREE OILS of their choice.


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                        If you aren’t already enrolled, consider doing so this month so that you can get points back on your doTERRA Mother’s Day special in May when you purchase it through the Loyalty Rewards Program. With every order, you get your entire shipping cost plus up to 30% of what you spent back in points to spend on MORE of the highest quality, safest, most effective essential oils and essential oil products.



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