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So, what is an Oil Diffuser?


Diffusion refers to the process of dispensing essential oils into the atmosphere via steam. Our Oil Diffusers use the latest technology to ensure the best blend of water and essential oil is dispersed into your environment. Each essential oil has an array of benefits, from improving respiratory health to reducing stress. We have created an essential oils knowledge base to help you decide which oil is best for you.


A few of the benefits..


 

Take care of your air

Oil Diffusers eliminate odour and create a calm and peaceful environment for you, and your family


Improve your health

Every essential oil has different health boosting properties, we’re spoiled for choice!


Improve sleep & Increase energy

Diffused essential oils can improve your sleep quality and energy levels

 


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“Geranium Oil and using it with your Oil Diffuser”


 


Geranium Oil and Oil Diffusers

As one of the most popular and beautifully fragranced substances in the world, geranium oil has numerous health and beauty benefits. Featuring a gorgeous floral scent, this oil is often referred to as the “poor man’s rose.” With its sweet and potent aroma, geranium oil is commonly used in oil diffusers.

It only takes a small amount of this essential oil to create a long-lasting smell in the air. Although geranium oil is also used topically as a beauty product that repairs and rejuvenates the skin and hair, most of its popularity comes from the relaxing aroma produced by diffusion because it has positive effects on the smeller’s emotional state.


Properties of Geranium for Oil Diffusers


In fact, geranium oil that’s used in an essential oil diffuser has been scientifically proven to reduce stress, release negative mood, and reduce tension (both mentally and physically). Whether used in an oil diffuser or as a topical treatment, this remarkable oil has the following primary benefits:

  • It can help promote a clear, supple, and healthy complexion
  • It can calm the nerves almost instantaneously
  • When applied to the hair, it can soften and strength the follicle

Interestingly, geranium oil has been thought to help a person become more trusting and confident when they smell or use it. The scent stimulates parts of the adrenal cortex of the brain, stimulates the lymphatic system, and helps to balance hormones, thereby making a big difference in a person’s mental, emotional, and physical well-being. When used in a high-quality oil diffuser, it can drastically transform the ambience of any space.


Our quality control for Geranium oil for Oil Diffusers


Since all essential oils are different, it’s important to consider the quality of any product you buy. We source our Geranium oil from approved suppliers, who use organic and sustainable farming methods. Our supplier also tests each batch for purity.

To help narrow down our search for a high-quality geranium oil, we look for the following:

  • It is created using the right variety of plants we
  • The plants used have been grown organically and indigenously
  • The plant source was cultivated without the use of pesticides, herbicides, or other chemicals

Our manufacturer of geranium oil will stand firmly behind the quality of their product. Additionally, the oil will have been harvested at its peak using precise timing under proper temperatures, and proper pressure. This technique is vital because it helps to preserve the oil’s vital molecules which make it so effective as a therapeutic substance.

 

Oil Diffuser Lab Testing

Our essential oils come with lab testing assurance

 

 


While the plant is usually safe for use by nearly all people, some folks have allergies to it. Considering the chemical make up of the plant is important. Its chemical composition is as follows:

•           Myrcene, Menthone, A-pinene, Geranyl acetate,  Geraniol, Geranyl butyrate, Limonene, Linalool, Citronellol

Interestingly, allergic reactions to geranium oil are extremely rare, as it typically does not cause any side effects because of its non-toxic, non-irritating, and usually non-sensitizing properties. However, because it balances the hormonal system, it can still cause minor sensitivity for some people and thus may not be a good idea for pregnant women to use it.

This essential oil can be mixed with other oils to create unique scents and highly beneficial skincare and haircare products. For best results, combine it with frankincense, rose, lavender, bergamot, and ylang ylang oils to help promote better moods, improve your skin or hair condition, and/or balance the production hormones. Most notably, geranium oil used in a good oil diffuser has exceptional benefits for whole-body wellness.


What about the health benefits of using Geranium Oil with your Oil Diffuser?



Treatment of:
  • Sore throat
  • Mosquito bites
  • Tonsillitis
Oil Diffusers can be used with Geranium Oil for treatment of health disorders

Diffuse geranium oil aromatically to combat tension, anxiety, and stress, or add a few drops to your moisturizer, shampoo, or conditioner to benefit from it’s skin and hair supporting properties.

Important Considerations

Geranium oil is, for the most part, colorless, although some would say it has a slightly green hue. Its viscosity is rather thin, like water, so a little goes a long way. With a high-quality oil diffuser, only a few drops are needed to create a scent that will sometimes last for several days.

Originating in Egypt and various parts of South Africa, this exotic plant comes in 700 different varieties. However, only 10 of those varieties supply viable sources for a safe, essential oil. Although this hairy-looking perennial shrub can sometimes be found growing in hedgerows, garden varieties of geranium typically don’t produce enough oil for favorable use.