A lot of people are posting about essential oil diffusers and their pros and cons. This one is not exactly like other posts and it is specifically for people who are not yet experts at using essential oil diffusers and, those who are curious about simple and uncomplicated diffusers for essential oils. You will find out more about these simple oil diffusers by reading this post and find out which best oil diffuser is perfect for you because you are just starting out. You will also know the differences between them from this post.
What are Terra-cotta diffusers?
These are made out of porous material which lets the essential oil to arise through the container’s walls so that the entire room is filled with the scent. Sometimes people wear terra-cotta pendants around the neck because the terra-cotta is impermeable and prevents the essential oil from contacting your skin and clothes directly. Disks work like pendants and they can be placed on a surface so that the space around it becomes scented. Their backs are glazed so that they will not cause any furniture or surface to become get rotten. Both the pendants and disks can absorb essential oils that are placed on their surfaces and then the scent will evaporate into the air.
When you use a terra-cotta diffuser, an authentic scent is released into the air, but when the essential oil is placed in a container or on a disk, they continuously evaporate and you cannot stop them from diffusing unless you put it inside something that will stop the smell. If too much essential oil is placed on a pendant or inside a container, the scent could be very strong which can be very annoying. You cannot turn this kind of diffuser off so make sure that you only use the right amount of oil and don’t put more than a few drops. There are a lot of reusable terra-cotta diffusers and it is better to recharge them with the same kind of essential oil and you should only change the blend if the first one is already gone due to complete evaporation. It is because the first blend is going to contaminate the second blend when it is still evaporating. Click here to find more information about terra-cotta diffuser. Continue reading