AIR OIL AROMATHERAPY DIFFUSER
Oil Diffusers represent the luxury category of the diffuser family in
both price and quality.
These diffusers are designed for serious practitioners of aroma diffusing as well as providing professional benefits to the home user.
Aroma Diffusers | Essential Oil Diffuser are becoming more and more popular making the choice of an effective and professional aromatherapy diffuser difficult -- at best. The Air Oil Aromatherapy Diffuser is entirely different than the run-of-the-mill diffusers and works by blasting small drops of pure essential oil(s) with compressed air. This results in a "nebula" of pure essential oil mist that flows out of the
reservoir bottle and into the air. Heat-Free and Water-Free make these units among the most effective aromatherapy diffusers on the market. Beautifully designed, the unit is made of glass and sits vertically on a mahogany-stained wooden base.
Advantages of the Air Oil Aromatherapy Diffuser
Heat-Free and Water-Free. Produces a
very powerful and immediate aroma effect without heat or water that can compromise high quality essential oils.
- No plastics.
- Cold ultrasonic nubulizing
- Core component is made of glass which
means they work very well and do not corrode when in contact with strong
potentially corrosive essences.
- Easy to clean.
- Quite elegant looking for every type of decor.
- Excellent quality metal components and switches.
- A built in automatic timer with auto shutoff is standard on the Air Oil Aromatherapy Diffuser.
- Has an elegant hand blown glass diffuser bottle and natural wood base.
- Extra parts are available from Oasis Advanced Wellness.
- Air Oil diffusers are the only choice for those serious about essential oil diffusing.
Safety Information - Use only 100% pure essential oil. Keep unit away from children and pets.
Indications - Indoor use only.
4 x 4 x 8 inches
Remove contents from box
- Gently twist glass bottle into the rubber hole in the base
- Plug the AC adapter into the unit and into the wall socket
- Place 10 to 20 drops of 100% high-quality pure essential oil into the bottle
- Do not fill oil past the tops of the glass tubes in the bottle
- Turn metal knob on the base clockwise to the desired power level
- Cleaning: See Below under Use and Maintenance.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "There seems to be a little oil left at the bottom of the diffuser that won't diffuse. What should I do?"
A. Normally if there is oil remaining at the bottom that is yellow or
heavy, add some lavender. Lavender is incredibly light, blends
with the other oils easily well and dilutes heavy oil enough to
effectively vaporize. You can also just wash the bottle out with rubbing
alcohol if you don't care to use it.
Q. "What's your experience with water based diffusers, what's the difference?"
A simple summary, water units are mostly humidifiers that produce water
vapor. Our diffuser unit only diffuses oil. Our unit is made of wood and
glass, and most water units are plastic. This is mainly a concern
because essential oils and plastics tend to be poor bedfellows. Oils
stick to and corrode plastics and plastics tend to "change" the nature
of essential oil through chemical reaction. Functionally a lot of people
like water units because they like the puff of water vapor and flashing
lights. We are fundamentalists with regard
to therapeutic use of oils and tend to just want oils, not water or
lights. We think our unit is much prettier than the plastic ones and can
be left in the main area of your house and look like a piece of art.
The plastic ones seem to need to be hidden from sight.
a technical note, the water units, here is our experience so far. We
have really mixed feelings about that technology. They are 99% just
a humidifier. The water droplets carry some oil for sure and look quite
prolific but again its all water vapor. People claim that they can
disburse oils but actually in our experience most of the actual oils,
especially the heavy and sticky parts that we in the "therapeutic world"
are interested in end up stuck or floating on the side of the
water reservoir walls and make a sticky mess. What gets released are the
light esters, not the oil.
makes sense actually when you think about it in terms of oil "size".
Oil gets disbursed as micro-droplets in the diffuser using direct air
nebulization. Using simple common sense, what happens when you drop oil
in water? It pools together into a big blob and floats away from
pressure. This is what happens in the water units. The water/air
droplets floating up off the ultrasonic transducer capture some oils
that are located at the center of the water dish but most of the oil has
already moved to the sides of the reservoir and are lost. So I see them
as a inferior product for this reason.
Functionally we also have
found that most of the oil that is put into the water units gets stuck
to the side of the reservoir bath and is not diffused. Especially the
heavier parts (longer chain hydrocarbons and acids) of the oils. It is
these longer chains often times that are the business end of the
medicinal aspects of the oils. If these are not being released then the
main point of the diffuser has been lost in my opinion.
Q. "How do I clean the diffuser?"
The simple answer is with rubbing alcohol. Instructional & Cleaning video
Q. "What is the guarantee and return policy for the diffuser?"
Product Warranty - The manufacturer guarantees the
manufacturing and craftsmanship of the diffuser for a period of 1 year
from the time of purchase. However, the manufacturer may extend replacement and
repair services beyond the 1 year warranty period.
Returns - Product returns for full
refund will be offered to any customer for any reason for a period of 30
days from the date of purchase. Returns for working units will be
subject to a 10% cleaning and restocking fee and shipping costs will not
be refunded. OAW reserves the right to refuse a full refund if the
unit is received and deemed to have been damaged by the user. Products
returned after the 30 day refund period will be repaired or replaced at
the seller’s expense. A Return Authorization must be placed on the outside of the box along with the Invoice Proof of Purchase received at time of order. Please see the OAW Customer Service Page for more information.
Use & Maintenance
The Air Oil Aromatherapy Diffuser is a very simple to use but it does require some care.
Below are instructions on how to use and maintain your Air Oil Aromatherapy Diffuser. Please read these instructions BEFORE using your Air Oil Aromatherapy Diffuser.
How to use your Air Oil Aromatherapy Diffuser
Assembling your device
- Remove all the components in the product box including the wood base, glass diffuser bottle, glass cap and power supply.
- Twisting back and forth, push the glass diffuser bottle into the
rubber hole on the top of the wood base. Be careful not to twist the
bottle in one direction as this could twist the inner air tube and choke
off the air supply.
- Plug in your aroma diffuser into any 110v to 240 AC wall socket.
Note that if the power plug on the wood base sometimes needs and extra
push to plug in all the way.
- Carefully drop in between 10 and 25 drops of oil into the glass bottle.
- Be sure not to over-fill the bottle. If oil is filled past the top
of the small glass tubes at the bottom of the bottle oil will leak into
the air tube and down into the motor. Essential oil will destroy the
Running your diffuser
- Turn the power knob clockwise one click to turn the unit on.
- Turning the knob clockwise increase the flow of vapor and counterclockwise to reduce the flow.
- The oil in your diffuser should last between 30 and 60min depending on the power level.
- If you purchased a unit with an internal timer, the unit will turn
on for 10 min and off for either 10 or 30 min depending on which timer
you purchased. The unit will continue this cycle for 90 min then turn
How to Maintain your Diffuser
- The Diffuser is designed to last many
years if properly maintained. Occasionally you should clean both the
base and glass parts with rubbing alcohol to remove oil residue.
Cleaning the bottle and cap
clean the bottle, gently remove it from the wood base by twisting the
bottle back and forth. Place the bottle and cap in a coffee mug or
drinking glass and poor rubbing alcohol into the bottle past the top of
the glass tubes. Rubbing alcohol will flow through the tubes and clean
free to hold the bottle with alcohol in it, in your hands, covering the
top and bottom with your palms and shake to speed up the cleaning
- Use excess rubbing alcohol to swab the outside of the bottle and wood base to remove any residue.
- Do not
use soap and water to clean your bottle as it will leave water marks
inside your bottle that are very difficult to remove even with rubbing
- Soak your bottle overnight if your diffuser seems to have reduced vapor output.
free to diffuse 5 to 10 drops of rubbing alcohol to clear out remaining
oil if you plan to switch oils and don’t want them to mix or plan to
leave the unit off for many days.
- Here is a detailed video on how the clean the diffuser.