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Using Aromatherapy Vaporisers

You can use aromatherapy vaporisers to fill your home or office with the uplifting and relaxing aromas of your favourite aromatherapy essential oils.

Aromatherapy vaporisers are a quick and easy way to make your environment smell beautiful. In simple terms, they gently heat essential oils, turning them from a liquid into an aromatic vapour, which then wafts through the air, filling your room with its beautiful smell.

Home Comforts

Vaporisers may be used anywhere in the home or office. They can help lift your spirits and relax you after a hard day’s work. Their effects are subtle, and they are better suited to raising your mood a little than to healing or focusing your concentration during meditation. you can buy vaporisers on any high street, or find more elaborate designs at new age shops or festivals.

Create a relaxing mood wherever you go by using a candle vaporiser. You may choose to surround it with scented candles for a more intense experience.

How vaporisers work

Our ability to smell is caused by tiny molecules wafting in the air. When we breathe in these molecules, they are recognised by reception in the nose. The information is then carried by nerves to the brain, including the areas responsible for emotions, behaviour and memory. The smell molecules also dissolve into our bloodstream, allowing their active properties to start working. An aromatherapy vaporiser quickly fills your room with wonderful aromas.

Evaporation

Vaporiser heat essential oil, speeding the rate at which it evaporates. This means that the scent molecules pass into the air more rapidly, enabling you to breathe in more “scent” in a shorter period of time.

Convection Current

As the vaporiser warms the essential oil, it also heats the air around it. As hot air rises, this causes the air in the room to circulate, spreading the tiny molecules around more quickly.

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