Although delicate in structure and very pleasing aesthetically, this beautiful diffuser easily covers a large space well. We have been pleasantly surprised at its powerful ability to help disperse essential oils throughout the main floor of a house with ease. They are by far the most beautiful yet effective diffusers our Beeyoutiful® Team has ever used, and we are thrilled to be able to make them available for our discerning essential oil customers.
With a built-in timer (on 10 minutes/off 10 minutes, and can run for 8 hours), the natural and discreet wooden base houses a sophisticated motor. Coupled with the blown glass chimney with elegant curves, your oils are diffused without heat, just simple air nebulization. The glass chimney sits directly on the wooden base, with the glass narrowing to a small point that nestles in snugly for a perfect fit that provides unexpected stability for such a dainty point of connection.
Cleanup is easy. Simply rinse out the chimney and then diffuse rubbing alcohol for ten seconds to eliminate buildup and clogging of the nebulizing glass filament (the tiny glass flange on the inside of the chimney). You can also diffuse Lavender Essential Oil between higher viscosity oils to keep thicker buildup from occurring.
The Aromis Diffuser will gracefully compliment the decor of any home where it can be proudly displayed. Many of our Beeyoutiful Team families have young children and pets, and these one-of-a-kind hand-blown glass creations should be kept well out of the reach of little hands!
This is the best diffuser you will ever use. I have had mine for over a year and I use it every day. The quality of the oils used shines with this diffuser. I have bought oils at the store in a pinch and I can tell the difference. Working in a home that had several water-based diffusers, I could quickly tell that the Aromis diffuser was bounds ahead in quality and effectiveness.
I'm a beginner to essential oils/aromatherapy. Despite being a bit of an investment, I chose this for my first diffuser and - after about 3 weeks of use - I am exceedingly happy with that decision. I think it's an elegant and beautiful device to look at (bonus 'cool' points that it looks like something from a mad scientist's laboratory, even more so when in operation), and it works very well. I have stationed it in my master bedroom, and it covers that area (and somewhat the adjacent bathroom) capably within a few minutes at 24%-33% "power" (which is how I typically run it). Mine operates with a pleasantly low level of noise; being an air pump, it is audible in a quiet room (e.g. bedtime), but it's not at all obnoxious - even running "wide open" it's not in any way intolerable. I've been running it nightly as I go to bed and noise has not been any issue at all.
I have been in the market for a diffuser for quite some time. Each product I found had enough bad reviews for me to not want to spend the money. After finding Beeyoutiful and hearing about the quality and passion for their products I was ready to buy any diffuser in stock. After researching the Aromis Diffuser, I knew that I had found the perfect fit for my lifestyle. The diffuser is very easy to set up and use, and within minutes of opening my package I was diffusing. I have had several friends who use water diffusers come over and stop in their tracks when they notice the difference between the Aromis and their water diffusers.. The one diffuser makes an impact on the entire downstairs. The price may seem high when comparing to water diffusers, but it is worth the money in both quality of product and the efficient use of oils.
Where do you put the oil and can you then combine different oils? I would assume so, but just wondering how it works.
Question by: Mary Heitkamp on Feb 1, 2017 1:08:00 PM
The oils go into the glass and settle in the bottom. You can certainly mix various oils together to diffuse blends. If you wish to swap out the oil you are diffusing the glass can be removed from the base, the extra oil poured into a bottle, the glass washed/rinsed and a new oil or blend added.
Hope that helps! Please don't hesitate to let us know if you have any additional questions.
Answer by: Stephanie Tallent (Admin) on Feb 2, 2017 12:41:00 PM
Is the aromis diffuser quiet? The last difuser we bought similar to Aromis was too loud.
Question by: Vicki on Jan 19, 2017 6:13:00 PM
Hello! It is quite a lot quieter than the Breeze that we also carry but not silent and does have a noticeable sound. It just depends on how quiet the needs are whether or not it would be suitable for your situation!
Answer by: Stephanie Tallent (Admin) on Jan 20, 2017 3:14:00 PM