Here at Aromarrr, we know first-hand the power of essential oils; our founder, Shannon, discovered their amazing benefits when she suffered a stroke at just 32. And through our online store, we've learned that when using a diffuser customers experience an improvement in their general health and wellbeing.
We believe that every home and office should have an essential oil diffuser! Here's why:
Burning candles and incense may be how Instagram stars relax, but they're not so safe for kids or pets. Fumes and flames mean they're bad for your health and hazardous to your home
Diffusers are so much more economical than throwaway candles. So you get long-term benefits and save money too. Win-win! You'll get top value from our aromatherapy diffuser store, btw.
After a long, hard day (stressful meetings + whirlwind kids = headache from hell) you'll be glad of your essential oil diffuser people! Chamomile or rose will help you keep calm and carry on.
Lavender oil, valerian and sweet orange aromatherapy oils help promote restful sleep. So if you're an insomniac, get these in your diffuser, ASAP
Eucalyptus oil, clove and peppermint essential oil are all great for killing off airborne bacteria, supporting your respiratory system and fighting off the dreaded common cold
Got brain-fog? Step away from the coffee machine and start up your diffuser! Rosemary and lemon oil help support cognitive function and energise your grey matter
Whether you've got the blues or you're seeing red, there's an essential oil for that. Banish negativity with grapefruit essential oil and chill the heck out with spruce
Thyme, basil and clary sage have long been used when the hyper-hormones struggle is real
At last: a natural way to tackle your partner's noisy nose! Try marjoram, eucalyptus essential oil or lemon sleep-seekers
In case you missed the memo, citronella is the classic scent that buzzy, bitey critters hate. Something we always stress is essential oils are safely used in low doses and should be used with care. We always suggest consulting your family doctor regarding use of our essential oils around babies and pregnancy and suggest contacting your local vet if you are considering using around pets especially cats and dogs as some oils can be toxic.