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Coupon worked, and we've been meaning to scoop up our first oil diffuser.

I don't have any experience with them, but if the amazon reviews are any indication it looks like a solid deal. Repped!
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Coupon worked, and we've been meaning to scoop up our first oil diffuser.

I don't have any experience with them, but if the amazon reviews are any indication it looks like a solid deal. Repped!
Sadly, Amazon reviews don't mean much. F on FakeSpot, so beware.
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Where do you get your essential oils for these things? Want to be careful about what I'm putting into my air...
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I have this diffuser - I love it. It's relaxing to have the lights on "multi" mode at night with it putting a soothing lavender or ylang ylang mist into the air. A full tank in it lasts about 12 hours of misting.
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Where do you get your essential oils for these things? Want to be careful about what I'm putting into my air...
So there is a lot of debate surrounding essential oils. You really have to know someone that has worked with them to give you a recommendation. I am a massage therapist with 3 years of experience. I use oils ALL the time. My personal recommendation, if I had to pick one, would be Rocky Mountain essential oils. https://www.rockymountainoils.com/ . They are the closest thing YL without the YL price tag. Still a little pricey but I have even used these to help manage health conditions. I was even able to help treat my pneumonia until I could see a doctor. He was impressed and surprised.

This isnt to say I dont buy diluted oils. I occasionally buy walmart oils especially if i can find the Now brand. It still serves a purpose but when put through lab tests they are not as effective as RM.

Other oils brands that can be good but I have not been completely happy with: doterra, Plant Therapy, Plant Gury, & now foods.

If you are just starting out please go for rocky mountain that way you do have some type of benchmark for yourself when it comes to quality. From there you can judge other brands.
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Perfect....I like the look and the price is great. We shall see if it does as good as a job as the model we received from Young Living.

Are there any other essential oils out on the market that are of equal quality to those from YOUNG LIVING?? Love their oils but damn they are pricey.
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For what it's worth, their 300 mL diffuser has more reviews and the Fakespot grade for that is A. Assuming this has a similar build you can probably assume that the 4.4/5 stars accurately represents the quality, despite the shoddy reviews.
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Perfect....I like the look and the price is great. We shall see if it does as good as a job as the model we received from Young Living.

Are there any other essential oils out on the market that are of equal quality to those from YOUNG LIVING?? Love their oils but damn they are pricey.
As mentioned in my previous post. In my experience, rocky mountain oils is comparable and certainly cheaper.
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So there is a lot of debate surrounding essential oils. You really have to know someone that has worked with them to give you a recommendation. I am a massage therapist with 3 years of experience. I use oils ALL the time. My personal recommendation, if I had to pick one, would be Rocky Mountain essential oils. https://www.rockymountainoils.com/ . They are the closest thing YL without the YL price tag. Still a little pricey but I have even used these to help manage health conditions. I was even able to help treat my pneumonia until I could see a doctor. He was impressed and surprised.

This isnt to say I dont buy diluted oils. I occasionally buy walmart oils especially if i can find the Now brand. It still serves a purpose but when put through lab tests they are not as effective as RM.

Other oils brands that can be good but I have not been completely happy with: doterra, Plant Therapy, Plant Gury, & now foods.

If you are just starting out please go for rocky mountain that way you do have some type of benchmark for yourself when it comes to quality. From there you can judge other brands.
This person ^ knows what they speak of. Dont get sucked into YL or D, buy from one of the brands they mention and you will do fine. I use Plant therapy and now, and have been very pleased but rocky mountain is a step up.
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Thanks for posting, I was searching for a similar diffuser last night. I wanted a more stylish one for my desk and this fits the bill and at nearly half the price I was going to pay. For whatever it's worth, I'll be using it in a podcast studio with Doterra's "Breathe" essential oil. The host and some guests need a little help opening up their air ways lol.
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I'm in for one... my wife keeps saying she wants one
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Fakespot review is "D". what should we do now?
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