Buying a diffuser is a big deal that requires careful consideration. It makes sense that in order to get the best out of your essential oils, you need the best diffuser.
Let’s put it this way; if you buy a low-grade diffuser it will either damage or not disperse the molecules of your essential oils. That means you won’t get the health benefits you’re looking for from your oils. You might not even smell the sweet aroma of your oils in the room.
Though you might initially save a few dollars, you’ll end up spending more using larger quantities of oils than you would otherwise need to with a higher end diffuser.
With quality in mind, there’s probably no other brand that can match doTerra.
These diffusers are made for the quality-oriented user (which you should be). They are designed to diffuse essential oils with maximum efficiency and without damaging their molecules. They are also fitted with a timer for regulating how much oil is dispersed.
You can set your doTerra diffuser to disperse oils at regular intervals or constantly for a specified period of time. Either way, it will release just enough to spread the sweet fragrance in and around the room. That is to say, a doTerra diffuser will definitely turn your house into a pleasant home.
But with so many options to pick from, which doTerra diffuser will serve you best?
1. doTerra Aroma Lite Diffuser
If you are looking for a diffuser that is small and compact but can run the longest, then this is it. It measures 8 by 12 inches and weighs just one pound, which makes it perfect for homes and hotels too.
Despite the small size, the Aroma Lite can diffuse essential oil molecules for up to 8 hours straight. It does have a timer for regulating duration as well as an auto-off feature. Additionally, it features four mist settings and an optional night light.
2. doTerra Lotus Diffuser
There’s barely any diffuser in the market today that is as effective as doTerra’s Lotus diffuser. With its real-time atomization technology, this device breaks down essential oil molecules into ions that your body can absorb and use easily.
You have absolute control over how much essential oil it diffuses thanks to the timer feature that allows 1, 2 and 3-hour settings. Although it is fairly small and portable, the Lotus covers up to 330 sq. ft. It’s perfect for home, office or spa use.
3. doTerra Petal Diffuser
The Petal diffuser from doTerra is compact, stylish and very attractive. While the eye-catchy design is a definite plus, this diffuser also excels in performance. It covers up to 330 sq. ft. That makes it perfect for pretty much any purpose, be it home, office, spa or hotel use.
Its small and compact size means you can travel with it anywhere. With its 3 set timings (1, 2 and 4 hours), you can pre-determine how long you want it to release therapeutic essential oil molecules. The diffuser is fitted with an ambient light that won’t bother you even at night.
4. doTerra Aroma Ace Diffuser
This is perhaps the easiest diffuser to use. You don’t put your essential oil inside the diffuser, instead, you simply attach the bottle to the diffuser and it will do the rest. That is why changing oils in an Aroma Ace diffuser is very simple and not messy.
Plus cleaning the whole device is easy-peasy. It has three different controls; one for run time, the second for rest time and the last one for output. The first two (run and rest settings) are for intermittent diffusion. Other than diffusing oils, the device also humidifies air; and it covers a whopping 1,000 to 1,500 sq. ft.
As already stated, buying a doTerra diffuser is the way to go. It is a tried and tested brand that gets nothing but positive reviews from essential oil users and experts.
Just figure out if you want a diffuser that you can carry around easily the Aroma Lite will do. But if you prefer one that excels in breaking down essential oil molecules then perhaps the Lotus should be top of your priority list.
The Petal diffuser is an all-round device, but its coverage area is not as large as the Aroma Ace. So if space is your biggest consideration then you can settle for the latter for very large rooms and the former for smaller ones.