[unpaid/sample] I think this little portable diffuser from Alexandra Kay is the best thing I saw last week. I’m not sure what my expectation was exactly, but I didn’t think this dinky diffuser would be as good as it is.
It’s exactly how it sounds and I have it next to me while I’m typing away with a stream of vapour sending notes of lemon, cedarwood and sweet orange my way from the blend Time To Smile. You can, of course, use whatever essential oil you like but you must not add it neat – you need to dilute with water (three drops and fill half way with water before shaking up to blend).
It’s so simple to recharge because it has a USB cable so you can stick it in your laptop or charger point. It turns out that Alexandra is the daughter of Green People founder, Charlotte Vøhtz, so I feel the aromatherapy blends come from a place of knowledge. I do find it strange though that the diffuser is £20 and so are the oils (each) – I think I expected the blends to be more budget friendly.
There are other blend options – Time To Sleep and Time To Relax – but personally, I’d pop a bit of tangerine, rose or spearmint oil in there. It’s a very good device – the vapour stream is impressive and very quiet … you could take it anywhere really but I’ve been enjoying it just at my desk as and when – the novelty hasn’t worn off. Unless you have no interest at all in aromatherapy, this is a lovely gift to self (or others, of course) to have by the bath, by your bed or like me, at your work station, for the moments you need to just stop and breathe. Twenty quid very well spent, HERE.
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