Review of the Heka Oil Diffuser

Had I known how much a diffuser could improve life, I would have gotten one a long time ago. Not only is it elegant and pretty but It comes with a fancy ceramic cover which turns it into beautiful home decor.  The light controls are a really nice touch; my personal favorite is the blue. I have quite a few other diffusers spread out all around the house but I made sure this one went front and center in the living room because it’s so pretty and blends in so well. There are lots of colors to choose from or you can just let the automatic color changing lights run which makes a beautiful display. Another thing I love about using oil diffusers is the fact that you can control the scent by how many drops of essential oil you add to the water. Personally I’m one of those people who hate fake smells in the air from plug ins or sprays in the air but after using oil diffuses I’ve come to realize there is a way to add scent to a room without it being over whelming or over the top. The Heka Oil Diffusers has 2 small discrete buttons on the bottom behind it. One controls the light color and the other controls the diffuser. This product is very easy to use right out of the box. Basically, you just unbox it, add water to the fill line, add a few drops of your favorite essential oil, put the lid on, plug it in and turn it on! Of course, be sure not to leave the cord dandling where small children can pull it down.  All in all I’m very happy with this diffuser and out of all of the different ones I own this is my favorite. I do have to point out that it doesn’t hold much water. Only 2 or so ounces so I find myself filling it a lot because personally I use it every day.

You can find it on sale for $38.99 on Amazon by CLICKING HERE.

http://amzn.to/2e8nQKB

Sample sent for review purposes.

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