Enjoy aromatherapy benefits in your sauna, home, or office with the Clearlight® Aroma One® essential oil diffuser. The Aroma One® Aromatherapy Diffuser uses ultrasonic, high-frequency technology to convert water and essential oil into a fine mist that is dispersed in the air.
The Aroma One® essential oil diffuser can be run from any electrical outlet with the included USB-C cable (power cube not included) or can be run with the optional battery (not included). Plugged into an electrical outlet, the runtime is about 4 hours. When running the Aroma One® on the optional battery, you can expect about 2.5 hours of run time.
Aromatherapy is a holistic healing treatment that uses essential plant oils and natural plant extracts to promote health and well-being. Aromatherapy uses aromatic essential oils medicinally to improve your health, calm or invigorate your mind, and elevate your mood. It enhances both physical and emotional health.
Aromatherapy is both an art and a science. Some essential oil blends are designed to smell good and some are designed for their medicinal effects on your mind and body. Aromatherapy can be a great practice for enhancing your spaces and creating a therapeutic experience. Whether you’re looking for more holistic approaches to wellness, trying to reduce your use of chemicals in the home, or just want your space to feel refreshed and revitalized, using Aromatherapy can make all the difference.
The Aroma One® is an essential oil diffuser designed to be used in your sauna, home or anywhere you like with the optional battery (not included).
About Essential Oils
Essential oils have been used for therapeutic purposes for over 6,000 years. Many cultures used them in cosmetics, perfumes, and drugs. Essential oils were also commonly used for spiritual, therapeutic, hygienic, and ritualistic purposes.
More recently, René-Maurice Gattefossé, a French chemist, discovered the healing properties of lavender oil when he applied it to a burn on his hand caused by an explosion in his laboratory. He then started to analyze the chemical properties of essential oils and how they were used to treat burns, skin infections, gangrene, and wounds in soldiers during World War I. In 1928, Gattefossé founded the science of aromatherapy. By the 1950s, massage therapists, nurses, physiotherapists, doctors, and other health care providers began using aromatherapy to heal people.
Over the last 40 years, Aromatherapy has started to gain popularity in the US. Today, many lotions, candles, and beauty products are sold as “aromatherapy” products. However, many of these products contain synthetic fragrances. These types of products do not have the same properties as essential oils.