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Therapy products I love that I know you will too!

Hi!  Today I wanted to talk about one of many products I use and absolutely love!

The aromatherapy essential oil diffuser I use at the office

Many of you have been asking me about the aromatherapy essential oil diffuser* I have on at the office and I just wanted to talk more about it, as I'm sure I ramble on about it at the office and it's usually after you've received your massage which means you probably are only half aware of what I'm babbling about.

I love my mister for a few reasons.  First and most important to me, was that it's a dry mist that diffuses any essential oil I would like.  This means that if I or a client is having a bad allergy day, I could diffuse a great sinus blend essential oil like the Breath Easier Synergy Blend essential oil which is a lovely blend of  peppermint, rosemary, lemon and eucalyptus essential oils.  I also use it for the Aromanap service I offer that can be added to any massage and add a few drops of Lavender essential oil to it to help my clients relax and fall fast asleep.

The mister come in a variety of designs.  Some come with the glowing light feature such as the one I have at the office, but if you prefer something more subtle and in a wood grain design, you could choose from a couple of shades of the wood grain designs available.

I also like that once the well is empty it shuts off on its own so I don't have to worry about it burning out or anything. You can set the timer to shut off after an hour or other set times. Lastly, you can use it as a night light or just as a diffuser without the light.

I've had it for a few months now and I really love it.  I'm sure you will too!

I'll write about my experience with some of the other products I use and enjoy but you can find many of them here at my online affiliate store, Everything you need to get well with Elle of All Star Massage.

Next time, I'll tell you about my yoga trapeze!



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