If you’ve ever wanted to infuse your bedroom or home with the spa-like scent of aromatherapy oils, you’re in luck. With a range of oil diffusers on the market, you can find one that will scent your space and match your décor. Yes, it’s a luxury item, but if you’re committed to having a comforting, cozy home, then you’ll definitely want to invest in one.
Whether you want an oil diffuser to help lower your stress in your home office, help put you to sleep in your bedroom, or just diffuse a warming... smell throughout your home, there are plenty of options on the market today.
We’ve rounded up some of the best oil diffusers available based on sales and reviews. Below, you’ll find ideas for every budget, as well as ones with specific features such as LED lights, Bluetooth speakers, and mini humidifiers. An oil diffuser is one of the first steps to making your home into a relaxing oasis—luxury white bathrobes not included.
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A top-seller in its category, this oil diffuser features Whisper-Quiet Ultrasonic Operation which not only fills the space with a nice fragrances but also adds a light mist to keep the air from becoming too dry, preventing dry skin, stuffy air, and germs. The system shuts off automatically when the water runs out, and it’s portable so you can take it to the office, hotel, or even just move it from room to room in your home. Kids will love this too because it has seven changing mood lights... (including green, dark blue, red, yellow, pink, light blue, and white.) It’ll work for three hours in continuous mode or six hours in intermittent mode.
Customers who have purchased this product have been mostly happy with it. One said that they spent tons of money in the past buying candles but after purchasing this, those days are over, adding that maintaining the diffuser with oils is so much cheaper in the long run. Another said it was so quiet you hardly know it’s on. Some have said the LED lights are a little bright, adding that it’s a great night light but if you prefer to sleep in the dark, perhaps this isn’t a good diffuser for the bedroom.
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This uniquely designed oil diffuser features a wood grain exterior to give it a more natural vibe. To use, just unscrew the cap and add water along with the essential oil of your choice. It will run for up to 10 hours of continuous output but also has an automatic power shutoff when it runs out of water. It has adopted ultrasonic technology, which makes it extremely quiet while it’s running. There’s also an LED light with seven color options—available in a steady or changing color mode. And you... can set it on a timer to run for one hour, three hours, six hours, or continuously.
The majority of customers have been happy with this product. Many have said it works well and is super quiet. One person said they love that it has rubber feet which makes it more stable on the table and that it’s very easy to use. Some have had issues with it breaking or not diffusing as much steam over time but most customers would recommend it to others.
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Not looking to spend a lot of money on an oil diffuser? This is a great option. It’s a portable machine that can fit in the palm of your hand. You can plug it into a USB port or it can run on two AA batteries. It operates using a silent fan so there’s no noise as it diffuses your favorite essential oils. There’s also a soft blue LED light that will help lift your mood.
Customers have said it’s a good little machine for the low price. One said it’s great for traveling—it works well in a car,... camper, or hotel room. Others have praised how easy it is to use, but some noted that they deducted points for the machine not coming with instructions. In terms of other negative reviews, some found that it broke quickly, but many have said it’s a good machine for the budget price.
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This stylish three-in-one product acts as an aromatherapy diffuser, humidifier, and night light. It will run up to six hours with a low mist, and when the water runs out (there’s a 200ml capacity), it’ll turn off automatically for your safety. The LED light can be turned on, and you have the choice of using one of seven soothing colors including yellow, green, blue, and pink. And when you’re not feeling the aromatherapy, you can use the unit as a general humidifier to help provide moisture for... dry cough, sinus irritation, and dry skin.
The majority of those who have this in their home love it overall. One said it’s low maintenance for a lovely scent. Another pointed out that it’s quiet and they liked that it gives off the aroma with a mist, not just by heating the oil. One thing to watch out for: the top doesn’t actually latch on — it just rests on the base. So be careful about tilting it while it’s filled with water.Continue to 5 of 9 below.
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If you’re prepared to spend a little more money on an oil diffuser, consider this one from Aimcare. It not only has a sleek design but plenty of smart features. First off, there’s no heat involved so there’s no risk of burns, which is great if you have children running around the house. It works well for rooms up to 160 square feet and can help kill bacteria and purify the air when used with an all-natural essential oil. It also comes in six colors—gold, gray, silver, black, white, and rose... gold.
The majority of customers were very satisfied with this product. One person said it looks like a piece of artwork in their home but also works really well. Another said it was incredibly quiet as it works. You’ll be hard pressed to find a negative review of this diffuser.
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Looking for a quality light-up oil diffuser? This one from Urpower is a top-seller in its category. Featuring seven different colors you can choose from including white, red, yellow, and blue, it also gives the option to cycle through the colors in a kaleidoscope like rotation. Or, you can choose a color based on the mood you’re trying to convey or to match the scent you’re using (i.e., yellow for citrus, red for peppermint, etc.) Other features include a cool mist humidifier, whisper-quiet... operation, and auto shut-off when the water runs out. It can work for up to six hours at a time.
The majority of customers who have purchased this product were happy with it. Some have said they enjoy using it for the lights, but you can also turn them off and just use it as a diffuser if you want. The only issue is that there is a continuous power light that stays on, which is really bright for some when they’re trying to go to sleep. So if you’re going to be using it in a dark room, you might want to consider covering that light.
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A sleek design is what makes this oil diffuser stand out from the rest. Featuring a soothing light that can be set to your preferred brightness, it can also be set to breathing mode which cycles the light on and off to rhythmically to help you regulate your breathing, which is fun to use while you’re meditating. The device can operate for about eight to 10 hours at a time and features an automatic shutoff that stops operation when the water runs out.
Most of those who purchased this seem to be... happy with its performance. Besides it being a beautiful unit as one reviewer said, it’s also sturdy, quiet, and delivers the scent quickly into the room when in use. Some have had issues with it malfunctioning over time, but the majority would recommend it to others.
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Want soothing spa music to stream from your oil diffuser? Thanks to this high-end product, it can. Featuring a Bluetooth speaker, you can connect it to your MP3 player, smartphone, tablet, or computer to play music. It can also be a cool mist humidifier to help prevent dry air or a night-light thanks to seven colorful LED lights. You can also control it with your smartphone, and it has an automatic shutoff when it runs out of water.
Most customers who reviewed it said they loved the device. One... mentioned how great the speaker is and another said it’s a great experience setting the timer and controlling it with your phone. One customer did say they wished the smell was a little stronger while another had technical issues with the phone app, but the majority of those who reviewed it said they were happy with it.Continue to 9 of 9 below.
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If you'd prefer to have an oil diffuser that doesn't plug in or require batteries, consider opting for an oil burner instead. This ceramic version from Ivenf doesn't actually burn the oil, but it relies on the heat of the flame from a tea light candle to warm the oil and disperse the scent.
Not only will you get a pleasing scent, but you'll also get the added ambience of a flickering flame. Of course, the drawback with this option is that it requires more attention than an... electric version. Plus, you can't use it while you sleep or rely on an automatic shutoff. But for those times when you prefer a tea light to a scented candle, this one is a winner.
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