As an Anxiety sufferer, I have become a bit of an essential oil fan. I find that a good essential oil blend can do wonders in soothing my nerves.
So, it comes as no surprise that I finally decided to head on over to Amazon and acquire my first diffuser.
Here is my review of the VicTsing 300ml Wood Grain Essential Oil Diffuser.
VicTsing Essential Oil Diffuser Review
*Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. However, all opinions expressed are truthful as per my experiences with this product.
The VicTsing 300ml Wood Grain Diffuser is a beautiful unit; the size, the overall design, and quality of the product are all perfect. I was amazed at how much the plastic shell resembled real wood.
When in use (and not in use) the wood appearance of this gadget enables it to blend in with the user’s home decor.
This device includes a 300ml tank, four different timer options, and seven “night light” colours (that can be cycled or set as one fixed colour).
As for the aroma distance, I’m able to detect the oils from downstairs when kept in my upstairs bedroom. So, I feel that the VicTsing diffuser would be suitable for a larger room as well.
Alternatively, if you don’t want to add essential oils, you can use this diffuser as a humidifier.
As well as being visually attractive and functionally superior, the VicTsing diffuser is simple to use; Simply put water (using the supplied measuring cup) into the device’s reservoir and add your desired essential oil. However, make sure you don’t fill up the tank past the 300ml mark.
Overall, I’m pleased with my VicTsing diffuser; I’m glad that I finally decided to plunge into the world of essential oils. Currently, my favourite oil is Lavender; I find popping a few drops into my diffuser at night helps me fall asleep.
Additionally, I also purchased a sampler set of Blackstone 100% pure essential oils to go along with my new diffuser; I love them so far.
Please note that I don’t advocate using oils instead of medical treatments. Instead, I find that diffusing essential oils has been a useful tool used in conjunction with my current anxiety medication.
Do you use Essential Oils? What is your favourite oil and/or blends?