This little dear works both as a humidifier and a nightlight
You can use it with plain water or add a few drops of essential oils. (More info on essential oils below)
The light slowly changes colours (if you choose to have the light on) and can be used just as a nighlight if you like.
Comes with a USB plug
Just fill unscrew the top, fill the chamber with water (instructions below for essential oils), plug it in and push the button few times until you reach your desired function.
A short press on that cute button nose will turn on the humidifier (with out the light).
Short button presses will change the function
-there is an option to have a steady flow of spray,
-and an option for short bursts
A long press turns on the light and humidifier, and short presses will change functions with the light on
-you can choose a steady flow,
-or just the light by itself
I hope that was a good enough description! Just play around with it and you'll figure it out pretty quickly (and please feel free to ask if you have any questions).
Scented oils can be used in humidifiers.
It is safe to add scented oils to a humidifier. However, this needs to be done properly so that the humidifier is not damaged (as the oils can break down plastic over time).
Instructions for essential oils:
When adding scented oil to a humidifier, always be sure to dilute it well. Add no more than three to nine drops of oil to the water chamber of the humidifier. Then fill the chamber with water.
Using Cotton Balls
A safer way to use scented oils in a humidifier is by first placing drops of the oil on cotton balls. Drop the cotton into the water chamber of the humidifier. The steam will cause the scent to vaporize out into the air without having the oil come into direct contact with the inside parts of the humidifier.
The alcohol in some oils is strong enough to eat away at the plastic parts inside a humidifier. Always be sure to clean the humidifier thoroughly each time after using the essential oils. This will remove all possibly harmful residue from inside the humidifier.
Speak with a certified aromatherapist
If you would like more information about an individual treatment plan. You can search for an aromatherapist with the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy’s online database.
-Talk to a doctor before using essential oils (especially if you take any medications or have any health concerns, including high blood pressure, low immunity, or epilepsy).
- Do a google search to make sure that the oils you've picked are safe to be used around pets.
-Clean humidifier after each use.
-Inspect your humidifier regularly.
-Keep out of reach of children.
Contact me to arrange a time if you’d like to come and collect anything, you’re more than welcome! (I live in Brooklyn, Wellington). Best times for pick-ups are before 2pm, or after 4pm on weekdays (though times can differ in the school holidays).