The Sarah Jane essential oil burner is perfect to burn you favourite oil to add a wonderful fragrance to your home. Not only does it look great but you can enjoy the multiple of benefits from using an essential oil burner.
Classic, patterned essential oil burner
Made from porcelain
Place a tealight candle at the bottom and essential oils on top
The perfect addition to any room
Dimensions: 10cm X 12cm
Benefits of using an Essential Oil Burner:
Wards of illness:
Essential oils have amazing anti-microbial properties when introduced into the air in vapour form, the organic compounds within the oils come into direct contact with airborne pathogens before they can invade your bode. Secondly by using essential oils it also boosts your immune system.
Freshens up the air:
Unlike other air fresheners, these diffusers do not put other harmful chemicals into the air.
Especially lavender essential oil can help you have a peaceful sleep and the mist produces a long lasting effect to help you sleep throughout the night.
Helps you breathe easier:
Oils like peppermint, rosemary, lemon and eucalyptus are great for reducing inflammation and congestion in the airways. If you're prone to allergies try diffusing some essential oils in your room or home.
Keep you cool:
Peppermint and spearmint is great to give you that refreshing cool feeling when it's hot outside.
You don't just have to apply essential oils directly to your body for pain relief, you can also use a diffuser to extend their effects using oils such as ginger, lavender, eucalyptus, rosemary and bergamot.
With so much stress in today's busy time, why not create a calming affect in your home with essential oils like bergamot, rose geranium and frankincense.
Apart from relieving your stress, an essential oil diffuser can also elevate your mood. Using oils such as sweet orange, jasmine, rose geranium is great for when you're feeling sad or depressed.
Using eucalyptus or tea tree oil can one day maybe save your marriage if your significant other keeps you awake at night with their snoring.
We've all heard that irritating sound of a mozzie keeping us up at night. Adding some citronella, lemongrass or rosemary essential oil to your diffuser will repel various insects.
Saver alternative to candles and incense:
With essential oil diffusers you don't have to worry about your pets or small children knocking it over and the diffusers have an auto shut off when the water runs out.
If you have to concentrate at work or study hard for that exam, oils like peppermint and eucalyptus is perfect to keep you focused.
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