Does this product have a warranty?
Yes all ECO. Accessories have a 12month warranty. We will not replace or refund Nebulizers which have been damaged by the use of viscous essential oils.
What is the difference between a Nebulizer and a Mist Diffuser?
Nebulizers do not use heat or water, they work by atomizing the essential oils into fine particles. Nebulizers use a larger amount of essential oil for a shorter running time. However, the concentration of essential oils released into the air is much stronger. It is best to avoid using viscous oils originating from roots and trees in the Nebulizer as they might cause clogging. Nebulizers are best suited for large spaces due to the high concentration of essential oils.
Which essential oils can I use in my Nebulizer?
Avoid using essential oils extracted from woods and roots of plants as they are much thicker and will clog the Nebulizer. Avoid using Fennel, Cedarwood, Clove Bud, Cinnamon, Frankincense, Jasmine 3%, Neroli 3%, Patchouli, Rose 3%, Sandalwood 10%, Pine, Vetiver. All other ECO. essential oils are fine to use.
How often should I clean the diffuser
We recommend cleaning the Nebulizing diffuser with a wet cloth after a few uses or each time you change essential oils. Refer to the instruction manual for more details.
Is this safe for use during pregnancy?
We do not recommend using Atlas Cedarwood, Eucalyptus, German Chamomile, Juniper Berry or Rosemary during pregnancy. Avoid using essential oils during the first trimester unless you are under the supervision of a qualified practitioner. See our full list of pregnancy safe oils in our FAQs.
Is this safe for children?
We do not recommend the use of essential oils for children under 3 months. After 3 months use small amounts in a diffuser or for massage use a 1% dilution ratio in a carrier oil.
Is this safe to use around pets?
Peppermint, Citrus (including Lemon), Eucalyptus & Ylang Ylang essential oils are not recommended for use around pets. See our full list of pet safe oils in our FAQs.
Can I ingest this oil?
Essential oils should not be taken internally unless you have consulted with a health professional or Aromatherapist first.