We carry a few items for security when we travel but none is more convenient and pleasing than our diffuser. Our travel model is the URPOWER 2nd Version diffuser. We picked it up for a song – $16 on Amazon and we use it in our motel rooms for a variety of purposes.
  Travel wife is the expert. She uses a special blend of Thieves essential oil to deodorize and detoxify the space.
  This model has both a setting for constant emission and a second that allows for 30-second bursts of mist. This both extends the time that it runs and aids in the permeation of oils into the space.
  We generally start it when we check in, then take off for whatever adventures we have planned for the day. By the time we return to the room, the machine has completed its task and shut down.
  At night, we use a blend of Lavender and Chamomile essential oil designed for relaxation and calming of muscles and nerves.
  The machine is simple and travels well. The only downside we have found is that the red or green indicator light is very bright and we must turn it toward the wall to mitigate the effects of the illumination.

The URPOWER diffuser is a handy addition to our travel kit

That being said, it is a simple way to calm and freshen a room. The URPOWER Ultrasonic Aroma Essential Oil Diffuser is elegant and easy to use.
The diffuser has an automatic shut off safety system, so when the water is gone, it protects the inner workings from being burned out.
We like it because the humidifier function adds moisture to the air – which helps us sleep better, cough less and alleviate dry sinuses. It also diffuses our favorite scented oils without heat, so their holistic properties stay intact. The result is healthful, moist air that smells subtly fresh and clean.

More information here http://www.urpower.net/pro1-urpower-2nd-version-essential-oil-diffuser-100ml.html If you try it, let us know how it works out for you. Visit our Florida Fun Zone Facebook page or drop us a line at floridafunzone@yahoo.com.

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