Different Types of Diffusers and How to Use Them

Posted by Carly Fielding on

Finesse Home carries many different types of diffusers perfect for any space. Below we have outlined just how each type works and where it would best work in your home or office.

You can find all of our diffusers under the category "Diffusers."


Reed Diffusers

These diffusers are perfect because they can go anywhere in your house and don’t require to be plugged in. Each diffusers comes with its own fragrance which can be replenished as needed. Reed Diffusers can last for well up to a year.

Ideal for diffusing....

Put this...

  • Anywhere!

Candle Diffusers

An attractive modern way to diffuse fragrances. Perfect for adding atmosphere to the bathroom or bedroom. Watch the light flicker behind the coloured glass while you enjoy your favourite scent.

Ideal for diffusing...


Put this…

  • Somewhere with a sturdy surface where it won’t get knocked over easily
  • Bedroom
  • Bathroom

Stones

Finesse Stones hold onto the appropriate scent and release it bit by bit. Cover the stones when they aren’t in use to prolong the aroma. They can be refreshed over time using a refresher oil.


Stones are exclusive to our Sleep, Dream, and Snorerox Collections. You can find them on our website under ‘Good Night’s Sleep’


Put this…

  • On your nightstand table

Plug In Diffusers

Our plug in diffusers are beautifully designed lamps with a dish on top for diffusing your favourite crystals or tarts.

Ideal for Diffusing

Put this…

  • In a small space
  • Bedroom
  • Bathroom
  • Hallway
  • In the office

Ultrasonic Diffusers

Ultrasonic is by far the most superior method of diffusion. These diffusers create small vibrations which create cool vapour so the water and the oil is not heated which preserves the quality of the oil.

Perfect for Diffusing...

  • Essential Oils

Put this...

  • Living Area
  • Bedroom
  • Office Waiting Room

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  • I have a different type of diffuser, not mentioned in this list. It is a wick diffuser. Your oil, that I purchased barely covers the bottom of the diffuser, can I dilute it before adding to my diffuser? What ratio would I use.

    Sandy Butler on

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