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I use Rosewood specifically for meditation, and it’s great being able to use it in a much more intense way than with a diffuser. It is an amazing thing right there. I have not decided what I oils I will use in the second one, but it will come to me.
I’ve never used anything like this before, and it’s a wonderful discovery.
It took 2 weeks to get here from Utah (I'm in Detroit, MI area) via USPS. OK, so now I finally have the inhalers: one of the two is dented like it has been squeezed (glass insert not broken-good news) and the other one is extremely hard to separate and get to the glass insert. Perhaps shipping dept should consider better protective packaging to keep the thin metal tubes from denting enroute. The skimpy bubble wrap envelope placed inside a brown paper packing sleeve is insufficient for ensuring this product arrives in good condition. The inhalers should function as intended, but I'm definitely disappointed upon receipt of my order.
It's a no brainer to use! Pull off the outer gray lid, pull up the gold top, unscrew, fill half full with RMO essential oil, put the wick in, screw the gold cover back on, put back into gray case, and add gray top. I love it!
These little diffusers are awesome! I bought them months ago and they still smell amazing. I know they don’t sell the replacement sticks for inside, but they are so cheap and last so long that I would just buy another pack to get different oil combinations.
Directions: Add 15-20 drops of your favorite essential oil blend into the glass vial. Insert cotton wick while keeping about ¼ of the wick out of the vial. Screw on cap. Take a moment to take 3 deep breaths as needed.
November 2, 2017
Works really well with oil for calming. Diffuser just rides in my purse and is handy whenever I need it.
I quite like these inhalers, and thay are simple to use(esp after reading the directions on the product page). The only thing I would change would be to have them be non-identicle so that you can carry two different ouls amd easily grab the one you need. I ended up putting a piece of tape on one to differentiate it from the other, which works fine, but is not as elegant. Other than that small change, I think they are great!
No replacement wicks, but the inhaler on its own gets 5 stars.
These inhalers are excellent. I mixed a blend of 3 essential oils, using 5 drops of each. Using more than 15 or 16 drops is a waist. I first added and mixed my drops into a small condiment bowl. Then grabbing the wick with some tweezers, pressed the wick into the bowl to absorb as much of the oil as possible. Then with the same tweezers, dropped the soaked wick into the inhaler bottle. These are very handy for travel. They are small and fit into your pocketbook or pants pockets. Love them.
This is a great product and works well, but being a first time purchaser it would have been nice if it came with some simple instructions as well as the refills. I don't think that the one refill that is included will last me very long and it also limits you to having to buy refills elsewhere because they cannot be purchased at RMO at the moment...
It is a little messy transferring the oils to the refill and then into the inhaler, so maybe I am doing something wrong but I feel like I'm wasting oil when it doesn't make it into the inhaler.
Yes, it's true, I could've gone back to the website to get the directions but figured it out. Wouldn't be too difficult to print off and cut up some little directions memos for customer convenience. I found this product on some EO aromatherapy website. She placed the wicks in a small bowl to saturate with the EOs. I liked the glass/not plastic aspect of this product when working with EOs.
No. There is a little square of paper with basic instructions on it. You add your oils to the glass vial. You insert the wick, leaving about a 1/4" outside of the vial. Then you reassemble the inhaler (screw it back together) and enjoy! I have been very happy with the product. They don't leak!
There aren't instructions, but it is pretty simple. The insert just pulls out, unscrew top, insert wick saturated with your oils, screw top on , insert back into metal sleeve, put lid on. They are quite handy, for my stuffy nose concoctions.
I didn't have any problem unscrewing mine. Did you pull the whole inner sleeve out of the aluminum case? If not the inside glass container will just spin and not release. Pull the glass container straight out and then try it.