Aroma Nebulizer Oil (Classic) - Ocean

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The exclusive formulation of our Nebulizer Oil contains a harmony blend of essential oil for an olfactory stimulation. It helps to fill the air in the room up with a clean, refreshing or sweet scent depending on the scents you choose. The scents were created to help induce clarity and focus while reducing anxiety.

 

Unlike most essential oil in the market with scents lacking depth, our nebulizer oil comprised of a fusion of natural scents from a wide variety of essential oil with numerous benefits and a combination of calming and refreshing notes.

 

With the use of nanocapsule technology in the process, our nebulizer oil allows the nebulizer to break down the particles evenly and have a long-lasting scenting effect while maintaining the quality of the scents.

 

Pair it with our nebulizer for the maximum scenting effect, our nebulizer atomises essential oil into millions of tiny micro particles which allows the particles to be suspended in the air for a longer period of time.

  • Remove the cap, twisted the bottle into your nebulizer diffuser
  • For diffuser that require water, place 5 -10 drops of our nebulizer refill into your diffuser depending on the intensity of the scents you preferred

Essential Oils (Grapefruit, Bergamot, Lemon, Marine Accords, Apple, Geranium, Freesia, Amber, Musk, Cedarwood), Fragrance, Solvent

Transport your mind right to a clear, sparkling ocean. Our Ocean Aroma Nebulizer Oil features fresh fruits and marine accords with a hint of woody scent. Imagine yourself standing on a wooden boat in the middle of the ocean, taking in the soft, gentle sea breeze, and the sounds of seagull calling, with the smell of sea salt lingering in the air and tickling your tongue.

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  1. Tracy

    Tracy

    I love eating sea salt mcflurry and I figured I like the scent too…

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