Reddit Reddit reviews URPOWER 2nd Version Essential Oil Diffuser Aroma Essential Oil Cool Mist Humidifier with Adjustable Mist Mode,Waterless Auto Shut-Off and 7 Color LED Lights Changing for Home (White)

We found 27 Reddit comments about URPOWER 2nd Version Essential Oil Diffuser Aroma Essential Oil Cool Mist Humidifier with Adjustable Mist Mode,Waterless Auto Shut-Off and 7 Color LED Lights Changing for Home (White). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

URPOWER 2nd Version Essential Oil Diffuser Aroma Essential Oil Cool Mist Humidifier with Adjustable Mist Mode,Waterless Auto Shut-Off and 7 Color LED Lights Changing for Home (White)
URPOWER New Version: The URPOWER Ultrasonic Aroma Essential Oil Diffuser is an upgraded version. The 2nd generation produces more mist than old version. An ideal way to add moist, comfortable air to small bedrooms, hotel rooms, tabletops and even workplace cubiclesPlease use 100% pure essential oils with no corrosivity, Ultrasonic aroma essential oil diffuse is safe and does not harm the essential oil of any ingredientsOutlet shouldn’t be inserted cord that exceeds the maximum voltage. Add a few drops of your favorite essential oil to give your room a pleasant scent.Features include 7 color changing lamps for your choice, nightlight, programmable on/off cycles and auto shut-off.once the water runs out,it wil be auto shut-off to protect the deviceContent: 100ml, Material: PP Hard plastic, Working time: Up to 6 hours, Adjustable two mist settings: Continuously and intermittently, whisper-quiet operation won't interfere with your sleep.
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27 Reddit comments about URPOWER 2nd Version Essential Oil Diffuser Aroma Essential Oil Cool Mist Humidifier with Adjustable Mist Mode,Waterless Auto Shut-Off and 7 Color LED Lights Changing for Home (White):

u/roastbeefskins · 5 pointsr/IndoorGarden

The moisture has to evaporate in order to make humidity. I would just leave your plant out of the humidity solution that your looking for. You could just leave a tray of water seperate from the plant, but I'm still not sure why you keep harping to incorporate the plant into this. Get a [tiny humidifier](URPOWER 2nd Version Essential Oil Diffuser,100ml Aroma Essential Oil Cool Mist Humidifier with Adjustable Mist Mode,Waterless Auto Shut-off and 7 Color LED Lights Changing for Home Office Baby and call it a day. I

u/GrwnUpPonyo · 4 pointsr/sexover30

I have 3 of this humidifier in my house. The kids use the light as a night light and I like it for the ambiance occasionally. I also bought this set of essential oils to go with it; just a few drops at every use and it humidifies and smells nice. I use the lavender and orange the most and have reordered larger bottles of that. Eucalyptus is great for when we're sick. I think I'm going to get a much bigger one that will last all night. This one is only good for a couple of hours.

For shoes, I just have a LOT. At least 50 pairs of my own. IKEA has some very inexpensive options that look like furniture. I use a similar one to this in the family area for the most commonly used. I use under-bed storage for boots and seasonal shoes. I use [these closet hangers] for most of my heels. And yes, that's still not enough.

u/goodtalker · 4 pointsr/MakeupRehab

Not exactly a makeup/skincare recommendation, but do you have a humidifier you love? I have one that says it creates an "invisible mist," but I've been running it for 5 days straight in my bedroom and the water level hasn't dropped AT ALL. Humidity level doesn't feel like it has changed at all in the room--I still wake up with a dry, tight face and a dry, bloody nose.

It's been a while since I've shopped for one, and I'm honestly overwhelmed by the options. They all look so different now! Bonus points for one that's not gigantic, hideous, or super loud.

u/Martinez58 · 3 pointsr/HelpMeFind
u/seacoastbevlab · 2 pointsr/pelotoncycle

The answer to your problems is this bad boy: Get this humidifier and some essential oils and it keeps the room smelling really nice. I turn it on at the beginning of my ride and just let it empty/turn off by itself which is usually a couple hours after.

u/carlito8846 · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I will occasionally get a droplet on my keyboard, but it's tiny and easy to wipe away. I find that the humidifier container itself doesn't leak at all. I make sure to fill the container away from my tech tho! I got this one. Affordable, small, and soothing. I prefer it unlit.

u/tombombadil33 · 2 pointsr/waterniggas

yo dude dont pay that much for one. I have a URPOWER, its $16 bucks it color changes and shit and its dope my dude

u/jewlzsantana · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Those are perfect to hide explosives in!! We need these to calm people down while we keep them hostage tbh.

u/dogfacedpajamas · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I need a small crossbody bag. My current one is getting really beat up and is starting to come apart at the seams.

I also need to get the essential oil diffuser/humidifier before the air starts getting dry, but that's getting up there in price.

I hope you can feel better soon. Even though it's good to stay informed sometimes turning off the news can be important to mental health too. Forget about your worries and your strifes.

u/magnora7 · 2 pointsr/conspiracy

I used to think it was dumb, but have you ever gone in for a massage somewhere and smelled how good it smelled and been super relaxed? You can just bring that home. I got one of these types of things from my sister for xmas:

It's just like a little spinny motorized thing, you put water in there, then a few drops of whatever essential oil you want, and it lasts for a few hours. I've really enjoyed mine, lavender and sandalwood always chills me out and puts me in a better mood. It's worth a try for $20 total. One little $3 bottle of essential oil will last like a year.

u/daneshpastry · 1 pointr/Incense

You could wear it like a perfume - buy an empty roll-on bottle and dilute it with a carrier oil (fragrance-free oil, like jojoba). Maybe start with 20% fragrance oil to 80% carrier oil. You can play with the proportions.

Buy an oil burner -

Or an oil diffuser -

(Those links we're picked at random). Have fun with your oil!

u/katieanyone · 1 pointr/essentialoils

Now brands oils are honestly pretty good! I’m really happy with their lavender oil. You may want to check out Eden’s Garden, Plant Therapy and Rocky Mountain Oils for some other options to compare prices and other starter kits.

You can also get a less expensive diffuser here . I have the older version and it has been going for about two years of regular use (5-7 times a week).

Just please do not consume essential oils. There are a lot of companies like Young Living and DoTerra that suggest this is okay (side note: stay away from them). Be careful using oils around pets as well. Tea tree oil can cause respiratory issues in dogs and cats. Essential oils are very potent.

u/SecretLifeOfANerd · 1 pointr/whatisthisthing

Just for fun

It's probably an essential oil diffuser. Example

u/dmoore03 · 1 pointr/ultrawidemasterrace

Its actually a oil diffuser, you can just use water and use the vapor mist, or use oils mixed with water. Or nothing in it at all and just let the lights cycle the RGB specetrum and also just choose one color and keep it solid.

u/throwaway-aa2 · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

OR, buy an oil diffuser on Amazon for 50 dollars.... it's a great addition to a home... who has time to boil water.

edit: my bad, $20.

u/Lt-SwagMcGee · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

Its both. This is the one I have at home.

You can get cheaper ones on Amazon like this one.

As for essential oils, I find that lemongrass, eucalyptus and tea tree oils emulate a Thai massage parlor the best. These are the ones that I use. You only to add 2-5 drops each time so a small bottle can last you a really long time.

u/tanglisha · 1 pointr/technology

Something about guaranteeing purity.

I got tricked into a presentation on one of these scams, which was advertised as a stress lowering class. They started by talking about how the essential oils had changed their lives, of course. One of the ways was that they'd started this business! They talked about how important it is that the oils are organic and can guarantee purity.

Each seat had a diffuser (looks like a little glowy humidifier) at it shooting out scents that didn't clash within the rest of room. It smelled really nice.

They had us fill out a personality test, then told us which oils would benefit us most depending on the results. They then asked the group for any issues stressing them out. For each one, one of the presenters would pause thoughtfully while the other told a story. At the end of the story, a treatment was given.

I was told to use lavender. I explained that I despise the smell of lavender. I got a story about how one of the presenters hated some kind of piney essential oil, but needed it. So, she put a drop on the sole of her foot every day for two weeks. At the end, she was so much better!

They didn't discuss carrier oils or the danger of applying most essential oils directly to skin. No mention at all of ingesting them or warnings not to.

They wanted $250 for a starter kit, another $100 for a diffuser, and would throw in a few hours of consultation and a month's access to some kind of web forum if you bought all that. People ran to them demanding that they take their money.

I looked up the brand of essential oil afterwards. I don't remember it now and couldn't find their exact set, but those six oils shouldn't cost that much. I ended up spending $16 on a six pack from Amazon. It included some I'd enjoyed like orange oil and ylang ylang and wanted to sniff once in a while.

Those diffusers looked like this one. They were probably some other brand, but I don't imagine there's much difference.

My parents were involved with Amway when I was a kid, so I'm pretty good at spotting pyramid schemes. This was definitely a pyramid scheme.