Thursday, February 11, 2016

Green Air Serene Living Amber Glass review

New GreenAir sent me this beautiful Serene living Glass egg diffuser. I have a few different styles in my house and this thing is becoming my new favorite along with the glass ball. Each style has its own features that I love.

The Serene living in amber measures about 4.5" x 4.5" x 8" and weighs 2 pounds. The Glass egg sits upon a wooden base adding to its earthy look and letting the egg be the centerpiece.

Here is the unboxing video

Serene Living Amber diffuser uses Ultrasonic Technology which does not heat or damage crucial oil properties, which allows you to enjoy all the benefits of aromatherapy. The essential oils are dispersed in an ultrafine vapor. This helps suspend them in the air for longer periods of time and better inhalation. The selections for power are on/off, 1 & 2 hour timers, and a 3 stage nightlight/dim feature. We typically turn the light completely off on our Greenair diffusers for night time, while Little crazy life keeps her son white or blue.

One of the features of the New GreenAir Serene Living Mister is a 400ml reservoir, which allows up to 7 hours of essential oil diffusing. This is important as we use these in our rooms at night to allow for noise to help Mr sleep at night.

This is a look at the inside. This one differs a bit from the other models as it has a tube for the steam to reach the top of the egg.

We use about 3-5 drops of essential oils to the reservoir depending on the strength of the oil. Some of our favorites right now are lavender mint, orange clove, and lemongrass.

Like any hand-blown glass the fit may not be exact, but the beauty of the egg far surpasses the need for a perfect fit. There is a rubber ring that sits on the base to protect the glass cover. There is a slight bubbling sound that helps lull you to sleep. Like all the other New GreenAir diffusers these turn off when there is no more water. Be sure to pay attention to the fill mark within the base so the water doesn’t pool up on the surface under the diffuser.

This is absolutely beautiful. The more I look at it the more I love it.

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