Nothing to sniff at
Since Biblical times, aromatics have played a role in health … here and in the hereafter. The Egyptians used essential oils for embalming while leaving sealed containers of fragrances and aromatic resins in Pharaohs' tombs. To be a god in Greek mythology meant having knowledge of perfume and fragrance among your many heavenly powers. Meanwhile, people in ancient Rome, China and India used essential oils for both healing and mood enhancing purposes.
The role of aromatherapy in modern times, in fact the term itself, is credited to early 20th century French chemist Rene-Maurice Gattefosse. After burning himself while at work in a perfume factory, he doused the wound with the first liquid at hand – lavender oil. Impressed by its rapid soothing and healing properties, he began studies and touted its virtues.
How it works
A small pump
A small pump brings air to a receptacle that the user fills with water and a few drops of the chosen essential oil. When activated via the electronic control, the dispenser diffuses in the air the genuine aroma of of the essential oil.
No contact with the water
Unlike most other aromatherapy systems, AromaScents never mixes with water in the bathtub. It also operates independently or with the combination of other therapies.
EASY TO MAINTAIN
The AromaScents dispenser is dishwasher safe. The air pipe leading to it stays water-free though a built-in check valve.