- Diffuser 101 -

Using your diffuser in 6 easy steps.

Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

Remove cover (both outer and inner if your diffuser has both).

Add room-temperature water until the level reaches but does not exceed the water fill line. (Always unplug the diffuser when filling or emptying the water reservoir.)

Add 6-8 drops of Young Living essential oil depending on the room size you're diffusing in.

Step 4

Step 5

Step 6

Place lid (both lids if applicable) back onto the unit; align groove on the inner cover to the half circle on the side of the reservoir (may vary depending on model).

Plug in and turn on! 

**Press the Power button to turn the diffuser on (One push = High mode, 2 pushes = Low mode, 3 pushes = Intermittent mode). 

Press the Light button to cycle through the light modes and colors.

Did you know that Young Living diffusers are made with a quality plastic that won't break down over time due to contact with essential oils! They also have a one year warranty!!

  • Always turn off and unplug the diffuser prior to cleaning.

  • To ensure proper performance, clean the ultrasonic plate and lid after each use.

  • If essential oil begins to build up on the ultrasonic plate, gently wipe it off using a cotton swab dipped in rubbing alcohol.

  • If essential oil begins to build up on the lid, gently wipe it off using mild soap and water only.

  • Never use a corrosive detergent to clean the ultrasonic plate or damage will occur.

  • Periodically check under the diffuser to keep the fan intake free of debris.

  • Debris can be removed by blowing on the fan intake opening or wiping with a clean, dry cloth. (Do not use aerosol sprays, solvents, or abrasives to clean the plastic housing.)

  • When not in use, clean the diffuser and store dry. Replacement ultrasonic plates can be purchased from Young Living.

Cleaning Your Diffuser

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