How to Use Your Young Living Diffuser

Each Diffuser is Different

But they all have one thing in common! They need water – and oils : )
Each diffuser takes a different kind of water, so start there and always be conscious of the fill line, intake points, fan and keeping it clean

Desert Mist

The Desert Mist diffuser takes purified or distilled water
Fill to the fill line, add oils and replace the top and out casing
Power button controls mist levels (full, light, 30 seconds on/off)
Light button controls color of light and on/off

Dewdrop

The Dewdrop diffuser takes tap water
Remove outer and inner cone to fill
Add oils and replace both tops
One click turns it on, click and hold to turn off light

Rainstone

The rainstone uses room-temperature tap or mineral water
Use included pouring spout to fill
Comes with a remote and a variety of settings
Diffuses for 2, 3, 6 or 8 hours

Aria 

The Aria diffuser uses distilled or filtered water
Remove glass dome to fill with water and add oils
Use remote to choose settings, music and color
Diffuses for 1, 2 or 3 hours

Each Diffuser is Different

But they all have one thing in common! They need water – and oils : )
Each diffuser takes a different kind of water, so start there and always be conscious of the fill line, intake points, fan and keeping it clean

Home

The Home diffuser takes purified or distilled water
Fill to the fill line, add oils and replace the top
One click turns it on, click and hold to turn light off
Second click uses 30sec on 30sec off mode

Dewdrop

The Dewdrop diffuser takes tap water
Remove outer and inner cone to fill
Add oils and replace both tops
One click turns it on, click and hold to turn off light

Rainstone

The rainstone uses room-temperature tap or mineral water
Use included pouring spout to fill
Comes with a remote and a variety of settings
Diffuses for 2, 3, 6 or 8 hours

Aria 

The Aria diffuser uses distilled or filtered water
Remove glass dome to fill with water and add oils
Use remote to choose settings, music and color
Diffuses for 1, 2 or 3 hours

Tips and Tricks!

…in case your diffuser isn’t working as well as you want it to,
is acting funny or
needs a little sprucing up!

Read below to keep your diffuser
working in tip-top shape 

Keep it clean!

There is an ultra-sonic plate {the silver circle at the bottom-inside of the diffuser} in each one and you want to keep that clean! Use the cleaning tool it came with, a soft {clean} cloth or tissue on a chopstick to gently clean it off between uses or as needed. You can also use white vinegar or diluted Thieves Cleaner!

Don’t Over Fill

Be conscious of the level of water you’re adding to your diffuser – if you use too much it may not turn on {or flash on/off immediately} or could even spill into sensitive parts of the diffuser. Make sure you’re also using the correct kind of water for your diffuser.  Consult the text above or your information packet for proper water use and type.
Each diffuser has either a fill line, mark or red dot to indicate maximum water level.

Proper fan clearance

Each diffuser uses a fan to propel air in the device in order to diffuse your oils – make sure the fan/intake is not blocked.  By placing your diffuser on a solid surface, you can help ensure proper air flow!  If your diffuser is not working effectively, make sure it is not on carpet, a rug or that the vent on the underside of the diffuser isn’t clogged with dust.

Keep it clean!

There is an ultra-sonic plate {the silver circle at the bottom-inside of the diffuser} in each one and you want to keep that clean! Use the cleaning tool it came with, a soft {clean} cloth or tissue on a chopstick to gently clean it off between uses or as needed. You can also use white vinegar or diluted Thieves Cleaner!

Don’t Over Fill

Be conscious of the level of water you’re adding to your diffuser – if you use too much it may not turn on {or flash on/off immediately} or could even spill into sensitive parts of the diffuser. Make sure you’re also using the correct kind of water for your diffuser.  Consult the text above or your information packet for proper water use and type.
Each diffuser has either a fill line, mark or red dot to indicate maximum water level.

Proper fan clearance

Each diffuser uses a fan to propel air in the device in order to diffuse your oils – make sure the fan/intake is not blocked.  By placing your diffuser on a solid surface, you can help ensure proper air flow!  If your diffuser is not working effectively, make sure it is not on carpet, a rug or that the vent on the underside of the diffuser isn’t clogged with dust.