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Aroma lamp

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Aroma lamp

Various aroma lamps
Aroma lamp with essential oil

Aroma lamps are used to diffuse essential oils in Aromatherapy, Esoterics or just in order to feel good.
There are two different types of aroma lamps:

  • Candle driven lamps use a small candle under a bowl to vaporize a mixture of water and oil.
  • Electrical lamps use a combination of electrical and mechanical principles to vaporize the essence.

Certain plug-in nightlight units made by companies such as Air Wick are used in combination with glass bulbs of scented oil, filling a room with fragrance and light.

See also


  • US patent describing the construction of an aroma lamp
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