Aroma Diffuser Origin

Do you know the aroma diffuser and the origin of aroma diffuser? There is an old Arab mythology about fragrance lamp, which is called “Aladdin and the magic lamp”, this beautiful fairy tale started with a fantastic subject by free art gimmick and magic unpredictable Oriental colour, vividly depicting the hero poor children Aladdin found a light which can make all wishes come ture when you light on it. And experienced his life fulled with legendary story.origin-of-aroma-diffuser

In fact, a fragrance lamp, also known as a perfume lamp, effusion lamp or catalytic lamp is a lamp that disperses scented alcohol using a heated stone attached to a cotton wick. The catalytic combustion wick was originally developed in the 19th century for use in hospitals and mortuaries.

The fragrance lamp’s process is initiated by lighting the stone burner seated at the mouth of the lamp. After a few minutes the flame is extinguished by blowing it out. But; the heated burner remains active as the flame-less, low-temperature catalytic combustion process; and diffuses the aromatics throughout the room. The lamp does not operate with an open flame, making it much safer to operate than scented candles. Its lower operating temperature also means that, unlike scented candles, the aromatics are diffused very efficiently into the ambient air without being burned.
The origin of Aroma DiffuserThe origin of Aroma Diffuser

With this lamp which can use perfume spreading in Europe, people used to call it fragrance lamp. These days, fragrance lamp is almost same as aroma lamp (aroma diffuser) in our daily life. Both the name and The diffuser way have changed a lot,  such as aromatherapy, machine, aroma diffuser, essential oils diffuser ect.  Have more choices on a variety of style at the same time, then people gradually use aroma diffuser with the essential oil instead of perfume in order to reach the purpose of keeping aroma for a longer time.


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