The Kharis Aroma Diffuser embodies grace and beauty with style and elegance. Blending perfectly with any decor, the Kharis aroma diffuser offers a colour changing mood lighting which helps you to relax. This elegant diffuser will scent your room by dispersing the fragrance of your choice..
By placing tap water and a few drops of your favourite Essential or Fragrance oil into the diffuser, it will, with the press of a button, instantly release a heatless, completely safe, fine mist of scented vapour into the atmosphere to stimulate your senses and enable you to sink into a relaxed world of healing and self-balance. This is believed to be the best way to diffuse any fragrance into the atmosphere, as without direct heat, essential oils are not degraded.
The Kharis offers a range of functions which make it versatile for any setting. The stunning colour changing mood light goes through a range of shades and the light can be paused on your preferred colour so you can delight in the steady glow that emits into your home. To fully immerse you into calm and tranquillity, the light and mist can be used at the same time. For night time, you can also use without the light, to send you into a gentle aroma enriched slumber.
The mood light can also be used without the mist, making the Kharis a decorative mood lamp or ideal night light. It also boasts intermittent misting mode, ideal for using stronger scents or where extended use is required.
The Kharis automatically shuts off when the water falls below a certain level, effecting complete safety and ideal for use around children or pets.
Specifications for Kharis Ultrasonic Aroma Diffuser:
Product size: 91mm x 256mmMains operated
Water capacity: 80 ml
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May Chang Essential Oil (10ml) by Star Child can be used to clear painful obstructions from the digestive system and ease nausea and indigestion. In aromatherapy skin care it is used for oily skin and inflammatory conditions such as acne. It tones the skin and helps with cellulites. It can also be used to treat lower back pain. It is a wonderful oil to lift the spirit and clear dark clouds of depression, anxiety and fear. MAY CHANG Litsea cubeba Planet: Mercury History & Mythology Due to the appearance of its little peppercorn like seeds May Chang is also known as 'Mountain Pepper'. It is actually a relative of Cinnamon and other fragrant members of the Laurel family. But unlike Cinnamon, its scent is fresh, sweet and lemony, almost like Lemon Verbena. In Chinese medicine, its leaves, bark and flowers have long been employed for various conditions. But using the essential oil, which is distilled form the seeds, for its medicinal purposes, is a relatively new trend. Previously its use, although widespread, was limited to scenting household cleaning products, soaps and various cosmetics. In recent years it has become popular with aromatherapists who like its sweet lemony fragrance, which is similar to Lemon Verbena but a little softer. It is even sometimes called 'Chinese' or 'Exotic' Verbena, but that name is confusing since the two plants belong to completely different families. Magical use: May Chang has a pubescent energy and can be used to connect with the spirit of rejuvenation. The secret of eternal youth has been the quest of the philosopher's stone - so far no certain remedy has been found. Yet, letting go of worries and fears and not taking things too seriously may be a secret approach to keeping the spirit young. May Chang can be used for spring festivals and rituals of renewal. Scent: A fruity, intensely sweet, lemony scent. Blends well with Vetivert, Palmarosa, Orange, and other citrus oils, Neroli and Frankincense. ..
Lemongrass Organic Essential Oil by Star Child is best known for its efficiency to repel insects such as mosquitoes and fleas. However there is more to this oil than 'bugs-be-gone'. It is very refreshing as a footbath for tired feet and checks excessive perspiration. It is wonderfully cooling in feverish conditions. It awakens the senses and clears headaches and mental congestion. In Aromatherapy skin care it can be used to tone and tighten the skin, especially where open pores call for an astringent. Use with caution; people with sensitive skin may experience skin reactions. LEMONGRASS Cymbopogon citratus Planet: Sun History & Mythology Until the advent of Asian cuisines expanded our epicurean horizons Lemongrass used to be wholly unknown in the West. Now we are used to finding it in our Thai curries and appreciate its delicate lemony flavour. In Asia it has long been appreciated, not just as a spice, but also as medicine, to treat feverish conditions and to keep bugs at bay. Lemongrass lends its scent to scores of washing up liquids and other household cleaning agents, though we are usually led to believe that their citrus scent derives from actual lemons. Our noses are fooled by the citrols, the lemony fragrance component common to both. Other parts of the world find more romantic uses for Lemongrass: in the Caribbean an aphrodisiac elixir is prepared with Lemongrass as its main component that is supposed to stimulate a dormant sexual drive in both men and women. In Central Africa it is likewise used as an aphrodisiac and has also been used it in divinatory practice. Magical use: Lemongrass oil can be used for purification of ritual tools. It can be added to cleansing water to purify a magical or ceremonial space. It is a good oil for meditation as it clears the mind, opens psychic channels and aids concentration. It can be used in divination and scrying practices. Lemongrass is a cheerful, light hearted oil that serves as a reminder to keep things in perspective and not take them too seriously. It energizes any ritual with a gentle lift rather than a punch. It can be used to get in touch with the inner child. As a stimulating aphrodisiac it can be included in love potions and philtres. Scent: The name sums up the scent - it's a grassy lemon-type scent with hints of vanilla. Blends well with Pine, Eucalyptus, Juniper, Geranium, Lavender, Lime, Cinnamon and Aniseed. ..
ROSE ABSOLUTE (1ml product is diluted: 1:9ml Light coconut oil). Rosa centifolia Planet: Venus History and Mythology No other flower has inspired as much poetry, lyrics, love or longing, and no other flower expresses them better. Rose worship flourished 5000 years ago and it never much let up. Her scent is a feminine fragrance par excellence, sensual and erotic, yet assertive. If one reads the old herbals one might think that a whole system of medicine could be devised entirely based on the virtues of Roses: Rose tea, rose water, rose oil, rose wine, rose pomander, rose pastills,… the list goes on. Rose oil has always been a favourite, though expensive cosmetics item, and rosewater, a by-product of essential oil production, is equally cherished. Since 'still rooms' have become a thing of the past, such luxurious, yet simple natural treats have sunk into oblivion, making way for the advance of chemical replacements. Yet, even the cosmetics industry cannot do without roses. Although chemists have tried to manufacture an 'aroma-identical' synthetic rose oil, no-one has yet managed to reproduce the real thing. Thus huge quantities of roses are still grown solely for essential oil production, most of which is consumed by the perfume and cosmetics industry. Unfortunately, as with all expensive oils, Rose oil is frequently subject to adulteration. Cheaper essential oils or even perfume oils are often used to stretch the product and the profit margin. In mythology, Roses are sacred to Venus and depending on the eye of the observer, signify love, beauty, purity and innocence or passion and eroticism. Rose has the ability to somehow merge all these paradoxical aspects of femininity into its simple yet complex nature. Her many silken petals are like the veils that shroud the female mysteries. Magical Use: Rose are synonymous with love and sacred to Venus/Aphrodite. The oil can be used in all rites of love, for love spells or for amulets to attract a lover. It can also be used to heal a broken heart and overcome disappointment. Venus/Aphrodite, Goddess of Love, presides over all matters of the heart, and the Rose, as her most sacred herb, acts as her messenger. Rose oil is ideal for getting in touch with the source of feminine power within and serves well at all stages of initiation into the female mysteries. It may also be used in fertility rites and to call or welcome new souls into our world. Rose may be used to study the higher levels of alchymical mysteries and to manifest abundance. Scent: An almost balsamic, sweet, floral, spicy and warm scent. Blends well with Jasmine, Cinnamon, Mimosa, Neroli, Geranium, Bergamot, Lavender, Clary Sage, Patchouli, Benzoin, Palmarosa and Amyris Aromatherapy: Rose is extensively used in perfumery and cosmetics. For aromatherapy skin care it is particularly helpful for dry and tired skin. Rose has cell rejuvenating powers, making it ideal for aged skin and wrinkles. Recently Rosehip seed oil has also become popular as a healing oil. The two together in a cosmetic base could work magic. But Rose oil does not just go skin deep, it treats the whole person. Beauty comes from within, and Rose is perhaps the best oil to let oneself FEEL beautiful. It also acts on a number of feminine complaints, most notably PMT symptoms, irregular menstrual cycle and infertility. Caution: Not recommended during first 4 months of pregnancy. CARE FOR YOUR ESSENTIAL OILS: Essential oils are highly volatile substances that easily deteriorate or simply "fly off" if not stored correctly. Keep essential oils tightly closed and store them away from any sources of heat, in a cool, dark place. A NOTE ON ABSOLUTES from Starchild The prices for absolutes may seem high, but in fact merely reflect the vast amount of flowers needed to produce even a small amount of oil. True absolutes have unique and special fragrances which cannot be imitated synthetically. To keep these precious oils affordable and waste to a minimum we dilute pure absolutes to a 10% strength, ie. 1ml absolute to 9ml of light coconut carrier oil, quantities of 5ml and 10ml are supplied undiluted. ..
GERANIUM Pelargonium graveolens Planet: Venus History & Mythology There are about 700 species of Geraniums, many of which have become very popular as decorative, scented house and garden plants. Only about 10 of all those varieties are used for essential oil production. In Africa, Geraniums are often planted around the house for protection, particularly against snakes. According to legend, the prophet Muhammad imbued the Geranium with its lovely scent, when one day he passed by a humble weed on his way down from the mountain. He took a moment to rest and hung his sweaty shirt on the herb. The Geranium held it up to the sun until it was dry, which pleased the prophet so much that he covered it in beautifully scented flowers. Geranium oil has become one of the most widely used oils in Aromatherapy; its overall effect is described as 'balancing'. Magical use: Geranium essential oil can be used for chakra balancing, to restore the equilibrium between male and female energies. It dispels the demons of doom and gloom and can help to overcome apprehension. It is used in dream work and astral travel. Geranium helps the mind to focus and centre at times when it is overwhelmed with pressure and the sense of 'too much on my mind'. Geranium helps switching gears so one can take a moment to appreciate and smell the flowers on the way. Scent: A spicy rose-like flowery aroma. Blends well with Lavender, Patchouli, Clove, Rose, Jasmine, Juniper, Neroli, Bergamot and Orange. Aromatherapy: Geranium acts as a balancing oil and is both relaxing and stimulating. It is particularly recommended for women's problems, PMT and menopausal symptoms. Geranium can be used as an anti-depressant. It may help in cases of insecurity and gloominess. In aromatherapy skin care products it can be included in blends for mature skin and in cleansing lotions for congested skin conditions such as acne and dry eczema. It is said to be useful for cellulites and water retention. It can be used to treat chilblains. Geranium is insect repellent and is effective against lice. QUALITY AND PURITY Star Child only supply the finest quality essential oils certified for Aromatherapy use. This assures that during the process of extraction, handling and bottling their oils receive all possible care and attention, and that the highest quality and purity is maintained throughout the preparation process. SAFETY ** ** Pure essential oils are highly concentrated substances that should always be treated with due respect. Organic oils naturally are the purest oils available. ** Familiarize yourself thoroughly with the properties and uses of each individual oil you intend to use and take note of all cautions. ** Never take essential oils internally! * ** Do not apply essential oils neat (undiluted) to the skin. The recommended Aromatherapy standard dilution is 1 - 3%, though certain oils may be used in higher or lower dilutions. Consider each case individually. ** Always adhere to recommended safety standards and recommended dilution ratios. ** If you have sensitive skin or are prone to allergies test oil blends on a small area of the inner arm prior to general use. ** Keep oils out of reach of children and pets. ** Never allow essential oils to enter the eyes. ** If you are pregnant, consult a qualified aromatherapist for suitability and safety of specific oils. Many oils should not be used during pregnancy, some only need to be avoided for the first 3 - 4 months, others may be helpful during labour, but may pose a risk during the months before. ** If you suffer from serious medical conditions such as (but not exclusively) high blood pressure, cancer, thrombosis, varicose veins or epilepsy, consult a qualified aromatherapist for professional advice on recommended oils and dosages. ** We support the notion of people taking responsibility for their own well being. However, if symptoms persist or re-occur or you are suffering from a serious medical condition, or if you are presently taking prescription drugs, we recommend that you consult a qualified doctor or practitioner before attempting to help yourself. Look for a practitioner/doctor who you can trust and who is prepared to work with you in exploring natural health alternatives. *...unless you know better. CARE FOR YOUR ESSENTIAL OILS: Essential oils are highly volatile substances that easily deteriorate or simply "fly off" if not stored correctly. Keep essential oils tightly closed and store them away from any sources of heat, in a cool, dark place. ..