Nasal Inhalers (Pack of 6)

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Take your oil aromas with you but leave the bottles at home!


Product Description

Take your oil aromas with you but leave the bottles at home! These small, inexpensive inhalers slip easily into your pocket, purse, or travel bag. Ideal for giving with samples of an essential oil or a blended aroma. Optional shrink-wrap sleeves are included.

Contents: 6 plastic nasal inhalers, 6 wicks, and 6 shrink-wrap sleeves.

Diffusion: Evaporative.

Dimensions: 2½" tall x ¾" diameter.


  1. Put 5–15 drops of essential oil on the absorbent wick.
  2. Place the wick in the inhaler.
  3. Insert the base into the bottom of the inhaler and press firmly in place.
  4. Screw the cover on the inhaler for storage.
  5. Optional: Adhere a 2" x 2" label to the cover with the oil or blend name and a note on how to use the inhaler.
  6. Optional: Place the inhaler assembly in a shrink-wrap sleeve and seal it using a heat gun or hair blow-dryer.
  7. To use, remove the shrink-wrap sleeve and then unscrew and remove the cover. Place the hole on top of the inhaler near the nostrils and inhale. Replace the cover when not in use.

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Review by:
This is such a great product, it does exactly what what it is suppose to do. Easy to assemble also. (Posted on 3/14/2018)
Review by:
For my classes, perfect
(Posted on 3/14/2018)
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I like to be able to customize these as I choose. They are easy to assemble and always an economical choice. (Posted on 3/12/2018)
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I get frequent sinusitis, so I use these to help subside or eliminate the pain/discomfort of the unique headache that comes with it. I find that if I use it in the morning and t night, I am fine. However, I forget so I keep it with me. I use a "sinus blend" with Rosemary, Eucalyptus, Melaleuca, and a drop of Frank. Don't drop over 25 drops or it will over saturate the wick. I always seal the very bottom with clear nail polish, just because I am a bit paranoid. Also, I end up placing the sinus blend in a small dram, and then using a pipette to extract it, then drop it through the nasal inhaler holes. I do this to "re-fill" it or to refresh it. This is done also because once you close the nasal inhalers, you are unable to open them up. I usually need to refresh it about once a month. I've also made "perk-up" blends for co-workers, "get-well" blends, and even a depression buster blend. These are great, and I just wish more than six came in a package.
(Posted on 3/7/2018)

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