I’ve tried a good number of essential oil diffusers, and I’m particularly excited for this one invented by the company behind AirDoctor and AquaTru. AromaTru is not just another essential oil diffuser like the ones that already exist on the market. While there ARE high tech diffusers that don’t require water, AromaTru takes it a step further by also not requiring dropping essential oils every time you use it. With a basic essential oil diffuser, you have to add water then drop in your essential oils, each and every time. Not to mention you have to clean the container as often as possible. Launched in October 2022, AromaTru is the most hassle free aromatherapy diffuser I’ve tried. I’m sharing my experience using the AromaTru Smart Diffuser.
What I love is that everything can be done with the touch of a button. No water, no cleaning, no refilling, no nothing is required once you set it up.
One thing to note is that this is not a cheap diffuser and costs nearly $200. If this is something you really want, AromaTru is currently having a launch promo so you can get it at $140.
What’s amazing about this machine is that you insert the essential oil bottles and the machine diffuses directly from the bottle. So there’s no having to change, measure, open, close or deal with the essential oil part until the bottle is all used up.
AromaTru can work with any company’s essential oil bottles so you do not need to use only AromaTru’s. The only thing is that if you’re using their WiFi enabled machine and app then the machine won’t know what essential oils are being used as the AromaTru ones have a special barcode that the machine can automatically scan.
This chart breaks down the difference between a regular $30 essential diffuser and AromaTru’s invention.
AromaTru offers two options: one that’s WiFi enabled and one that’s not. The WiFi one is slightly more expensive. I think if you want to be 100% hands free, not have to push ANY buttons on the machine and like the idea of controlling the machine from your phone using their app, then the WiFi one is worth it. If you don’t mind using the diffuser manually then the non WiFi enabled version is fine.