Adding humidity into the air in your home or office can improve allergies, reduce dust and make skin less dry due to the increased moisture in the air. If you do not own a humidifier, or only need to add moisture to a small space, you can use a basic facial steamer to add just the right about of moisture to the area.
Things You'll Need
- Facial steamer
- Essential oils
Fill the facial steamer halfway full with water.
Add a few drops of essential oil into the water if you would like to add an aroma into the room.
Plug the facial steamer into an outlet in the room that you would like to humidify.
Place the facial steamer onto a flat surface, and turn it on.
Leave the steamer running for up to 30 minutes to add humidity to your home or office.
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