The moisture from a high quality humidifier hydrates skin and makes you look vibrant.
Protect Your Throat
Maintaining the optimal levels of humidity in your home can help lubricate and soothe your throat. Which in turn, helps minimize the dryness that can lead to inflammation in your windpipe and voice box.
Soothe Your Sinuses
Dry air may cause mucus to become dry and thick, which can result in clogged nasal passages. In turn, this may lead to a stuffy nose, sore throat, and sinus pain. Humidifiers may help by adding moisture to the area, which might help break up phlegm in your nose and chest.
Stop Spread of Germs
Researchers found that when the amount of absolute humidity in the air was too low, the flu virus was able to survive longer and be spread easier amongst everyone. By using a humidifier in your home during flu season, you are more likely to create an environment that is less favorable for influenza to survive, thus decreasing your chances of catching it.
Our humidifier add enough moisture into the air, help alleviate your sinuses and keep you resting all night. Don't let snoring ruin your good night's sleep!
Help Warm Your Home
Having a humidifier running in the winter will help keep temperatures at a comfortable level, without putting extra strain on your heater.
When the air is too dry, it can cause also issues for the plants, including leaf loss, dry leaf tips and stunted growth. Using a humidifier gives your indoor garden a better chance of thriving.
Protect Furniture & Floors
If you have the optimal levels of humidity in your home, you also protect the suppleness and integrity of your wood furnishings.