The diffuser has been built by the French company Aroma Therapeutics to make aromatherapy easier.
A French company has come up with the world’s first WiFi enabled diffuser. The diffuser will be unveiled at the 2016 CSE show. The company is called Aroma Therapeutics and the diffuser has been named as AromaCare.
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The diffuser has been designed to make the entire concept and application of aromatherapy easier. The diffuser will also make aromatherapy more accessible than ever before. The diffuser AromaCare will easily be controlled through Wi-Fi signals.
The 2016 CES show will take place in Las Vegas at the Sands Expo Center. AromaCare will be displayed at the Eureka Park Marketplace in Hall G.
AromaCare will also be launched on Kickstarter following the CES debut. The Kickstarter program has a goal of reaching $75,000. The goal at Kickstarter has to be reached before February 2016.
Laurent Moy is the president of Aroma Therapeutics. According to Moy, alternative medical approaches can be considered complicated by inexperienced users. One such approach is aromatherapy which may seem difficult initially.
Amateurs to aromatherapy never know which blends of oils to use and how long to use them. AromaCare has been especially designed to make aromatherapy relatively simple and cost efficient.
“Personal health is a worldwide issue and alternative medical approaches such as aromatherapy can sometimes be considered unduly complicated to inexperienced users,” Laurent Moy, president of the Aix-en-Provence-based company, said in a statement. “Users never really seem to know which oils to use; which blends cure what ailments; or how long to use them?
“Fortunately, AromaCare provides the answers to those questions by making the process of using aromatherapy incredibly easy and amazingly cost efficient,” she said.
Aroma Therapeutics has crafted six different blends in AromaCare. The blends treat six different personal conditions. The conditions are encompassing sleep, calm, tonic, memory, breath, and allergy.
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Currently AromaCare is undergoing final testing before the product is ready for the market. The market ready prototype will be available at the CES 2016 for consumers.