Dry air is a part of winter. But when it consumes your home, it can cause or aggravate respiratory problems, dry out nasal passages and make you more susceptible to colds and flu. These products will help you cope with dry air in winter.
Aroma Globe Air Washer
- The Aroma Globe is a top-selling Air Washer and Room Revitalizer Aromatizer that freshens stale, stagnant spaces.
- The Aroma Globe uses a motorized rotating stem to stir water to add humidity and bright scents into the air.
- As it draws stale, dirty air in, the included scented oils trap and clean contaminates, releasing fresh, humid, scented air back out.
- The soothing ambiance of the moving water and colored LED lights create a restful environment at night. The Aroma Globe doubles as a white noise machine.
- 7-inch tall table-top plug-in device has an easy-to-clean plastic base and includes 3 bottles of antibacterial scented aroma oil. Treats 700 square feet.
Cool Mist Personal Mini Humidifier
This inexpensive and simple device is easy to take from your home to the car to the office as you try to ward off dry air in winter. It converts a standard-size individual water bottle into a moisture-producing water tank using PureMist ultrasonic technology to project humidified air quickly and quietly. It’s compact, lightweight and cordless!
Warm and Cool Mist Humidifier
Increase humidity levels 25 percent quicker than devices that use only cool mist with this warm and cool mist ultrasonic humidifier. With this humidifier’s warm mist setting, the internal water can be heated to a temperature that will kill most bacteria in the water. And this humidifier reads the exact value of the humidity level in the air to provide the proper amount of moisture for your environment. There is also a separate aroma box into which you can add essential oils.
Dyson AM10 Humidifier
Dyson gets it right when it comes to providing you the best products for boosting the air quality in your home. This humidifier kills 99.9 percent of bacteria in the water with patented Ultraviolet Cleanse technology that exposes each drop of water to UVC light. With a simple press of a button, you can measure temperature and moisture in the air to help maintain a healthy environment. This humidifier delivers bacteria-free mist to hydrate the air in winter, and can even serve as a fan in the summer.
Aromatherapy Humidifier Bulb
This small but effective humidifier is also an essential oil diffuser and a night light! When filled with water, it operates for up to six hours and automatically shuts off when the water runs out. It is powered by a USB charging cable, which is included.
Whole House Evaporative Humidifier
This relatively inexpensive unit has a maximum run time of 70 hours and a capacity of six gallons. Great for providing moisture to the whole home, the device automatically shuts off when the desired humidity level has been reached, or when the water tank is empty.
Cast Iron Woodstove Steamer
This cast iron steamer can help humidify a wood-heated home, which can be very dry. A stovetop steamer is ideal for easily and effectively adding much-needed moisture to the indoor environment. Need lots of firewood for the winter?
Humidifier and Air Purifier In One
This pricey but almighty option for dealing with dry air in winter is a two-in-one hybrid device. It can operate as a humidifier and/or air purifier. The addition of the hybrid filter (HEPA and active carbon) results in excellent air purification. The device is known for its high humidification output—up to 6.34 gallons per day. Additional features include filter and water change reminders, a fragrance tray to scent the room with your favorite essential oil, remote control and more.
Did you know that indoor fountains are natural humidifiers? They’re a relaxing, attractive addition to your home no matter the time of year, and in winter they provide an extra source of humidity. You can go big or small. Put an indoor fountain on a wall, on the floor or even on a tabletop.