Ultrasonic Vaporiser – What’s safe for a baby?

Australia’s first cold vaporiser of it’s kind – also acting as an air purifier, ioniser, aromatherapy diffuser and multi-coloured night lamp. So what is Air Purifier & Ioniser? Essentially, tt improves air quality by removing harmful substances that contribute to allergies, stale air and odours.

Safe to use, this unit operates for over 8 hours before automatically switching off. But is safe for your baby?  While a vaporiser works by heating water until it turns into hot steam, this unit is based on the technology of Ultrasonic Cold vaporiser a safe way to to create a cool mist stream.  The moist air they create can loosen congestion and may make the throat feel better.Postcard_Vap_R copy According to the Mayo Clinic:

“For their safety, always use cool-mist humidifiers for children. Hot water or steam from a warm-mist humidifier or steam vaporizer can burn a child if he or she gets too close. In the event of a spill, hot water might also burn.”

“Humidifiers add moisture to the air, which helps ease coughing and congestion due to a cold. Warm-mist and cool-mist humidifiers are equally effective in humidifying the air. Also, by the time the water vapor reaches your child’s lower airways, it’s the same temperature regardless of whether it started out warm or cool.”

3Vaporiser[1]Another benefit of cool-mist humidifiers is cost. Cool-mist humidifiers are less expensive than warm-mist humidifiers because you’re not paying for the heating element. ‘You may also pay less in energy costs’, states Dr. Jay Hoecker, an emeritus member of the Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine and contributor to the Mayo Clinic website.

On another note, one of aesthetics; we have prepared the unit in three colours: blue, white and pink.