Zest Lady Aroma Pendants(tm) Introduces a New Aromatherapy Pendant Design

Berkeley Sprngs, WV (PressExposure) April 03, 2007 -- Peggy Carey, long time Aromatherapy/Wellness Coach also known as the Zest Lady for her life enrichment advice, experienced a lot of frustration with the essential oil necklaces on the market that were difficult to open, leaked on clothing, or didn't hold the scent and needed to be refreshed often. The biggest challenge was having to remove the stopper to be able to take a "whiff" of the essential oil. Her primary objective was to have a pendant that was a hands-free aromatherapy-on-the-go personal diffuser that was attractive and could be personalized with the emblem or design of her choice.

Her creation, the Whiffer(tm) accomplished all of this and more. Each diffuser pendant is hand turned from beautifully grained domestic or exotic hardwood with 12 strategically placed diffuser vents in the chamber to create a vaporizing action that releases the oil molecules from the cotton wick. The other unique and convenient feature is a threaded screw cap that makes changing or refreshing the wick quick and easy.

Experts report that the body's response time to the inhalation of essential oils can be as quick as one to three seconds. This is one of the reasons many people prefer this method of oil application. Therapeutic grade oils may inhibit the growth and reproduction of airborne pathogens which can dramatically reduce the wearer's exposure to colds or flu. They are also known to help reduce stress and increase mental clarity. Be surrounded by a cloud of aromatic goodness with this beautiful accessory that is taking the aromatherapy world by storm. For more information about the Whiffer(tm) and the benefits of therapeutic grade essential oils, go to http://www.zestladyaromapendants.com.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 02, 2007 at 1:26 pm
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