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This Cool Mist Humidifier Will Help You Breathe And Help You Sleep

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce

Every house should have a humidifier. Humidifiers are especially crucial as we leave summer and head into the dry months ahead. It will help with your everyday breathing and also assist in your sleeping. In fact, you should get a cool mist humidifier. The vapor it dispensers will not only help your lungs but also your skincare. But which one?

In a one-day-only deal, this cool mist humidifier is nearly 50 percent off. And not only does it dispense valuable cool mist, but it also diffuses essential oils. You’ll find yourself breathing easier immediately.

Normally $70, this cool mist humidifier is 48 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $70, this cool mist humidifier is 48 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

TaoTronics Top Fill Humidifiers Ultrasonic Cool Mist Essential Oil Diffuser Humidifier, Easy to Clean for Home Baby Large Room, 3 Mist Levels, Timer, Waterless Auto Shut Off -(5L/1.32 Gallon, US 110V) on sale for $36.47

 

This humidifier is quite powerful – covering an area of 10-30 square meters, and lasting up to 40 hours on one fill. What are you waiting for?

Another humidifier is also on sale today as well:

Normally $65, this cool mist humidifier is 34 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $65, this cool mist humidifier is 34 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

TaoTronics 2L Top Fill Humidifiers, Ultrasonic Cool Mist Essential Oil Diffuser Humidifier for Home Baby SPA Yoga with 20H Working Time, No Filter, Waterless Auto Shut Off -(2L/0.53 Gallon, US 110V) on sale for $42.74

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

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