Is this an e-cigarette?
NO, Try Melo Air does not include any NICOTINE or other medications.
Try Melo Air diffusers are personal aromatherapy diffusers that generate scented mist and contain melatonin and essential oils to deliver all the benefits of aromatherapy. They are intended for adults who wish to improve their self-care.
Although Try Melo Air diffusers resemble e-cigarettes in appearance, they are not e-cigarettes.
E-cigarettes are electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS). No nicotine is present in Try Melo Air diffusers. In actuality, none of the Try Melo Air diffusers include nicotine, tobacco, Vitamin E acetate, THC, CBD, or any other banned substances. Users do not inhale.
Multiple characteristics distinguish the Try Melo Air diffusers from e-cigarettes, including:
- The purpose of Try Melo Air diffusers is to deliver a simple and convenient aromatherapy experience.
- Instead of controlled substances, Try Melo Air diffusers are filled with melatonin and essential oils.
- The temperature of Try Melo Air diffusers is kept as low as possible on purpose in order to preserve the melatonin and essential oils.
Users of Try Melo Air diffusers do not inhale. Why? It is more efficient that way!
Is there an age restriction?
Although none of our products have legally mandated age limitations, our firm policy requires all customers to be 18 or older. Try Melo Air diffusers contain ZERO illegal substances or drugs. Try Melo Air diffusers are not meant for use by those under 18 years of age.
WE DO NOT ALLOW MINORS TO USE OUR WEBSITE OR PRODUCTS.
How to use my diffuser?
Unbox diffuser and remove protective caps. Open your silicone MeloTip and place it on the bottom-side of the diffuser. Squeeze MeloTip to pump aromatherapy mist out of the other end. For additional guidance please see here.
How long does it last?
Each diffuser is constructed to withstand the use of roughly one month (30 days). Users are permitted to operate the diffuser up to seven times per day. Usage life may vary.
How can I tell if it has run out?
When the mist stops coming out, you'll know that the diffuser is empty.