Monq reviews can be hard to find. It’s a new personal and portable aromatherapy diffuser that people are just starting to learn about. It may look like bright plastic cigarettes and is filled with a blend of essential oils, vegetable glycerin, and water. Inside is a warming component that’s initiated by suction—when someone inhales, the compound is burned and a white haze of aromatherapy vapor appears.
The vapor may look like smoke at first sight, but its structure is mostly water, and the components are comparable to those found in mood-setting fumes found at haunted houses, performances, and sporting events.
Youtube reviews for diffuser sticks are primarily positive. Consumers show that they can help fight stress and panic attacks, aid with smoking discontinuance, stave off menstrual pains, and make for a great option for a smoke or coffee break when you just need a quick getaway from the hectic bustle of everyday life. But are they safe?
We’ve collected some of the most viewed Monq reviews from our favorite Healthy Huemans to help you decide.