I don’t know about the rest of you, but when sickness hits your household it really hits hard. Depending on how many are in your family it can seem to last indefinitely. This year’s cold and flu season has seemed especially bad. Thankfully we haven’t been hit with it quite as hard as many, but we’ve still had the sniffles here and there. With us illness usually leads to lots of congestion and difficulty sleeping. I’ve always relied on humidifiers during these times to help my kids sleep, and me as well. We’ve always had the traditional inexpensive warm air humidifiers you can get at any drug store. While those work alright I’ve always wanted a cool air humidifier as well, but have never purchased a second one. My family lives in a very dry climate and many of my friends frequently use cool air humidifiers throughout the year to help their children rest well during those drier months by keeping a humidity balance in their bedrooms. This year though when the cold season finally hit our house we’ve been able to use our new Luma Comfort Cool & Warm Mist Humidifier.
Sometimes it can be hard to choose what type of humidifier to use, warm or cool mist? I’ve read that cool mist humidifiers are best for newborns because warm air can be more difficult to breathe. The cool mist humidifiers are also especially helpful in relieving allergy symptoms. When it comes to the cold and flu though, the warm air can ease the congestion and stuffiness giving much needed relief and rest. What I love about this humidifier is you have the option of both in one compact machine. Now I can chose which best suits the needs of my family without having to store two separate machines.
According to the Luma Comfort website this small humidifier can operate up to 40 hours on one tank of water and cover 538 square feet, making it usable in different rooms of the house. I haven’t tested it a full 40 hours, but have not had to refill it yet. I’ve used it in my son’s bedroom and after just a few minutes you can tell the humidifier is working and filling the room with soothing warm air mist. This model is extremely easy to use. Just follow the picture diagrams and written instructions for filling the tank and then plug it in. That simple! The digital buttons show how high or low you want the vapor and whether you want it cool or warm.
The preset mode is cool, but push the button and within 5 minutes the water in the tank is heated and humidifier working great. What I love most about the Luma Comfort humidifier is how quiet it is and that it isn’t running nonstop. It gauges the humidity level to your preset choice and runs accordingly.
This humidifier is better than any I’ve tried in the past and we’ve gone through several in my home over the years. It’s lightweight design and small size make it fit where you want it and still get effective coverage throughout the room. And not that it matters THAT much, but it looks a lot nicer than the typical humidifier 🙂 I also like to have things that make my life easier, but not take over my space trying to figure out what to do with them when they aren’t in use. I don’t have a lot of room for extra “stuff” in my home, so having one item fill two roles is a huge bonus for me. This cool & warm air humidifier works great and doesn’t take up extra space. For me I couldn’t ask for much more than that. It’s definitely worth your time to consider Luma Comfort when looking for a humidifier.
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Rebecca received the above mentioned product for review purposes. Regardless, all opinions are her own.
Rebecca is a stay at home mom of three, and married to a wonderful husband. She was an elementary school teacher before staying home after her first child was born, and now is excited to have transitioned to her newest teaching assignment as she homeschools her children. She is actively involved in her church, and enjoys spending time with her family and friends there. Drinking coffee, baking, and trying out new recipes also help to occupy her time.