Keep the bitter weather at bay with a humidifier

(lifestyle)
Updated: 2006-12-15 14:46

In winter, there are many problems to deal with. First is the bitter cold. Luckily there are heaters and air conditioners to keep us warm. But those heaters dry out the air, causing a whole new set of problems. Are there dry lines and peeling on your skin? Do you often catch cold or have a sore throat or stuffed nose? If this sounds like you, it means the bitter weather has already intruded in your life. The answer to your problems just might be a humidifier, which easily keeps the dry and unhealthy weather at bay.

Keep the bitter weather at bay with a humidifierThe common humidifiers

What to use

Yadu Apple E341

With its bright colors and unique design, this product is popular among women, as its soft mist beautifies and moisturizes skin. Give yourself a facial spa at home.

Yadu D302A

This model is so quiet you can use it when you sleep. It automatically adjusts the humidity and temperature.

How to use it:

1. Add some mint oil to the water tank of the humidifier to relieve a stuffy nose..
2. Take deep breaths right in front of the mist from the humidifier. It can help stuffy noses and sore throats.
3. Put some anti-virus liquid medicine or some drops of edible vinegar in to the water to help prevent the flu.

Where to use:

In the bedroom or office

Some special humidifiers

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