This Year, Give the Gift of Hygienic Humidification

Call me crazy, but I really don’t mind winter. (Shhh…don’t tell my husband!) There is just something so cozy about being snuggled up inside a warm house with a ginormous blizzard raging outside. Plus, snow is so pretty and I love how it covers everything in a shiny, white, pristine blanket.  How can you not love how clean, fresh and quiet everything is after a recent snowfall?


Even I will admit, this may be a bit much, but it is still really, really pretty!

Give me a mug of hot chocolate, warm P.J.s, a roaring fire and a major snowstorm and I am a happy camper! (Well, you know what I mean, not actual camping…that would not be fun…lol)

Okay, okay…I know I’m probably in the minority here, so I will admit one wintertime dislike and that’s DRY AIR!

If you are wondering why the air is drier in the winter months, it’s because as the cold weather moves in, humidity levels naturally drop. That’s because cold air can’t hold as much moisture as warm air.

Plus, our natural protective barriers rely on moisture, so, exposure to dry air can cause many discomforts to you and your family:

  • Eyes, nose, and throat –  The upper part of your respiratory system, including your throat and nose, is lined with moist membranes. These membranes serve to capture dirt, dust, viruses and bacteria before they reach your lungs. When these membranes lose too much moisture their ability to capture these particles becomes compromised.
  • Skin – Dehydration of the outer epidermis can result in dryness, irritation, and itching.
  • Static electricity – Although I wouldn’t technically classify this as a health issue, the little shocks you often receive and static cling on your clothing and bedding is super annoying.

So, the question is, how can we safely restore humidity to our indoor environment?

In an earlier post, I relayed the story of how, when I was little, a square, metal, water-filled cake pan sat on our stove all winter long. When the water got a little low, we would just add more water. Although it probably helped a bit with the humidity, it is no wonder we were always sick. Can you imagine all the bacteria and mold growing in there? YUCK!

Well, thankfully today, we know better and can easily enjoy hygienic humidification. In fact, if like me, you still have loads of holiday shopping to do, then put a Dyson Humidifier at the top of your “must buy” list.

I can’t think of anyone who wouldn’t be thrilled to find a Dyson Humidifier under their tree!

In an effort to make our home as healthy as possible, we recently started using a Dyson humidifier.

  • Unlike some, the Dyson humidifier kills 99.9% of bacteria in the water with Ultraviolet cleanse technology, exposing every drop of water to a UVC light. It then projects the clean, hydrated air around the room evenly and quietly for hygienic humidification.
  • Features of all Dyson Humidifiers:
    • Asthma & Allergy Certified – Certified asthma & allergy friendly™ by the Asthma Society of Canada.
    • Acoustically engineered – The world’s first humidifier awarded the Quiet Mark by the Noise Abatement Society.
    • Night-long comfort – Sleep timer and up to 18 hours of continuous use. Projects the humidified air, quietly and hygienically throughout the room.
    • Patented Air Multiplier™ technology – Long-range projection distributes mist evenly through the room. No blades.
    • Dual functionality for year round use – Delivers hygienic, even humidification in winter and high-velocity air to cool you in summer.
    • Remote control – Precise airflow settings. Magnetized to store neatly on the machine.

Using Intelligent Climate Control, the Dyson humidifier is able to measure both the temperature and the moisture in the air. One press of the remote and the machine will create a comfortable, hygienic environment. The machine runs for up to 18 hours on a single tank of water.


We own a Dyson vacuum, as well as a Dyson fan and I swear by the superiority of these products. I definitely put the Dyson humidifier in this same superior category!

I recommend picking up a couple Dyson Humidifiers and crossing some soon to be extremely happy recipients off your shopping list!



  1. The Dyson humidifier is on my wish list – I think it would be so helpful for my allergies and dry skin!

  2. I have become more aware of the air in my home. I think I am asking for this for Christmas this year

  3. I would love one of these. I hear really great things about them, and it would be awesome to add to my Wishlist!

  4. I have a Dyson fan and vacuum as well and love them! I’all be adding the humidifier to my Christmas list it sounds amazing.
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  5. Even though I’m in Raincouver, it still gets a lot drier here in the winter. A humidifier is a must, but you’re right it icks me out to think of all the mold or mildew that can build up. This sounds like a better option!

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