Humidifiers & Vaporizers

Most people think of humidifiers as pretty straightforward — you turn them on when someone’s sick, right? But here’s something you may not know: the right amount of humidity brings a lot of healthy benefits to your family. And adding humidity isn’t just for when your family is under the weather; you can (and should!) humidify year-round.

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  • Fill Style

  • Filter Type

  • Temperature

  • Recommended Room Size

  • Fill Style

  • Filter Type

  • Temperature

  • Recommended Room Size

Choosing the Right Humidifer

Filter or Filter-Free, Which is Right For You?


Filtered (evaporative) humidifiers use a filter to remove minerals from the water and quietly deliver invisible moisture into the air.
Best for: Adults, Kids & Babies and those suffering from allergies or asthma OR those with air quality concerns, allergies or asthma

Filter-Free (ultrasonic) models are ultra quiet and deliver visible mist but should be used with demineralization cartridges to help prevent white dust.
Best for: Adults, Kids & Babies

Room Size Matters


It is important to understand the size of the room where the humidifier will be used. Buying the right humidifier will ensure that you get desired results.

Small Room: Up to 250 square feet
Medium Room: Up to 400 square feet
Large Room: Up to 600 square feet

Consider the Tank Size


If you plan to use the humidifier at night, look for big tank capacity and long enough run time so that you can sleep worry-free.

Starry Night Cool Moisture Humidifier: 1.0 Gallon tank, up to 24 hour run time

Filter Free Cool Mist Humidifier: 1.2 Gallon tank, up to 30 hour run time

Easy Fill Cool Mist Humidifier: 1.0 Gallon tank, up to 24 hour run time

What Temperature is Best?


Warm Steam or Cool Mist? Both help ease dry air discomforts allowing you to breathe better and sleep more comfortably, so it comes down to personal preference.

Warm Steam: Provides soothing steam and restorative moisture that is virtually bacteria-free. Liquid inhalants like Vicks VapoSteam can be added for temporary relief from coughs and congestion.

Cool Mist: Helps maintain overall room temperature, can be filtered (evaporative) or filter-free and is recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics.