- A beautiful scent is a self-expression that makes a statement of a love for discreet refinement. Reed diffusers are well-loved for their flame-free and low-maintenance appeal, dispersing the scent easily into the surrounding air. Place a reed diffuser in sitting areas or near doors as a welcome greeting.
Remove sealer cap and insert reed sticks.
Use more reeds for a stronger scent.
Flip the reed sticks every 1 - 2 weeks to refresh the scent.
60ml - 1 month
150ml - 2 ~ 3 months
450ml - 6 ~ 9 months
Hot dry weather, air-conditioning, drafts, seasonal changes, and the number of reeds used are factors that affect the diffusion strength and rate. Keep our of strong sunlight or direct air-conditioning drafts to reduce rapid evaporation. For optimal performance, fibre reeds should be replaced every 2-3 months. Rattan reeds should be replaced every 2-4 months.
Do not ingest. Keep away from high heat or open flame. Always place the diffuser in safe areas away from children, pets, or places where it may be knocked over. Handle with care to prevent spillage onto painted or plastic surfaces. If that occurs, wipe away immediately. Place a coaster or plate under your diffuser to prevent oil drips from damaging furniture.
- Distilled Sugar Cane Reed Base, Vanilla Planifolia (Vanilla) Oil, Santalum Album (Sandalwood) Oil, Citral*, Eugenol*, Geraniol*, Citronellol*, Farnesol*, Linalool*
(Ecocert) - Ecocert/Cosmos certified ingredient
* - Natural components of essential oil
⨉ no toxins and carcinogens
⨉ no SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate)
⨉ no parabens
⨉ no silicones or paraffins
⨉ no petrochemicals
⨉ no artificial colours
⨉ no synthetic fragrances
⨉ no animal testing!
Vanilla sourced from Madagascar
Sandalwood sourced from India
Bottle material is compatible and safe to use with a high load of essential oil
Glass Bottle with sealant cap
6 short rattan diffuser reeds (for 60/150ml only)
9 long rattan diffuser reeds (for 450ml only)
60ml, 150ml, 450ml
60ml- W4cm H20cm (with reeds)
150ml- W5cm H25cm (with reeds)
450ml- W6.5cm H30cm (with reeds)