Would it be Spring without a fresh floral wafting about? We think not. It's exactly why we've introduced a classic chypre with Peony at the heart of the show.
Built around an accord of Patchouli, Musk and Vanilla, this classic chypre starts with a citrusy blast of Lemon and Apple, followed by a heart of Geranium, Volet, Rose and of course, Peony.
The result is a complex and layered scent that creates a bright and shimmering sensation.
Keep inviting your signature scent into your space with the reed diffuser refills. Use to fill an existing reed diffuser vessel with scent. The oil will release subtle, consistent wafts of fine fragrance for up to 12 weeks.
Remove the cap and use a small funnel to pour oil into an existing diffuser vessel, being careful not to spill. Insert clean reeds and allow a few days for reeds to absorb the diffuser oil and to begin releasing scent into the surrounding area. Flip reeds regularly to boost scent diffusion.
The diffuser oil lasts up to 12 weeks depending on the storage environment, number of reeds used, and frequency with which the reeds are flipped.
We recommend replacing reeds every 3- 6 months to reduce clogging. If scent fades but oil remains, consider replacing the reeds. They may be clogged with dust.
The room temperature will affect scent throw. Warmer rooms will release more scent, creating a stronger throw. This will also deplete diffuser oil more quickly. Using more reeds will increase scent throw, whilst fewer reeds will create a more subtle aroma. Add or remove reeds according to preference. Avoid placing your reed diffuser near heat sources like radiators, heaters or fireplaces. Direct sunlight can damage the diffuser oil, making it discolour and breaking down the integrity of the fragrance.
200 ml ℮ | 5cm x 9cm
Hand blended & poured in Cape Town
WARNING:Store out of direct sunlight. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Wash hands after handling oil or reeds. Flammable liquid. Do not light reeds. Do not heat or burn diffuser oil. Spilling onto polished, painted, plastic or leather surfaces can result in damage.