Decorative and easy to use, the diffuser offers a constant diffusion of the fragrance. The reed sticks are immersed in a perfumed solution and absorb it to delicately scent the room.
12 fragrances available.
Decorative and easy to use, they provide constant diffusion for several weeks. They work by capillary action: the perfume sticks are immersed in the fragrance solution and the fragrance is diffused naturally and independently.
The diffusers can be refilled. They are sold in a box with a bouquet of sticks.
Capacity: 200 ml. Duration: about 2 months.
Reed diffuser are refillable. . Thanks to this new, larger and more economical refill, you can extend the life of your diffuser or change fragrances whenever you like.
This refill is sold in a lightweight bottle made from mostly recyclable plastic, without a case.
The fragrance sticks are sold separately in a box.
Capacity: 250 ml.
A very original woody scent, both camphorated and slightly fruity, from a conifer that grows in Canada.
A citrus orchard fragrances, both floral and tangy, bergamot is an elegant and delicious Calabrian treasure.
The Japanese cherry. Rich of infinite shades of pink, a poetic floral note softly powdered, fruity and slightly tangy.
A slightly fruity tea scent. The province of Yunnan in China is well known for the quality of its teas.
A typical ambergris scent slightly iodized. Ambergris is a precious raw material thrown back by the whales.
A slightly acidulated fruity scent, combining the fragrance of the leaf, the sap and the fruit of the fig-tree.
A sensual floral scent, fresh and slightly narcotic, symbol of pureness and eternal youth.
A woody noble and intense scent used to make traditional Japanese incense.
A voluptuous floral scent with the aura of the Orient.
A floral citrussy scent, the verbena originated in the Andes mountains.
A floral suave and elating scent. The tuberose is a flower originating from Central America.
A spicy warm scent with an intense floral background, the clove-tree is reminiscent of the most legendary trading post, Zanzibar.
A woody aroma scent with a subtle hint of humus and underwood, derived from the precious leaves of patchouli, a plant native to the island of Sumatra.