Skip to product information
1 of 2

Golden Flame

Neroli and Rooibos | Reed Diffuser

Neroli and Rooibos | Reed Diffuser

Regular price R 380.00
Regular price Sale price R 380.00
Sale Sold out
Shipping calculated at checkout.

This unique blend creates a luxurious and soothing atmosphere, infusing the air with a sense of tranquility and elegance. Neroli, derived from the blossoms of the bitter orange tree, exudes a sweet and floral aroma with hints of citrus and honey. Rooibos, also known as African red bush tea, adds a warm and earthy element with subtle notes of vanilla and spice. Together, they create a captivating fragrance that is both calming and uplifting

Our Reed diffuser offers a simple and effective way to infuse your living spaces with delightful fragrances. Their long-lasting nature, easy maintenance, and decorative appeal make it a popular choice for those seeking a warm and comforting fragrance experience in their homes or workplace.

We only use a high performing diffuser base oil that is derived from renewable resources, and created using innovative formulation and technology.
Our range fragrance oils is sourced from a renowned European fragrance house, blended by expert perfumers.

Reed diffuser Care and caution

Diffuser oil can damage polished/painted/plastic or leather surfaces. Only place the diffuser on a stable surface, away from any electrical sockets or equipment.
Keep out of the reach of children & pets. People with perfume sensitivity should be cautious when using the product.
Flammable liquid. Do not light the reeds, ingest fragrance or base oil, apply to the body.

How to use
To use our reed diffuser, one simply needs to remove the cap or stopper from the container and insert the reeds into the liquid. The reeds act as natural diffusers, drawing the scented liquid up through their channels and releasing the fragrance into the room. Once your diffuser is opened Leave for at least 1 – 3 hours, then turn them for the first time. The intensity of the scent can be adjusted by adding or removing reeds, or by flipping the reeds occasionally to expose their saturated ends, which accelerates the release of the fragrance.

View full details