Reed Diffuser Care
- Choose a Suitable Location: Place the reed diffuser in an area with good air circulation, but away from direct sunlight and heat sources.
- Remove the Stopper: When you first set up the diffuser, remove the stopper or cap from the bottle.
Maintaining Your Reed Diffuser:
- Flip the Reeds: To refresh the scent, flip the reeds regularly, ideally every 1-2 weeks. This helps to prevent the reeds from becoming saturated and enhances the diffusion of the fragrance.
- Adjust the Number of Reeds: If you desire a stronger scent, use more reeds; for a more subtle fragrance, use fewer reeds.
- Clean the Bottle: Wipe the bottle with a clean cloth if it accumulates dust. If you switch scents, it's advisable to clean the bottle before using a new fragrance.
Extending the Lifespan:
- Control the Intensity: If the scent becomes too strong, remove a few reeds. Likewise, add more reeds if you want a stronger fragrance.
- Use Quality Reed Sticks: Quality reed sticks can significantly impact the diffusion of the fragrance. If the original reeds lose their effectiveness, consider replacing them.
- Scent Fading: If the scent weakens over time, try flipping the reeds, adjusting their number, or cleaning the bottle.
- Spills and Stains: Be cautious when handling the diffuser, as the oil can stain surfaces. Clean any spills immediately with a cloth.
Replacing the Oil:
- Top Off the Oil: When the oil level becomes low, you can top it off with additional diffuser oil to maintain a consistent fragrance.
- Keep Out of Reach of Pets and Children: Diffuser oils may be harmful if ingested.
- Avoid Contact with Eyes and Skin: In case of contact, rinse with water.
By following these care tips, you can ensure that your reed diffuser provides a consistent and enjoyable fragrance for an extended period.
There are more than 90 types of essential oils, each featuring its own distinct fragrance and potential health benefits. Here is a list of the oils commonly utilized in our products:
LAVENDER (Lavandula angustifolia)
Aroma: Floral, Sweet, Herbaceous, Fresh
- Aromatherapy: Lavender oil is widely used for relaxation, stress relief, and promoting a sense of calm.
- Skincare: It is valued for its skin-soothing and healing properties, often used for minor burns, cuts, and skin irritations.
- Sleep Aid: Lavender is popular for promoting restful sleep when used in a diffuser or applied to a pillow.
- Mood Enhancement: The aroma of lavender is known to positively impact mood and emotional well-being.
Always perform a patch test before applying to the skin, especially for those with sensitive skin.
- Pregnant women and individuals with specific health concerns should consult with a healthcare professional before use.
Aroma: Bright, Citrusy, Fresh, Energizing
- Aromatherapy: Lemon oil is popular for its uplifting and energizing aroma, often used to improve mood and reduce stress.
- Cleaning: Its antiseptic properties make it a common ingredient in natural cleaning products.
- Skincare: Lemon oil may be used in diluted form for its astringent and toning effects on the skin.
- Culinary: In small amounts, it can be used to add a citrusy flavor to food and beverages.
- Lemon oil is photosensitive, so it is advisable to avoid direct sunlight on skin where it has been applied.
- Always dilute before applying to the skin, especially for those with sensitive skin.
- It's recommended to consult with a healthcare professional before using essential oils, especially for pregnant women or individuals with specific health conditions.
Herbaceous, Woody, Fresh, Camphoraceous
- Aromatherapy: Rosemary oil is known for its invigorating and stimulating properties, often used to enhance concentration and mental clarity.
- Hair Care: It is used in hair care products for its potential to promote hair growth and improve scalp health.
- Massage: When diluted, it can be used in massage oils for its warming and soothing effects on muscles.
- Rosemary oil should be used in moderation.
- Pregnant women and individuals with epilepsy or high blood pressure should consult with a healthcare professional before using rosemary essential oil.
- Always perform a patch test before applying to the skin, especially for those with sensitive skin.