Scent your space with this festive Mediterranean fragranced diffuser full of fresh clementine, lemon zest and top notes of delicate elderflower, a dash of lemon verbena and a splash of bergamot blended together with juniper berry. The result; an exquisite mélange of Mediterranean seasonal cheer.
- For your home, office or any space to generate an uplifting, seasonal, inviting atmosphere
- Keep a room smelling great
- Those seeking the fragrance and ambience of a luxury spa
- A great dinner party gift!
- The perfect gift for home birds
Unscrew the silver collar and remove the protective black disc from the bottle. Screw the silver collar back on.
Place the reeds into the diffuser bottle one at a time ensuring even distribution. Each reed soaks up the fragrance, diffusing into the air, leaving the air beautifully scented. Turn the reeds every 5 days to ensure constant throw of the fragrance.
Keep the protective disc in a safe place. Should you wish to move the diffuser at any time, be sure to remove the reeds, replace the disc & collar securely, and keep the reeds safe.
Always read warning advice on the product.
Lemon verbena is a beautifully fragranced plant that is native to Argentina and Chile but grown all over the world.
The plant has aromatic lemon-scented slender leaves.
Lemon verbena is great for soothing anxiety and, as a sedative, it is helpful in insomnia.
The aromatic plant contains a variety of vitamins and minerals that also work well against blemishes and skin-related conditions.
Clementines are delicious fruits with a smooth and shiny appearance.
They are a hybrid between a sweet orange and mandarin orange.
They are rich in minerals and vitamins and have many health-related benefits.
Clementines are really good for the skin thanks to the large amount of vitamin C.
It has been proven that vitamin C plays a big part in the synthesis of collagen; a structural component vital for the maintenance of healthy skin.
Antioxidant properties of vitamin C present in clementines help in protecting the skin against the damage induced by UV radiations and helps in revitalizing the ageing skin.
Elderflowers come from the elder tree and generally grow as a shrub or small tree to a height of around 5 to 10 metres.
They have been used in traditional medicine all over the world in many different cultures due to its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties.
The most common uses are for colds and flu, sinus infections, and other respiratory disturbances.
Elderflower has antibacterial and antiviral properties and may also help alleviate some allergies and boost the functioning of the immune system.