Clear Light Cedar
Cedar Diffusers (Pick: Cedar, Saffron & Cedar, Lavender & Cedar, Tobacco & Cedar)
Reed diffusers are a great way to add constant fragrance to your home. The diffuser reeds soak up the fragrance oil and disperse the scent into the air. They last until all the fragrance oil evaporates. Infused with the botanicals, the bottles are great to look at too! Diffusers work really well in places where you always want it to smell nice but can't keep an eye on a candle.
Our bottle is 100% recycled glass. Sticks included.
Directions: We are dedicated to helping our customers have positive experiences with the reed diffusers we offer. For those of you who are new to reed diffusers, here are some instructions & helpful hints:
- Remove cap/safety seal. Leave twine on for decoration. Place the sticks that came with your reed diffuser into the bottle to absorb the diffuser oil.
- Flip sticks so that the "dry" side of the sticks is now closest to the bottle and the saturated end is in the air.
- Place unsaturated (dry) end of the sticks into the bottle. 4. Let your reed diffuser naturally permeate your space. Reed diffusers will continue to evaporate into the air, creating a subtle and luxurious scent.
Cedar - It has a fresh balsamic, aromatic fragrance with piney nuances. A green woody balsamic fragrance with a sweetish undertone. It finishes with a punchy, brightness that is really pleasing.
Lavender - An aromatic floral clean note, with green, fresh spicy, licorice facets. It has soothing, calming aromatic qualities. Placitas Lavender adds a herb-y note, almost spicy, like the scent of a hot summer’s night.
Saffron - A refined note coming from stamens of Crocus sativus, a small flower in the Iris family known since antiquity. Its odor profile is bittersweet, leathery, soft and intimate, with an earthy base note. You’ll get wafts of patchouli, sandalwood, vetiver, spices, and white musk.
Tobacco - A rich, nuanced, warm and sweet herbaceous scent, with a note of whiskey, caramel, and hay. There is a wood line with dried fruits giving it a gourmand character, supported by what brings “cocoa” to mind.