Freshening up your space with reed diffuser.

There are many ways to make your home smell amazing. The scent is one of the first things that people note. If you're not using plug-in air fresheners, candles are a good idea, but they can be a severe fire risk. Then it sounds like reed diffusers could be the hero of scent and freshening up your space. 



What is a reed diffuser?

Reed diffusers are liquid air fresheners in a narrow-necked bottle with long "sticks" inserted into the reed diffuser bottle. These sticks, or reeds, absorb scented liquid oil from the container and release fragrance into the surrounding air.  Many scents are available. Manufacturers range from widely-known consumer brands to small boutique producers. Fill your house with a scent the best reed diffuser 2021

11 The Best scents reed diffuser oil to buy in 2021

1. Grapefruit 

2. Lavender

3. Juniper 

4. Neroli 

5. Ocean 

6. Pine 

7. Currant 

8. Amber 

9. Earl grey 

10. Fig 

11. Garden

How long do the reeds last in a diffuser?

A good quality reed will last approximately five-six months. If the fragrance is no longer as strong as it once was, try flipping the reeds.

Benefits of Reed Diffusers

Reed diffusers will give you a scent that's more consistent than candles or incense. A reed diffuser will continue to release scent for the lifespan of the reeds and fragrance oil. There are no parts to turn on, light up, plug in, blow out or spray, and the safety factor can't be beaten! There's no flame nor heat to potentially cause damage – making it a safe alternative to candles (which should never be left unattended). There is no wax, no soot as paraffin candles do, nor ashes (from incense sticks) to clean up. There's no smoke or aerosols to trigger reactions for allergies, asthma, or other respiratory conditions.

What to Know Before Using Reed Diffuser oils

When it comes to the intensity or potency of the scent released by a reed diffuser, it is worth remembering that the reeds' material is almost as important as the fragrance itself. The sticks are usually made of rattan wood or synthetic polyamide. The latter is better for evaporation and therefore tends to be used with alcohol-free compositions to make up for their slower evaporation rate. It would be best if you also considered the thickness of the reeds. For optimal performance, we recommend a stick around 3 mm thick. Thicker reeds absorb more oil and thus diffuse more scent into the air, but this also means your diffuser will consume more fat and therefore won't last as long.

To improve evaporation, it may be necessary to flip the sticks over – mostly if they are made of wood – to prevent them from becoming clogged. Reeds tend to get dusty and congested over time, which means they lose their efficiency. You should also make sure to place your diffuser in a place with constant foot traffic to help the fragrance disperse throughout the room as the air circulates.

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