Think Pink: Scent Diffuser

October 15, 2006 by shefindsanne
shefinds | Style

What: Hope Home Perfume Diffuser

Why: Forget Aunt Mildred’s bowl of potpourri. Forget essential oil heaters and their ugly cords. Forget candles that can light your curtains on fire. The aroma-delivery system that we call, “sticks in a jar” is now all the rage. Sticks absorb scented oils or perfume and emit the fragrance as the potion evaporates. Guess what? It works. One of the best is Orion Botanica’s Home Perfume Diffuser. Put the reeds (aka “sticks”) in the apothecary bottle of perfume and delicate scent fills the room. One bottle of the home perfume works for up to a year. It is available in several scents (Key Lime is a personal fave), but for Breast Cancer Awareness Month we recommend Hope, because $5 of each sale goes towards breast cancer research. Hope is a tropical scent that comes from Hawaiian Jasmine.

Price: $45

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