Fed by a deep underground aquifer, the desert gushes to life in regal palm groves and fabulous swimming pools in Palm Springs. This is where 1950s celebrities like Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley built sleek estates, played golf at championship courses, and wined and dined the desert night away.
We use high-quality reeds, essential oils, and fragrance oil. Our diffusers do not contain alcohol, DPG and are phthalate-free which means no harmful chemicals in your home.
All of our reed diffusers are artisan hand-blended ad poured in small batches in Santa Clarita, California. Reed sticks can make a great alternative to candles or other types of air fresheners. They stay strongly fragranced for weeks at a time with low maintenance. Unlike traditional candles or plugins, these require no electricity and are flameless. They fill up a decent-sized area of space, making it easy to set different moods depending on where you place them!
Tips on How to Use a Reed Diffuser:
Place your diffuser in a high traffic area where the fragrance will disperse throughout the room with air circulation. Another great spot is just inside the room near the door so you pick up the scent as you enter the room. In many cases, think of a diffuser as a bouquet of flowers - you’ll smell the fragrance as you walk by, but it won’t necessarily fill the room with fragrance.
Flip the reeds for more fragrance. You can flip a few reeds every few days or all the reeds everyday. Keep in mind the more reeds you flip and the more often you flip them, the faster the fragrance oil will evaporate.
Use caution when flipping the reeds. Flip the reeds over a wastebasket or sink and be sure to clean the vessel of any fragrance oil drips before placing on a delicate countertop.
Use a coaster or plate under your diffuser to keep any oil drips from damaging a precious countertop.
Flip all of the reeds on all of your diffusers before leaving for vacation. When you return home you’ll be welcomed by an inviting fragrance rather than a stale, stuffy home.
Pick the right size diffuser for your room. Diffusers are just like candles - the larger the diffuser, the greater the fragrance so these will work well in big rooms. Smaller diffusers work well in smaller spaces like powder rooms and small bedrooms.
If you buy refill oil for your diffuser, clean out the vessel with soap and water and let it dry completely before you refill it. It’s better to start with fresh oil than continuously add to old oil.
When you change the oil, change the reeds. Reeds get dusty and clogged over time and lose efficiency.
Not all reeds are the same. Manufacturers select the optimum reeds for their oil so it’s best to stick with the same brand.