The use of ceramic in a muted colour palette meets the desire for simplistic, earthen homeware, whilst introducing the benefits of a fragrance lamp to those whose style is understated.
Exciting aromas of a hot Moroccan souk combine with a rich blend of sticky honey, nutmeg and bergamot scents. Woody base notes of agarwood and sandalwood add earthy depth.
Catalytic lamps were originally used in French hospitals to kill airborne bacteria. In the sixties fragrance oil was added and it has become a popular home fragrance product - both ridding the air of bacteria and adding a fabulous fragrance.
Fragrance lamps are fast and effective. They purify the air, they eliminate odours and they fill your home with fragrance.
Using a fragrance lamp is simple.
Pour fragrance into the vessel.
Allow the wick to soak (about 20min for first lighting)
Light the stone
Blow out after 2-3 minutes
Allow fragrance diffuse for 20-30 minutes which will fragrance the room for hours.
Switch off by simply replacing snuffer cap