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Offline jimmy carter

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Reed diffusers...
« on: May 16, 2018, 06:47:58 pm »
As much as I love my perfumes, I also enjoy reed diffusers in my home, whether it's in the lounge room, bathroom or bedroom

 I usually stick with Airwick diffusers, they're dirt cheap & smell amazing. So far I've repurchased Airwick blackberry & vanilla silk along with freesia & jasmine this fills an entire lounge room lingering enormously.. Yesterday I was grocery shopping and saw Airwicks new Vanilla bean & white truffle diffuser, yes I love vanilla so I had to buy it. To my surprise it smelt like coffee, mixed with vanilla the combination was so yummy my partner even liked it!

What are some of your favourite reed diffusers ? I'd love to explore.
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Re: Reed diffusers...
« Reply #1 on: May 17, 2018, 08:33:13 pm »
Iím interested to hear about these too, Iíve only tried them once & it was Pennyís (Primark) brand which looked great but didnít really give off much scent.


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Re: Reed diffusers...
« Reply #2 on: May 17, 2018, 08:35:08 pm »
Iím interested to hear about these too, Iíve only tried them once & it was Pennyís (Primark) brand which looked great but didnít really give off much scent.

@Brad Heins the Airwick ones are honestly amazing, I usually bought the 50ml, but since they've brang out the new ones they are in 100ml forms. These are also 25 $.


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Re: Reed diffusers...
« Reply #3 on: May 17, 2018, 08:36:55 pm »
Iím interested to hear about these too, Iíve only tried them once & it was Pennyís (Primark) brand which looked great but didnít really give off much scent.

@Brad Heins the Airwick ones are honestly amazing, I usually bought the 50ml, but since they've brang out the new ones they are in 100ml forms. These are also 25 $.

@Paolo I will check them out when I'll go shopping later. The two you mentioned sound lovely...thank you  :)

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