Grey is the colour of balance and calm and positive things. Reed diffusers have been used for centuries to make rooms smell nice. They were first documented in Ancient Egypt, where inscriptions regarding perfumes mention reeds being put into oil lamps with essential oils inside them, but the ancient ancient Greeks, Romans and Chinese used them too. During the medieval was the norm to “sterilise” the air around you and ward off infection. The 11th century Crusades ignited a fragrance renaissance in Medieval Europe when knights returned with bottles of rose water and new techniques to make perfume stolen from the invaded territories . The first modern reed diffusers were created by French company Rougier Frères in 1918 and used lavender oil as their fragrance They are very simple to use; reeds are inserted into a glass bottle or glass jar of scented diffuser oil, the reeds soak up the scent and emit a pleasant aroma around your home. These diffusers are a neat 100ml, they will last you up to six months (don't turn the reeds too often for best results as they need time to draw the scent up them).
'I get so many compliments on my diffuser and smells' BC NSW
'I used to think diffusers were a waste of time, but now I understand why people use them! My house smells so nice when I walk in the door!"
'My friend wants diffusers now because she likes mine so much!: SA NSW