About Diffusers

About Diffusers

Reed diffusers are a great way to fragrance your home or any indoor environment. Reed diffusers are a simple, elegant and effective way to infuse fragrance into any space or room without the need for an open flame.

The reed diffuser, or aroma diffuser, delivers fragrance with a distinct yet simple wicking system of reeds. Fragranced liquid seeps up through the length of the reed diffuser sticks, allowing scent to fill the room. The reed diffuser uses essential oils or fragrance oils mixed with a special non-toxic dispersing base, allowing the reed diffuser to not just add scent to a room but to allow the therapeutic properties or essential oils to fill the room as well. Ease of use and minimal maintenance and care have made reed diffusers a hugely popular product in room fragrance.


No Flame or Heat - unlike candles, the reed diffuser has no flame. This makes the reed diffuser a safer alternative to candles.No Going Out - with incense or candles the aroma is temporary, relying on active lighting. The reed diffuser lasts all day and night. The only monitoring a reed diffuser needs is a weekly turning of the reeds.No Smoke - incense is nice but the smoke is not so wonderful. The reed diffuser achieves the same purpose but without any smoke.No Wax or Mess - incense has ashes, candles have wax; the reed diffuser has neither.No Aerosols - unlike sprayed scents, the reed diffusers do not have any added chemicals.No Electric Power - you can place a reed diffuser anywhere without having to rely on an outlet or change batteries.No Heat - heated fragrances like plugins may actually damage the fragrance or essential oils while the reed diffuser protects the integrity of the oils.DIFFUSER REEDS

Diffuser reeds or sticks look very similar to bamboo except the best performing diffuser reeds are made from rattan, a natural plant material. They contain many tiny channels or holes that travel the full length. The most popular size for rattan reeds or diffuser reeds is 30cm. However, you can cut them down smaller if using a very short glass as your diffuser container. Each rattan stick contains about 20 individual channels inside. These run the entire length of the reed and draw or suck up the fragrance to help disperse it