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Reed diffusers you can actually smell? Anyone tried Jo Malone?

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workingtitle Fri 12-Jul-13 14:09:15

I've currently got an orla Kiely 'fig tree' diffuser - I'm a bit fed up of the OK branding, but it smells lovely and is effective! About £20 at John Lewis. Can also recommend White Company - their candles and diffusers really kick out the scent.

nickiwilki Fri 12-Jul-13 13:25:59

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gemdotcom Mon 10-Jun-13 23:34:26

Next have a nice range of diffusers and scented candles. I like the 'Paris' one but it's not in the directory anymore, they could have it in stores though

allnewtaketwo Thu 06-Jun-13 18:17:45

I've got a Jo Malone one in the hall and you can definitely smell it

hollyisalovelyname Thu 06-Jun-13 18:15:54

I have the Rituals Lotus one. It's lovely.

Nepotism Thu 06-Jun-13 18:13:11

Penhaligon ones (often available in TK Maxx) are very good.

not tried Jo Malone, but i have a neom one in my bathroom. its called happiness i think, and is a lovely scent, noticeable but not overpowering.

RobinSparkles Mon 03-Jun-13 13:37:29

My friend had a Body Shop one once. You could smell it for miles!

justaweeone Mon 03-Jun-13 13:35:47

Haven't tried Jo Malone but have a Rituals Spa one (spring garden) which I bought before Christmas and can smell it from where I am sitting.Also have the New York one from Next and can smell it as soon as I walk into the bedroom.

Mrsdp123 Mon 03-Jun-13 11:52:50

I have used the ones from Linea before in bathrooms which have a strong smell but aren't sickly. I have just bought one frm the White Company and one from Orla Kiely and you can't smell either of them v well unless you have a reed up your nostril. I want one for the hallway which is relatively wide and that you can smell, anyone have any recommendations. I hate vanilla type scents so am looking for something floral and light but still pongy enough...

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