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DontFundHate Mon 06-Feb-17 01:14:15

Money no object, which brands / scents are best? grin

Lucysdiamonds Mon 06-Feb-17 01:27:24

I used to like Wax Lyrical.

FeliciaJollygoodfellow Mon 06-Feb-17 02:01:56

Cheshire candle company does some really lovely ones - I want the grapefruit and white tea (I think) one. She's only online but comes into my work occasionally. The reed diffusers are gorgeous.

toffee1000 Mon 06-Feb-17 02:14:38

I like The White Company. Currently in my room I have their Day scent, which is bergamot, apple and jasmine. When choosing in the shop I liked a lot of their other scents too...

AstrantiaMajor Mon 06-Feb-17 08:28:15

Milton Brown. Massive choice and last for ages.

NinjaPosse Mon 06-Feb-17 08:31:57

Peppermint Grove Australia are the best I've tried. The first one I bought has been going for about 6 months and only about 10% of the liquid has gone. I turn the reeds every 3-4 days.

They aren't cheap but the scents are lovely and fresh. I have the Gardenia, Oceania and Jasmine and Mint. Those 3 are all good but Gardenia is probably my favourite.

DontFundHate Mon 06-Feb-17 10:31:49

6 months that's impressive! Are they sold on high Street so I can smell?

Do white company last a long time too?

Iamdobby63 Mon 06-Feb-17 11:05:00

Money no object, Jo Malone.

SunnySomer Mon 06-Feb-17 11:10:35

I would second the white company.
(Though would warn you against buying anything except reed diffusers from them, as IME everything else they sell is massively over-priced and rubbish quality). (Grrrrrrrrrr. Surely have wasted thousands on white bed linen that frays, jumpers that bobble, candles that smell better unlit......)

Madbengalmum Mon 06-Feb-17 11:13:14

Espa, the scents are amazing and last for months, natural scents too.

Orangebird69 Mon 06-Feb-17 11:14:41

Molton Brown are amazing. My mum got one for Xmas 2015 - I could still smell it in her house all through the summer last year.

WhoKn0wsWhereTheTimeG0es Mon 06-Feb-17 11:16:42

Ashleigh and Burwood, from garden centres or online, I've only had one scent (I love it so much that I buy it over and over). It lasts the best part of a year. I only turn the sticks maybe once every few weeks but the fragrance lasts and lasts.

EggsEleven Mon 06-Feb-17 11:18:21

I found the Jo Malone ones crap. Had the English Pear and Freshia in both the living room and hallway and could never smell anything from them unless I practically stuck a diffuser up my nose.

IsabelleSE19 Mon 06-Feb-17 11:20:41

Must admit to not having tried the very posh ones, but have been very happy with my Sainsburys one - it was the most expensive Sainsburys type one though at least!

Burntbum Mon 06-Feb-17 11:21:52

Laura Ashley Ines are great.

Burntbum Mon 06-Feb-17 11:22:13

Ines? ones

EggsEleven Mon 06-Feb-17 11:32:27

bought one for £3 the other day from Primark - Black Rose something or other - and it's great so far, especially compared to Jo Malone grin unlikely it will last that long but we'll see and for £3 I'm not complaining smile

LittleWingSoul Wed 08-Feb-17 21:16:16

Kew Gardens reed diffuser from John Lewis... Have got the Pear and Freesia one in the bathroom on 1st floor at the moment and can smell it as soon as I get in opening the front door! About £30 I think for the set up but then you can by refill bottles for £17ish. Lasts 6 months or so!

lozengeoflove Wed 08-Feb-17 21:35:48

Max Benjamin reed diffusers are excellent and last for ages.

Fairylea Wed 08-Feb-17 21:37:43

Another vote for Sainsbury's ones. Their "posh" ones were on half price sale recently and I got a jasmine and something or other one and it's fab grin

DontFundHate Thu 09-Feb-17 02:31:28

Ooh thanks all! Hi

DontFundHate Thu 09-Feb-17 02:32:02

I'm currently using a lidl one so any of these will be luxury in comparison!

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