Reed diffuser recommendations

(20 Posts)
Fireinthegrate Sat 11-Mar-17 20:28:31

Just been to SILs house and she had a really nice smelling diffuser, but it's Jo Malone and I've just googled and see that they cost £79!!!!!
I can't justify spending that so can anyone recommend any good ones that are cheaper?
The one she had smelled lovely and was lime, basil and something.

totallyliterally Sat 11-Mar-17 20:38:06

Mid price the white company Ines are good (about £35)
I also got a lovely one from Waitrose, their own brand for £11. It's in our bathroom which is quite small but you smell it every time you go in.

almondfinger Sat 11-Mar-17 20:38:15

zara home, green herbs I think its called is just gorgeous. All the Zara ones are but that's my fave.

Tightarseinleggings Sat 18-Mar-17 09:49:47

Best one i boughtvwas from Card Factory 2 days after Christmas!! 75p in the sale. Its in my bathroom and it still strong as the day I bought it!

Otherwise, i prefer something like Airwick.

user1489849565 Sat 18-Mar-17 15:15:30

I love WAX Lyrical red cherries diffuser, it smells fantastic:-)

Sparklingbrook Sat 18-Mar-17 15:17:41

Molton Brown Black Peppercorn is lovely. About £39.

oldfatandtired1 Sat 18-Mar-17 15:19:47

Second White Company. I also love Neom (not cheap at £38 but not Jo Malone prices!) - lovely, long lasting, uplifting scents.

Sparklingbrook Sat 18-Mar-17 15:25:48

Here's the Molton Brown one.

www.johnlewis.com/molton-brown-black-peppercorn-aroma-reeds-diffuser/p2213729

WingsClipped Tue 21-Mar-17 10:25:27

Third White Company! Also love Zara candles and diffusers for good value and modern scents. Neom and True Grace are lovely but pricier.

WingsClipped Tue 21-Mar-17 10:28:49

Oh OP your SIL must have the lime, basil & mandarin one. It's one of the classic/favourite Jo Malone scents. I've got a white company Lime & Bay diffuser on the way and it's supposed to be quite similar to the Jo Malone one.

OCSockOrphanage Wed 22-Mar-17 20:59:32

St Eval Candle company make a delicious Bay and Rosemary Oil that is about £14 a bottle and scents the room for ages (three months roughly). I am always giving my spare bottle away to friends who ask what it is. It's freshly fragrant rather than perfumed, but solid enough to mask bathroom smells too. Highly recommended by me.

poisonedbypen Wed 22-Mar-17 21:01:35

Lots of nice mid price ones in John Lewis. Try M&S too?

poisonedbypen Wed 22-Mar-17 21:01:36

Lots of nice mid price ones in John Lewis. Try M&S too?

SerialBodenReturner Wed 22-Mar-17 21:06:31

Laura Ashley - £20 or so full price but I always get them when they have a 30% off thing going on.

They're the only ones I've found that last any length of time and actually smell of something (I'm sure the £79 ones do too but I'm not spending that!)

witwootoodleoo Wed 22-Mar-17 21:09:58

Another vote for the White Company. The Wild Fig is really good as is the Verviene

Pixie2015 Wed 22-Mar-17 21:12:41

White company fleurs always use a discount code seems to last longer than others I have tried

ShelaghTurner Wed 22-Mar-17 21:14:27

M&S green fig. So lovely.

BagittoGo Wed 22-Mar-17 21:25:25

Oliver bonas do ones for £20. I've had it since last October and it's still a third full and smells gorgeous.

MrsBosh Wed 22-Mar-17 22:51:57

I have one from Sainsburys at the moment - orchid and coconut or something. Think was £8. Very pleasant fresh smell.

MilesHuntsWig Wed 22-Mar-17 23:01:29

Various wax lyrical ones, all cheap and on amazon

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