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Woodland Violet & Mint Reed Diffuser

Warm and optimistic, this reed diffuser radiates a quiet springtime vitality throughout your surroundings. Rattan reeds absorb the scented oil, blooming a fragrance that’s uncommonly refreshing. A sophisticated green glass vessel enhances decor, making this air freshener an ideal gift for housewarmings or other occasions. Comes elegantly boxed for easy gift-giving.
Average Customer Rating:
3 out of 5
3
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1 out of 250%of reviewers would recommend to a friend
Customer Reviews for Woodland Violet & Mint Reed Diffuser
Review 1 for Woodland Violet & Mint Reed Diffuser
By:homescent
Favorite Thymes Fragrance:Frasier Fir
Location:Grafton, WI
Overall
1 out of 5
1 out of 5
headache
Date:February 13, 2014
So disappointed I spent so much money on this diffuser - couldn't sleep all night smelling the strong unattractive smell and had to get up and put it out in the garage.
Have always bought the Frasier Fir and was hoping for the same result as I love that one.
Unless someone can let me smell another diffuser before I buy it I will not buy an diffuser from Thymes again and spend that much money to hate it.
Wish I could get my money back.
Review 2 for Woodland Violet & Mint Reed Diffuser
By:talliegram
Favorite Thymes Fragrance:Frasier Fir
Location:Hudson Falls, NY
Overall
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Fab Fragrance
Date:August 13, 2013
I bought this from a high end gift shop a few months ago. I didn't really want to buy it but that's how I am.(lol)
After a few days of walking by them, (they sit in my entry way hallway) I started to stop and smell this beautiful reed diffuser, a mix of mint and violets and a woodsy smell.
A week ago people coming in to my home wanted to know what it was. They searched for candles and found none!
When I showed them the little bottle they were all amazed and they all wanted to know where I got it.
Everyone now visiting stops to smell the "violets" whether they are coming or going and I see a nice smile on their faces.