Cosy Christingle Diffuser

Regular price £24.00 Save £-24.00
-8 in stock

Our generous and long-lasting 100ml diffusers, fragranced with essential oils, made from steam-distilled plants and fruits. They're presented with a set of long lasting wooden sticks in a branded, cotton Cosy Cottage bag.

Our seasonal fragrance for Christmas 2021; a gorgeously natural scent using our own unique blend of sweet orange, cinnamon leaf, cedarwood and clove essential oils. 

These attractive diffusers are presented in a high quality, glass container which can be refilled and reused when exchanged at our store in Malton, North Yorkshire.

The naturally derived essential oils are free from potentially harmful synthesised limonoids and provide a gentle, natural scent to your home. 

Our carefully selected , long-lasting diffuser base is suitable for vegans, is not harmful to humans, animals, or the environment and uses innovative technology from renewable resources. Additionally this base is non-flammable, and is not made from petrochemicals.

As with all diffusers and home fragrance products, the diffuser contents should not be consumed, the reeds should not be ignited, the product should be kept away from pets and children and should not be allowed to come into contact with polished surfaces  

Please note that these products do have a small plastic bung in the top of the bottle to stop leakage and evaporation prior to purchase. The bottles and the plastic bungs can be returned to us in person to our store in Malton for refilling and re-use. 

We take the impact we have on the planet very seriously. The packaging used for this product can be recycled. When we post your items, any ‘plastic-like’ packaging we may use, including clear bags and bubble wrap, is made from biodegradable plant derived material that will compost in one year. So feel free to put it on your compost heap!

We reuse fully recyclable cardboard boxes we get from our suppliers where we see fit but your package will always look great and smell even better.

Check your local recycling facilities at https://www.recyclenow.com/what-to-do-with


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