As someone who used to live in student accommodation, diffusers were my way of creating a blissful space to come home to. Anything with smoke was a big no-no in bedrooms; so without scented candles, diffusers offered a way to have natural fragrances that would freshen a room without making it smell like a toilet.
Each collection has its own design elements, but the Therapy Range is timeless with the simple brown class bottles stamped with the Aromatherapy Co. Label. there are no bows, stripes, or spots; just a diffuser that can easily blend into any room of the house.
The diffusers are made of two parts: the fragrance oil that is inside the glass bottle, and the reeds. The porous reeds carry the oil up through the sticks and the scent flows into the rest of the room. They're a lot less intrusive than spray room fragrances and the smell is far more natural.
The diffusers tend to work better in smaller rooms; in larger rooms the scent can get lost as there's just too much space. After a while the reeds will become less effective as they soak up too much oil, you can always replace them with new ones if you find the diffuser isn't working as well as before. Ultimately the main concern with having a diffuser is that you don't accidentally knock it over; cleaning up fragrance oil is not a fun task.
The Therapy Range is a stylish collections of natural scents that can help breath a bit of life into any room of the house. You don't have to worry about stocking up on matches or oil burners, just set up your diffuser and let it get to work.