It’s spring! I’m embracing it with cleaning, organizing, and doing a little redecorating. Overall I am ready to freshen things up!
In an effort to freshen things up, I have been using a Lampe Berger Paris fragrance lamp for a few weeks, and it’s been a really different experience.
My husband hates air freshners. HATES them. He dislikes anything with a strong scent, and he really gets annoyed with air freshners that plug in. He was always knocking them over, and he was convinced our toddler would start playing with them when he got older. So basically air freshners are a “talking point” in our house.
When I was provided a Lampe Berger Paris fragrance lamp a couple weeks ago, I was excited to give it a try! It has a really sleek design, and it looked like it fit right into our decor.
My starter kit included the fragrance lamp, wick, a funnel for the fragrance, the So Neutral home fragrance, and as a bonus I recived the Amber Elegance home fragrance.
It’s a very simple process to use your Lampe Berger. You pour the home fragrance into the lamp using the funnel provided, and then insert the wick back into the lamp. Once it soaks for 20 minutes you may light the lamp for 2 minutes. Then you blow the flame out and let the lamp purify your home.
The So Neutral fragrance was great for my picky husband. It deoterised our home, but didn’t release a scented fragrance. It was great after a meal to eliminate the smell of spaghetti and meatballs!
The So Neutral fragrance can also be used in between two fragrances when you want to change them up to clean the oil burner. The Amber Elegance scent seemed citrusy and very pleasant.
Having a dog in the house means that the outdoors is always coming inside. Dirt, snow, sand – whatever the season is, my dog is bringing it into the house. After running in the snow, he ends up having that “wet dog smell”, so freshening up that scent in our home is pretty important.
Overall I was very happy with my Lampe Berger Paris fragrance lamp, and I am looking forward to trying out some new scents.
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