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Basil, Mandarin & Cyclamen Refill 180ml

$69.00

Our Basil, Mandarin & Cyclamen is a masterfully blended fragrance containing lime, thyme, cyclamen; it transports your senses into spectacular opulence.

Lasts up to 9 months +

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Our Basil, Mandarin & Cyclamen is a masterfully blended fragrance containing lime, thyme, cyclamen; it transports your senses into spectacular opulence.

FRAGRANCE CLASSIFICATION: Citrus/ Green

Notes:

TOP - Lime, Mandarin, Citrus

MIDDLE - Basil, Thyme, Herbs

BASE - Jasmine, Cyclamen

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It is important to keep the reed sticks away from heat & direct sunlight, as it can dry out the sticks.

Flammable liquid. Never light reed sticks.
Do not ingest the oil.
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Keep out of reach of children & pets.
Ensure that gloves are used when handling the used oil reed sticks.

If accidental spillage occurs, clean up straight away, wipe with warm water & an absorbent cloth, as the oil may cause damage to certain surfaces if left.
Do not sit your diffuser next to any textiles, as they may absorb the oil from the diffuser.

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