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What is a fragrance lamp and how does it work?
Contrary to the name, fragrance lamps are not used for illumination. They effectively clean and scent the air using a catalytic stone wick that burns an alcohol - based fragrance lamp oil. Once the fragrance lamp is filled with fragrance lamp oil to no more than 2/3 capacity, the fragrance lamp wick (which has been saturated with 91% alcohol) is seated in the neck of the fragrance lamp. The fragrance lamp wick is lit and allowed to burn for about two minutes before the flame is blown out. The vented crown is placed over the fragrance lamp wick, which continues to burn without a flame.
What are the instructions for using the Makes-Scents Fragrance Lamp?
The Makes Scents Fragrance Lamp includes:
What other fragrances can I blend using DIY Fragrance Lamp Oil Concentrate?
See the Scent Recipes page for lots of great ideas and use the Blending Kit to make your blending easy and mess-proof.
How can I get a stubborn fragrance lamp stone wick to burn?
Fragrance lamp stone wicks can become clogged and stubborn to light or keep burning due to drafty rooms, humidity, sitting in a filled, unlit lamp (which naturally happens when they are clogged and go out), and other factors. Try these tips to get your stone wick burning again:
What is a car diffuser?
Car Scenter Diffusers are plug-in car air fresheners, that still today, are one of the few plug in aroma diffusers scented car air fresheners. The diffusers plugs into any cigarette lighter and gradually warms the heating element in the aromatherapy diffuser.
How does a car diffuser work?
Simply place 2-5 drops of undiluted fragrance oil on the scent pad, insert the scent pad into the aroma tray, and plug the unit into your cigarette lighter. Diffuser uses a heating plate to disburse scent.
What are Reed Diffusers and How do they work?
Reed diffusers are the best where candles cannot be burned.
Strong, vibrant scents. No risk of fire.
Reed diffusers have a wonderful aromatic scent while being flame-free.
Absolutely no heat is needed. This makes them safe for classrooms, offices, nursing homes, homes.
WARNING: Heating reed diffuser scents is VERY DANGEROUS as they are FLAMMABLE!!!!!!
Reed diffusers emanate NO soot or film onto your furniture, walls and ceiling.
The BEST thing about Reed Diffusers? They last for months!
Pour the oil into the diffuser bottle, insert sticks.
Turn over once to expose oil-moistened sticks to air.
The oil will continue to wick up the sticks and scent your room for several months.
Turn sticks upside down occasionally to refresh scent. (When the oil is finally used up, simply pour in an oil refill and replace the diffuser sticks.)
What are the Reeds made of?
Reed is very porous and excellent for diffusion. Each 3mm reed stick contains 20 or more individual cellular sections that run from top to bottom of the reed- like 20 micro-mini straws, totally open to pull liquid from bottom to top.
This wicks the fragrance from inside the bottle, carries it to the top surface of the reed, and releases the fragrance into the air naturally. Our reed supplier has been in the reed business for 25 years. They absolutely stand by these facts.
How much diffuser oils should I use in my diffuser?
Start out with a full or half full bottle of oil. 4 to 8 oz of oil in a typical 8 oz bottle.
This will not only allow the oil to enter from the ends of the reed, but also, to permeate the reed sides too.
The diffusion will take place faster and stronger. The fragrance will continue to diffuse as long as there's any amount of diffuser oil in the bottle.
However, if you start with just 2 oz., it will take a much longer amount of time for the oil to begin diffusing, since it will be wicking purely through the capillary action on the bottom ends of the reeds.
How many reeds should I use in my diffuser?
10 to 12 reeds will diffuse plenty of scent with our fragrance diffuser oils. If the bottle neck is a little wider, 15 reeds look and diffuse fine too.
Can I dilute Fragrance with water to make a diffuser blend?
No. Oil and water don't mix. The viscosity is totally different too. You'll end up with uneven wicking and warped reeds.
Why can't I re-use the reeds over and over?
Once the sticks are totally saturated, the cells in the reeds get somewhat clogged and lose their ability to pull the scent up into the reeds and throw the fragrance into the room.
Needless to say, you definitely can't move the reeds to a different scent of oil- because the cells will be clogged with the previous scent of fragrance diffuser oil. You won't get a pure scent transfer.
Will airing the reeds outside "clean" them?
No. The reeds are saturated with oil.
Oil doesn't evaporate in the same way that water does.
My bottle is not empty but my fragrance doesn't seem to be diffusing.
Add new reeds and your fragrance oil will start up again. Occasionally reeds may become saturated.
What is an Oil Warmer?
Our distinctive Warmers melt specially formulated wax and oil with the heat of a low-watt light bulb or
heating element, and enhance your home with more than 80 fragrances safely, with no
flame, smoke, or soot.
Go according to the instructions on your Oil Warmer Box. Many do not have a time recommendation, the adjustable ones allow you to adjust the intensity therefore can be left on for longer periods of time. Still not recommended to leave unattended.
How do I clean out my Oil Warmer?
Pour Oil into a disposable container and wipe the warmer with a paper towel.
How do I use my Oil Warmer?
1. Plug in your warmer and turn it on.
2. Your warmer should be approximately 1/4 full of oil.
Can I use Warming Oil in my Fragrance Lamp or Fragrance Lamp Oil in my Oil Warmer?
You can not use warming oil in your Fragrance Lamp, warming oil has been mixed with a carrier oil to prevent burning or scorching. It will not mix with alcohol which is needed for the fragrance oil. Please do not use warming oil in your Fragrance Lamp.
Fragrance Lamp oil is concentrated oil therefore to use in an Oil Warmer it must be mixed with water or a carrier oil.
Instructions for the Essential Oil Diffuser / Aroma Humidifier (Mocha) / Ultrasonic Aroma Humidifier
White Essential Oil Diffuser User Manual:
Carrier and Essential Oil Chart:
Argan Oil is rich in vitamin E and various essential fatty acids. Argan oil has amazing healing, conditioning, and anti-aging properties to keep skin nourished and revitalized. It is gentle enough to use on all skin types and can help with skin conditions including acne. A staple ingredient in most anti-aging products, easily absorbs into skin to give a youthful glow.
The health benefits of beeswax for the skin are almost too many to count. Obviously, one of the best benefits of using beeswax on the skin is the moisturizing and the softening. Unlike the artificial and often petroleum based chemicals added to many moisturizers and skin care lotions to aid in absorption, beeswax contains Vitamin A and provides long-term moisturizing, actually locking moisture into the skin.
Carrot Seed Oil:
Carrot Seed Oil is rich in beta carotene, vitamins A and E and pro-vitamin A. Helps to heal dry, chapped and cracked skin, balances the moisture in skin, may reduce wrinkles, removes toxic build-up in the skin and improves complexion. A little goes along way, absorbs quickly, not greasy.
Coconut oil is naturally antibacterial and antifungal. Known to increase antioxidants and self-healing compounds resulting in rapid formation of cells and blood vessels in harmed areas and are known to have considerable anti-aging effects.
Geranium Oil is an astringent, cytophylactic, cicatrisant, antibacterial, antimicrobial, which means it tightens and firms the skin, encourages skin cell regeneration, evens skin tone, promotes healing and balances oils in the skin.
Jojoba Oil is similar to the natural oils in human skin therefore is absorbed quickly without feeling greasy. Over time can shrink the size of your pores. It is used to prevent skin infections from acne, insect bites and fungal infections and can treat skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema and rosacea.
Rosehip Seed Oil:
Rosehip seed oil is considered“dry” oil, meaning that it soaks into the skin easily, and does not leave a greasy residue. This unique oil is extremely high in essential fatty acids and has carried much respect amongst professional journals and organizations as being a great agent in the fight against dry, weathered, and dehydrated skin. It works wonders on scars and is the predominant oil used for treating wrinkles and premature aging. It is a wonderful hydrator, and penetrates dry or damaged skin immediately. Rosehip seed oil is a safe, effective, and non-invasive product for preventing and healing damaged skin.
(More information on Carrier and Essential Oils to be added soon)