Snazzy Imports makes this beautiful Italian handmade ceramic essential oil diffuser.
Each Snazzy Imports diffuser is hand made by Ceramiche Viva, a boutique manufacturer located near Deruta, Italy. Deruta’s ceramic pottery industry dates back to the thirteenth century. Ceramiche Vivia strives to keep Deruta’s long tradition of quality hand made ceramic pottery alive while utilizing unique shapes and modern decors.
My new favorite diffuser is my one from Snazzy Imports.
I have a two other essential oil diffusers but this one is my favorite. I love essential oils. Essential oils are great for not just to freshen the air but they are a great alternative to some medications for simple health concerns. (You should always follow the advice of a health care professional for health care).
These are handmade so each one has a slightly different design. No two diffusers are exactly the same.
This diffuser is different in that it does not use water or electricity. Each set includes the following:
- Stone diffuser with fresco decor
- Glass tube to hold fragrance
- Ceramic cap for top of glass tube
- Five rattan sticks
- One bottle of essential fragrance
Snazzy Imports makes it easy to use this diffuser. Pour the liquid essentail oil into the glass tube that is inserted into the stone. The reeds go into the tube of oil. Then add the lid. The reeds will fill up with the oils and that is what gives off the fragrance.
You can easy fit this diffuser on a table or a book shelf. It’s 5.5 inches in length, 4.7 inches in width, and 4.7 inches in height. I feel this diffuser will fit into any decor of your home. It’s beautiful and unique. It would make a great gift for anyone that is into oil diffusers.
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