Sunday, September 25, 2016

Lampe Berger Review

Do you know of a better way to make your home smell nice and inviting other than a lamp from Lampe Berger? Recently I was sent this lovely lamp.
and with this came the fragrance of Orange Cinnamon. I think this will be nice for this time of year being autumn and with Christmas not that far away.
Orange scent is always nice and makes any home smell good and the cinnamon in with it is even more pleasant. This is the Satin Red Lampe. I love the bright color too.This lamp also comes in matted white so either color would be great at holiday time.


With the kit you get the lamp, the scent and a funnel to pour in the scent.First you fill the lamp with scent, then you put in the wick and you wait for 20 minutes if its your first time using the lamp. You then light the top of the lamp (wick) and wait for 2 minutes then blow out the flame. Put the cap which is open all the way around for the scent to escape from and then sit back and enjoy while the lamp cleanses and perfumes your home. Once the 20 minutes of use is up, take the top off and replace it with the solid cap to close it. Then it will be ready for the next time you use it. It is recommended not to exceed the 20 minutes for a room of 8 sq. metres.
Your home will smell so great.

You can always replace the scent if you have more by adding some So Neutral blend *about 50 ml* to the lamp. Let it work for 20 minutes then cap the lamp and when its cold, fill it with the new fragrance. Be careful not to go past the maximum level for filling the lamp of 2/3 full. You never mix 2 different Lampe Berger Home Fragrances with the only exception being the adding of So Neutral.

It was in 1898 the amazing Lampe Berger story started. Maurice Berger was a pharmaceutical dispenser who invented a system of diffusion
by catalysis, for which he filed a patent.

With over 5 million litres of fragrances and 800,000 lamps sold every year around the world, Lampe Berger is still a huge success, over a century after it was invented. It was always a French company from the start but enjoys a truly international reputation, distributed in 56 countries, present in 7,000 sales outlets around the world.

I love Lampe Berger and if you would like to take a look at all the fragrances and the lamps they offer you can check them out here. They would make a wonderful gift for someone for Christmas.
http://www.lampeberger.ca/

3 comments:

Mel said...

lampe berge makes wonderful fragrances!

Lynda Cook said...

I have never tried these, but would love too, one of these days I will have enough money to get one, or maybe, just maybe I will be able to win one!!

kathy downey said...

I have yet to try these but i have heard many good things about them !