Diptyque Launches Electric Wall Plug-In

The world renowned fragrance house has launched a genius new way to keep your whole house scented, all day long.

Electric diffusers.

The latest arrival to hit the Un Air de Diptyque collection is thought to be it’s best and unlike its sticky sweet predecessor, the Diptyque electric wall diffuser is much more sleek looking and long lasting.

It works using scented cartridges that can be kept up to three months after opening. All you have to do is slip your favourite Diptyque fragrance cartridge into the diffuser.

You change the refill cartridge in your Diptyque wall diffuser at any time, as the diffuser cleverly does not retain any traces of the previously used fragrance. The refill will last for 40 hours of continuous use.

The cartridge come in a variety of scents including the classic ‘Baies’, which is a floral warm scent that has become the trademark of the brand.

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