Nag Champa Travel Diffuser
Handmade in Tasmania, Australia using all natural, organic, local & Australian sourced ingredients.
Great little product to have in your car, truck, caravan or any other travel vehicle where you would like to have the smell of new leather. Nag Champa is an Indian fragrance commonly found in incense. It contains a large portion of sandalwood essential oils with notes of frangipani, patchouli, vanilla, musk and amber
Ingredients: Diffuser Base, Nag Champa Fragrance
Use: Before use remove lid and take out the small plastic insert, then re-apply lid and hang safely.
Disclaimer: As this product contains Essential Oils please read our disclaimer at bottom of the page or seek professional medical advice prior to purchasing.
Warning for Travel Diffusers:
Re-fresh fragrance by tipping the bottle upside down. Instructions for use:
1. Twist and remove bottle lid. Carefully remove the clear plastic stopper from the top of the bottle.
2. Replace and tighten lid.
3. Tip the bottle upside down for 1-2 seconds so that the fragrance absorbs into the wooden lid. Do not over saturate timber with fragrance. Replace plastic stopper.
4. Hang in your car or around the home. * Take care not to spill liquid when refreshing fragrance. Remove from car and tighten lid before tipping upside down.
DO NOT USE WHERE DRIVER’S VISIBILITY OR VIEW OF INSTRUMENTS MAY BE OBSCURED. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. DO NO LEAVE BOTTLE LYING ON A SURFACE, HANG AT ALL TIMES OR LEAKAGE WILL OCCUR.
Ensure bottle lid is kept tight at all times or leakage will occur. If leakage does occur, clean surface immediately. To avoid breakage, remove bottle if travelling over bumpy surfaces. Do not allow the lid or string or liquid contents, to come into contact with plastics or painted surfaces. Avoid contact with eyes, skin or clothing. Prolonged exposure to high interior temperature must be avoided. If outside temperature exceeds 30 degrees Celsius remove bottle and place in sealed container to avoid leakage or damage. Manufacturer takes no responsibility for improper use.