Making that Christmas feeling last…

I love the build up to Christmas, sometimes it takes me a little while to get on board – but then in those last couple of weeks before the day itself I can’t help but want everything to be cosy and to have a hint of that Christmas cinnamon scent.

The only downside of Christmas has to be that it’s all over far too quickly! As I write this the big day is actually over, but my living room still feels nice and festive – I have a little bowl of chocolates slowly being munched away by my side, the Christmas tree is sparkling away and I have a girly flick on the TV – and it all smells of Christmas thanks to one of the below…

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First up, the Neom Christmas Wish Reed Diffuser – like all Neom products, it really is amazing at making a room completely fill with fragrance. This one, to me – smells just like a fresh pan of mulled wine bubbling away! Literally, like Christmas in a nutshell.

Best thing about this – Reed Diffusers last so long, the Christmas feeling will last long into the New Year!

If I really want to dial up the festive feeling again I have Cinnamon Nights from Treacle Moon to turn to. Which smells insanely, insanely, insanely good. Literally the sort of good that leaves you sniffing a bottle of shower gel at their desk at work – that good. This is like a slightly sweeter version of the mulled wine scent from the Neom. It smells delicious, good enough to eat.

So Christmas may very well be over, but if (like me) you want to extend Christmas just that little bit longer… these are two little goodies to turn to!

PR samples.

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2 Responses

  1. gleepface December 30, 2012 / 7:54 pm

    The Neom diffuser sounds so amazing. I’ve shockingly yet to try a reed diffuser, and I’m not really sure why because I LOVE scented everything.

  2. Suzanne Martin December 30, 2012 / 11:21 pm

    I have just bought the shower gel/bubble bath and cannot stop smelling it, am thinking of stocking up as it’s limited

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