Friday, March 13, 2009

Good Smells from New York City

It was the end of a long day at the office and I was looking forward to coming home and enjoying the evening in my living room. As I walked through the door, I was amazed to find an order that assaulted my nostrils like an elephant stomping a mouse. I couldn’t tell if it was the basket of onions on the kitchen counter… or the trash can with garbage fermenting in the bottom… or maybe the Frankenstein monster farted?

Okay, well maybe not that last one… but the stink was tremendously obnoxious to my olfactory senses. I needed something that would make my place smell better. I thought about a little spray… but spraying all over the place can be messy… especially when the nozzle clogs and shoots out huge droplets that leave unsightly stains.

The plug-ins are okay… but sometimes they are either so weak you just get scented stink… or they get so overpowering it is like you are in the gas chamber or something. So, my local florist turned me on to the reed diffusers. You have a decorative glass container filled with reed diffuser oil, and organic bamboo reeds that are as aesthetic as they are functional.

Recently, I was browsing Sabon at http://sabonnyc.com/ and saw that they have an awesome collection of reed diffusers.

If you live in or are planning to visit New York, you might want to pay a visit to Sabo to check out their great selection of items. They primarily stock cosmetic and beauty supplies… but they also have a great selection of items that can make (and keep) your house or apartment smelling ever so lovely. If New York is too far away to travel, go online at http://SabonNYC.com/ and enjoy their great selection.

And, if you are already an aficionado of reed diffusers, you can find a great selection of reed diffuser oil... and maybe even a personal fragrance for your next hot date?

Sponsored by: Sabon New York.

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