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BARANDA  (noun)



varient: veranda


1. Spanish for railing or banister

2. A roofed platform along the outside of a house, level with the ground floor.


Reminiscent of a balcony garden oasis with rich floral earthy notes that will make people believe you aren't the plant killer we all know you are. 


Top notes: Honeysuckle, Bergamot and Lemon Peal

Middle notes: Jasmine, Cedar and Hemp

Base notes: Musk, Vetiver and Amber


Diffuser lasts 4+ months.

For optimal performance, flip reeds weekly or as needed.

Handcrafted and made in Los Angeles, CA. 

Baranda Goals Diffuser

  • Tip #1:

    To use, remove the cap and stopper. Add the cap back on and insert the reeds.

    Tip #2:

    Place your reed diffuser in a high traffic area, this encourages air circulation and lifts the fragrance.

    Tip #3:

    Use a coaster or plate under your diffuser to keep any oil drips from damaging your surfaces.

    Tip #4:

    Flip the reeds every 3-6 days to freshen the fragrance, taking care not to spill the oil.

    Tip #5:

    Keep reed diffuser outof the reach of children and pets.

    Tip #6:

    Keep your diffuser out of direct sunlight. Sunlight will alter the color of the oils and may affect the scent of the diffuser. 

    Tip #7:


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