[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] I think we’ve all got that cashmere loving friend that this ceramic would be absolutely perfect to gift with. I am that friend, by the way, love cashmere, not so keen on wool and the idea of having a moth repelling, beautifully designed and scented medallion to keep with my jumpers is just perfect.

Diptyque La Droguerie Ceramic For Wool Review

It’s got a gentle scent of lavender and cedarwood – it’s far away from the old moth balls of the past – a little bit powdery, a little bit woody and best yet, it can be re-fragranced when the scent begins to fade. Actually, this means that you can fragrance it with anything you want – my cashmere and wool is kept in a large zip up bag and I’m absolutely fastidious about putting anything back there as soon as it comes off my body so no moths have any chance of making it their home. If you keep your cashmeres under separate cover (which in honesty, you should) you can scent them any way you want with anything you have.

Diptyque La Droguerie Ceramic For Wool Review

Just ensure that the ceramic is fully dry before you insert it amongst your finest – the other option is to hang it on a rail in your wardrobe. If I had such a thing as a coat cupboard, I like the idea of scenting guests coats for them while they’re here – a fleeting lavender drift is a thing of pleasure. You can find it HERE for £40.


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