There is nothing I love more than candles, sprays, oils, plugins–if it smells good, I want it. As my family and I traveled around the world for the past 6 years, the first thing I did when we touched down and got settled in to our new home was find something sweet to freshen up the air. It was always a home run when I could find the oh-so recognizable Glade products on the foreign shelves. It is amazing how the sweet, familiar smell of Glade in my flat in Japan could make me feel at home. One of the conveniences of being back in the US is that I can find the products I know and love AND I get to test the latest and greatest scents and product lines.
I was super excited when Glam told us they were partnering with Glade, and jumped at the opportunity to be a part of it. Every Happy Hour Mom can enhance their home with a fresh Glade scent that is now packaged in sleek new designs that look great in any room. While I personally like your basic Glade scented candle, I am loving the new Glade Expressions® Fragrance Mist holder that blends in with the decor on my shelves. You really don’t even notice it is there, but I get a sweet reminder with every whiff : ) (plus my girls can’t blow it out when I turn my back)
So far, I have tried the Cotton & Italian Mandarin Glade Expressions® Fragrance Mist and love its fresh, clean smell. Next, I am going to try the Glade Expressions® Oil Diffuser at my office. I think it will be the perfect touch : ) What fragrance should I try–Fuji Apple & Cardamom Spice, Lavender & Juniper Berry, or Pineapple & Mangosteen? Share your favorite in the comments below…
Glade Expressions® Oil Diffuser releases a long-lasting fragrance for up to 30 days without the hassle of electricity. The spill-proof oil diffuser infuses layers of true-to-life scents throughout even the most open living spaces. The trendy holder matches décor perfectly, making it a convenient and stylish home-fragrancing option.
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