Wednesday, 26 November 2014

ScentSicles Review



Now I have a real Christmas tree each year, I love the look and more importantly the scent of the spruce we buy. Its  the fragrance I associate with Christmas. We collect new ornaments each year and as the scent of the pine lessens I tend to use scented room sprays and candles to keep the seasonal aroma going. 

This is why I agreed to try out ScentSicles this year. Theses are scented tree ornaments are 6 in each container, priced at £6 


For those who have a fake tree, this  is the chance to experience the aroma of a real tree and make your tree smell fresh cut as spruce and fir are two of the scents you can buy.

ScentSicles are the much-loved scented ornament from the US that has launched in the UK, which are the perfect stocking filler or gift for the home this festive season.

I had a nosy on the Us website and they seem to be very popular 500, 000 sold the day I looked and they are several hours behind. 


The ScentSicles can be ornaments on your tree, tucked into wreaths and garlands and added to gift wrapping to give that extra luxury touch. Despite being made of paper they are very solid, the top hook is sturdy and they look nice. I adore the Winter Spruce aroma and for those that love cinnamon, the scent is very exact. I love the idea of adding to gifts and already spared a couple, however I will be keeping most to add around the house.

The claim to give you 30 days of pure Christmas scent is good. I cannot wait for my tree to go up at the weekend as these will be hung to give a lovely fragrance!!

Made from all-natural, biodegradable paper, sourced from sustainably managed forests and infused to the core with a pure fragrance, ScentSicles offer a greener way to scent the home.

ScentSicles are available from John Lewis and leading Garden Centres across the UK at £6 per pack of 6 and come in four different scents: White Winter FirChristmas Time SpruceSnow Berry Wreath and Two Dashes of Cinnamon. 

15 comments:

  1. these sounds amazing! what a fab idea. I love the smell of cinnamon

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  2. Oh wow I love the sound of these, I have a lot of candles and recently tried a reed diffuser so think this is next on my list xxx


    BlondeOfCarbs

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  3. We are not having a real Christmas tree this year because our 10 month old is crawling and we know he will pull it down.
    These are amazing, I am going to get some to make my house smell wonderful, and make it feel like our plastic tree is real :)

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  4. Yes they sound interesting,hope to see some round our area I would like to try the Christmas Spruce

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  5. These sound great. I would have trouble picking a favourite. Thanks for the reviw; I'll be keeping an eye out for these when I'm out shopping.

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  6. What a great idea, I will get some of these... thanks for reviewing.

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  7. If you stuck it up your nose it would be a fart saver!

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  8. These are a very environmentally friendly way of having the smell of the real tree yet not cutting one down !! LOVE IT !!!

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  9. I have seen these in the shops and was tempted to buy them, now I've read this review I will definitely give them a try!

    kirstyjfox AT yahoo DOT com

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  10. My wife will love these as she likes nice smells.

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  11. I would imagine you would only hang one at a time as the scents would get confusing!

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  12. These sound great with nice scents!

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  13. I've never seen these before. I'll have to have a look out for them.

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