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Aroma Reed Diffuser (Premium Set)

Inspired by distinctive and historical essential oils of various countries, Akaliko team has delicately selected high-quality fragrance blends from every corner of the world in order to bring you ‘Famouse of the World Collection’, our fine collection of aroma reed diffuser. Exploring our ‘Famouse of the World Collection’, you will experience a timeless sensation of relaxation created by a unique touch of essential oils and senses of their origins.

1) Siamese Lemongrass: “Siam” had been the old name of Thailand which means ‘Land of Freedom’ before it was changed to “Thailand” in 1939. In addition, the word ‘Siam’ or ‘Siamese’ has been used to refer to Thai people and Thai characteristics and styles. Lemongrass is one of Thai herbs which have been used typically in Thai households for a long time. Being a famous home-grown vegetable in Thailand, lemongrass has a strong, distinctive aroma which made “Tom Yam Kung” one of the most famous recipes of the world. In the past, lemongrass oil extracted from the plant’s trunk was an ingredient of herbal medicine for illnesses. The oil can also be applied to skin in order to help relieve stress and exhaustion. The popularity of this local wisdom continues its rise making lemongrass essential oil the signature of Thai-style spa, while traditional Thai massage has long been regarded by many as the world’s best massage.

Scent Characteristic: Lemony, sweet smell revitalizes the tired body and relieves the symptoms of jetlag, clears headaches and stress relief

2) Oriental Jasmine: Presenting the very essence of tenderness and femininity, jasmine flowers make people fall in love with its scent. The name Jasmine is derived from Arabian “Yasmine”, meaning “gift from God”. Meanwhile, Jasmine is the symbol of mildness and beauty in Chinese paintings. Indians regard jasmine as “the Queen of the Night” since its sweet scent diffuses through the night, and Thais use jasmine as the symbol of motherly love. Moreover, being considered as the symbol of happiness and prosperous married life, jasmine flowers are widely used for weddings in Asia.

Scent Characteristic: Sweet, exotic and richly floral smell. Deeply relaxes, lifts depression and boosts confidence and revitalizing energy.

3) Japanese Blossom: In1912, Japan, seeking for the proper way to present the soul of its people, gave cherry blossom trees to the United States as a gift to celebrate the two nations’ friendship. Cherry blossom, known as “Sakura” in Japan, is the symbol not only of Japanese woman but also of the nation. Cherry blossom is very meaningful in Japanese culture since the Japanese believe that the flower represents the Buddha and luck. This belief is shown through Japanese arts including painting, utensil, instrument, and the country’s national dress called “Kimono” which represents feminine beauty and gentleness.
Scent Characteristic: Delicate floral aroma. Light and alluring, this fresh scent is reminiscent of the first blossoms of spring and refreshing sense.

4) Tibetan Sandalwood: Known as the roof of the world, Tibet is located at the highest mountains on earth and attracts a large number of people seeking for peace. Since Tibetan people dedicate their lives for religion and live their daily lives in a religious fashion, they spend most of their time praying and emphasizing religious practices in order to get merit. As sandalwood has been commonly used to make joss sticks and gum benjamin by Tibetans for more than 4,000 years, it has become an extremely vital element of Tibetan lifestyle. There is the scent of sandalwood everywhere in Tibet since sandalwood joss sticks are used to accompany daily worship in Tibetan households and traditional religious rituals. Furthermore, sandalwood is used for carving religious sculptures because Tibetans believe that the scent of sandalwood helps bring them wisdom during meditation and leads them to the way of the Buddha.

Scent Characteristic: A woody, exotic smell give you feeling superior and subtle. Wonderful aroma benefit to asthma, insomnia and believe to release sexual energy.

5) Australian Lavender: The use of lavender had been recorded for more than 2,500 years in ancient Greece history before the plant was widespread in Europe. In 1921, C. K. Denny, a highly skilled London perfumer, brought lavender to Tasmania, Australia. He founded “Bridestowe” a lavender farm producing the finest quality lavender flowers and lavender oil. In 1924, Australian lavender oil was first introduced to the world and widely talked about as a high-quality lavender essential oil equaling to a good-quality the French one. Meanwhile, the quality of soil, climate and mineral water in Australia has provided Australian lavender oil and fragrance with a more naturally tender sensation than that from France, making Australian lavender essential oil become a high-demand product of the world. Moreover, Australian government and manufacturers has focused on soil quality management in order to maintain natural elements of soils. Thus, land improvement strategies have been adopted for lavender farming. That is the reason why we choose Australian lavender.

Scent Characteristic: Light fresh aroma in between herb and flower. The oil is considered one of the safest essential oils for any allergic reactions

6) English Rose : An English Rose is an idea of a beautiful young and innocent English lady who has bright skin and fresh rosy cheeks, making us think of many high status ladies of worth. The rose is the national flower of England. Its usage dates from the reign of Henry VII who introduced the Tudor rose, a symbol of unity, combining a red rose, representing the House of Lancaster, and a white rose, representing the House of York, the city of his Queen. The rose is widely used as a historical symbol of England. Moreover, the rose has literary value since its presence as metaphors in poems and plays written by William Shakespeare as a symbol of true love. Therefore, the rose became the international symbol for love.

Scent Characteristic: Deep classic rosy, Elegant aroma can soothes and harmonizes the mind and helps with depression

Aroma Sachet (Perfume Sachet)

Inspired by distinctive and historical essential oils of various countries, Akaliko team has delicately selected high-quality fragrance blends from every corner of the world and volcanic rocks of good diffusion in order to bring you ‘Famous of the world collection of Aroma Sachet’. The collection provides you with the touch of essential oils and senses of their origins. Every aroma sachet in the collection can be used in cars, closets, travel luggage, drawers and beds in order to enhance freshness at your private place.

Siamese Lemongrass

“Siam” had been the old name of Thailand which means ‘Land of Freedom’ before it was changed to “Thailand” in 1939. In addition, the word ‘Siam’ or ‘Siamese’ has been used to refer to Thai people and Thai characteristics and styles. Lemongrass is one of Thai herbs which have been used typically in Thai households for a long time. Being a famous home-grown vegetable in Thailand, lemongrass has a strong, distinctive aroma which made “Tom Yam Kung” one of the most famous recipes of the world. In the past, lemongrass oil extracted from the plant’s trunk was an ingredient of herbal medicine for illnesses. The oil can also be applied to skin in order to help relieve stress and exhaustion. The popularity of this local wisdom continues its rise making lemongrass essential oil the signature of Thai-style spa, while traditional Thai massage has long been regarded by many as the world’s best massage.

Scent Characteristic: Lemony, sweet smell revitalizes the tired body and relieves the symptoms of jetlag, clears headaches and stress relief