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Lampe Berger Paris is now in Canada! #Lampeberger

Lampe Berger originated in 1898, bringing fresh scents to homes.  Now serving 56 countries, they have a vast collection of lamps with an incredible variety of designs, styles and materials. 15 new models are created annually, each one requiring 18 months of work. They hold a collection of 100 lamps currently. These lamps not only give a nice scent, they cleanse the air as well.
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I was sent a beautiful lamp, the Perle boxed set to be exact. I set straight to the instructions and started to follow. It is easy to do, they even include a funnel for you.
So after you pour it in, 2/3 full, you add the wick, and leave it to set 20 minutes. Then the fun part comes...
You light it on fire. You have to let it burn for 2 minutes. This gets the fragrance going through. It's like magic. Then you blow it out and put the protective cap on. I warn you, do not touch the cap with your bare fingers after putting it on for any reason. You will burn yourself. Though there is no flame it still burns. Use a cloth or something to take the protective cap on. You will need to remove the cap when you want to shut it off. It is only advised to use 20 minutes in very large rooms.
Looks are deceiving... that pretty cap is hot right now! 
Still it is a beautiful design, and a beautiful dark brown color. I love the 'Home' scent they provided. It was soft and elegant at the same time. I didn't let it burn twenty minutes though, after 10 minutes my 1800 sq. ft. apartment was immersed in a fresh scent. That was great since I have two dogs. You all know how stinky that can get!
I definitely recommend this for your home or for a great gift idea. The lamp can be lit around 200 times before you need a new one. That provides great value for a luxury fragrance in the home.
Check out Lampe Berger on their website and Facebook. You won't regret it. Also check out their store locator in Canada.


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  1. this would be great for when winter hits and those windows stay closed, and you can smell the scent throughout the home

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