Unsure of how much fragrance to use in your diffusers? Want to learn more about the different room spray bases we stock? Below, we will go through recommended ratios for each base and diffuser glass size, the different reeds we stock and more!

Diffuser

vegan diffuser base

Due to the viscosity of both the diffuser base and the oils, we would advise measuring these in grams to ensure that you are using the correct percentages.  

Fragrance oil 

We advise using 8-10% of concentrated fragrance oil with 92-90% of base. We typically use 15-20% of fragrance and then 85-80% Augeo, however, this will very much depend on the fragrance. We can only recommend testing to ensure you are happy with the finished product. 

This has been broken down below for our 100ML and 165ML bottles –  

100ML - (80/20) 80G of base to 20G of fragrance or (85/15) – 85G of base to 15G of fragrance.  

165ML – (80/20) 132G of base to 33G of fragrance or (85/15) – 140.25G of base to 24.75G of fragrance.  

Essential Oil 

We have found that less is more when using essential oils. We would advise testing with the ratios of 85/15 or 90/10. This has been broken down below for our 100ML and 165ML bottles –  

100ML - (85/15) 85G of base to 15G of fragrance or (90/10) – 90G of base to 10G of essential oil.  

165ML – (85/15) 140.25G of base to 24.75G of fragrance or (90/10) – 148.5G of base to 16.5G of essential oil.  

Please ensure to check the IFRA certificate for each fragrance to ensure that it is suitable for use in a diffuser. This can be found on the product page of the website.  

Once the base and the oil are in your diffuser bottle – tighten your cap with the stopper or EPE wad – and give it a really good shake.  

Reeds 

We have two types of reeds available in different lengths and colours. These are rattan reeds and fibre reeds.  

Rattan reeds are made using natural rattan – due to the nature of the product, these reeds can vary in appearance.  

Fibre reeds are made from synthetic materials and are uniform in appearance.  

You may be able to use 6-8 of the longer reeds (3.5 x 250) or five or six of the shorter reeds (6mm x 175mm.  

diffuser

Augeo

Due to the viscosity of both the diffuser base and the oils, we would advise measuring these in grams to ensure that you are using the correct percentages.

Fragrance oil 

We advise using 8-10% of concentrated fragrance oil with 92-90% of base. We typically use 15-20% of fragrance and then 85-80% Augeo, however, this will very much depend on the fragrance. We can only recommend testing to ensure you are happy with the finished product. 

This has been broken down below for our 100ML and 165ML bottles –  

100ML - (80/20) 80G of base to 20G of fragrance or (85/15) – 85G of base to 15G of fragrance.  

165ML – (80/20) 132G of base to 33G of fragrance or (85/15) – 140.25G of base to 24.75G of fragrance.   

Essential Oil 

We have found that less is more when using essential oils. We would advise testing with the ratios of 85/15 or 90/10. This has been broken down below for our 100ML and 165ML bottles –  

100ML - (85/15) 85G of base to 15G of fragrance or (90/10) – 90G of base to 10G of essential oil.  

165ML – (85/15) 140.25G of base to 24.75G of fragrance or (90/10) – 148.5G of base to 16.5G of essential oil.  

Please ensure to check the IFRA certificate for each fragrance to ensure that it is suitable for use in a diffuser. This can be found on the product page of the website.  

Once the base and the oil are in your diffuser bottle – tighten your cap with the stopper or EPE wad – and give it a really good shake.  

Reeds 

We have two types of reeds available in different lengths and colours. These are rattan reeds and fibre reeds.  

Rattan reeds are made using natural rattan – due to the nature of the product, these reeds can vary in appearance.  

Fibre reeds are made from synthetic materials and are uniform in appearance.  

You may be able to use 6-8 of the longer reeds (3.5 x 250) or five or six of the shorter reeds (6mm x 175mm.

room sprays

cyclomethicone

This is a silicone-based room spray and linen mist base. When using this, we would advise using a maximum load of 5%.

Please ensure to check the IFRA certificate of the fragrance you will be using to seek clarification that it is suitable to be used in a room spray.  

When testing the spray, we would advise using a discreet area to ensure that you are pleased with the outcome. The onus is on you to carry out your testing first before releasing it into the market for sale – fragrances can cause damage to surfaces so please make sure you fully test your finished product.  

room sprays

ecosystem mist base

This is a vegan-friendly and cruelty-free base. The maximum load for this would be 5%.  

Once you have added the base and the fragrance that you require to your chosen spray bottle, you are able to give these a good shake to ensure that they are fully mixed.  

Please ensure to check the IFRA certificate of the fragrance you will be using to seek clarification that it is suitable to be used in a room spray.  

When testing the spray, we would advise using a discreet area to ensure that you are pleased with the outcome. The onus is on you to carry out your testing first before releasing it into the market for sale – fragrances can cause damage to surfaces so please make sure you fully test your finished product.  

Please note:

Testing:

Please ensure you conduct your own testing to ensure you are satisfied with the finished product as the above information only provides you with a starting point for your testing.

CLP:

Your CLP label must be present at the point of purchase, meaning that if you sell online, the CLP information must be present on the product page. You are required by law to label your products and packaging. Our CLP label design tool is freely available to create your labels for all your products.

Generic Warning Labels: You may be able to use a generic warning label if the used oil doesn`t trigger any hazard warnings under CLP regulation. You can confirm this by referring to our free CLP label design tool to ensure you remain legally compliant, as the generic warning label doesn`t display any hazard-relating information.