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Molton Brown Naran Ji Air

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Brand: Molton Brown / Type: Room & Linen Spray / Category: Home Fragrance

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      09.03.2011 10:51
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      Naran Ji Air

      I absolutely love Molton Brown products for their uniqueness and top quality products and have a number of them dotted around my house for different purposes, for example I have hand lotions, soaps and room fragrances. Molton Brown first started out as a hair salon in Mayfair with all their retail products hand-mixed in the upstairs from nettles and chamomile. I think this is probably what has led them to using some interesting smell and ingredients in their products. Examples of these include davana blossom, celestial maracuja and inspiring wild indigo.

      One of my favourite items they have are their "Air" products. These are described as special blends of fragrant oils to scent and enhance your home, reflect your mood and personalise your space. They come in lots of different fragrances but the smell that I have is the Naran Ji fragrance. Molton Brown describe this as, "A room fragrance spray that will inject an aroma of orange, neroli and grapefruit. Essential oils fuse to inject a fresh, citrus scent into your home." This does have a lovely aroma in my opinion. I do find it rather spicy and a little bit overpowering when you first spray it but once it settles down it leaves you with a wonderful warm fruity type smell. It also includes zesty aromas of orange, Egyptian basil, Russian carvi, thyme and blackcurrant.

      It's very easy to use. It comes with a spray function at the top of the bottle and you basically just spray it around the room you want to add scent to. I find it's quite good to spray it on curtains on furnishings if you really want to keep the smell locked it. I have never sprayed it directly onto these, just in the general area but any product that does get on these items has never made any stains so I think it's quite a safe product to use. The smell really does last for quite a while and if you leave a room and come back again a while later you can still smell the wonderful fragrance.

      The nice thing is that there are other products in the Naran Ji range, such as soap and hand lotion and so you can really match the rest of the collection and make your whole home smell like this product if you wish. A 100ml bottle of this air will cost you £21.50 and is available on the internet or in-store.

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