Mia Maison White Tea and Ginger Diffuser Review
Lifestyle,  Scent

Mia Maison White Tea and Ginger Diffuser Review

It’s a lazy Friday but I will not let this gloomy weather stop me from sharing with you my Mia Maison White Tea and Ginger Diffuser Review. I’m rhyming again, give me some credit! If you’re also allergic to foul smells, keep reading.

I am not familiar with the Mia Maison brand and I’ve only encountered it through my mom. She’s a dentist and she receives a lot of presents from her clients. What they don’t know is that those gifts end up on… ME.

I did a little research and found that it’s locally made which made me even happier and you’re going to find out soon as to why.

Mia Maison White Tea and Ginger Diffuser Review by Amanda of Filipinow

Mia Maison White Tea and Ginger Diffuser

The variant I got is in reeds which don’t deal with bringing humidity unlike a classic diffuser.

However, I prefer it over diffusers I regularly use because it’s hassle-free as I don’t have to replace the water and plug the gizmo like I normally would.

The only thing that I don’t like about diffuser reeds is even if they give amazing sillage, they don’t last very long making them quite expensive to maintain.

Diffuser reeds are like straws that come with an open fragrance bottle that you display, as you would a candle. Once the reeds are standing upright inside the bottle, they will start spreading the fragrance onto the air.

Let’s head on the most vital part of this Mia Maison White Tea and Ginger Diffuser Review…

My Experience

Fragrance No. 31 A.K.A. White Tea and Ginger is a scent that’s a perfect accompaniment to a pre-slumber moment.

If you love citrusy and spicy scents, this combo is for you.

Even if I find citrus-based scents quite invigorating, this one is very relaxing for some reason.

I can’t quite point out what ingredient calms me but I’m just going to share with you how I feel whenever I take a whiff of it.

Imagine yourself in a vacation house somewhere in a forest in Japan while you drink oolong tea at around 30 minutes just before dusk settles in… with a view of a gloomy weather from a room at the mountain top.

That is very descriptive so I’m pretty sure you get the gist lol.

Apart from the sillage which will definitely wow your visitors, the scent lasts 24-hours long.

Whenever I find the scent getting a little too overbearing, I don’t switch the ends of the reeds anymore and just leave the fragrance as it is.

However, whenever I’m just starting the day, I love to expose the end that has been soaked in fragrance overnight to give me another round of Mia Maison magic.

Mia Maison White Tea and Ginger Diffuser Review Final Words

Mia Maison Fragrance 31

The product retails at 500+ PHP per 80ml. The one that I have is in 100ml and it lasted me for a little less than 2 weeks.

It’s quite costly but definitely fairer than other diffuser reeds available in the market.

The packaging is very appealing, simple, quaint, and will go with every kind of décor.

Will I purchase it for myself? Yes, and it will only be used on special occasions such as if a hot guy drops by my place.

Something on a daily basis? It’s quite pricey for me to maintain but someday, I will.

  • Packaging: 5/5
  • Scent: 6/5
  • Sillage: 6/5
  • Longevity: 2/5
  • Price: 4/5
  • Availability: 5/5

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Have an amazing Lunar New Year!

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Signature of Amanda

An Aquarius full time Spinster and Poodle mom.

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