Fragrance Lamps and DIY Fragrance Lamp Oil by HVH

Fragrance Lamps, Fragrance Lamp Oil & Wicks

Fragrance Lamps, also known as effusion lamps or catalytic fragrance lamps, were developed more than 100 years ago to purify the air in hospitals. Today, there is still no better method than fragrance lamps for eliminating, not just masking, odors in your home.

Shop HVH for $15 fragrance lamps (effusion lamps, catalytic fragrance lamps), $3 DIY fragrance lamp oil, $3 stone wicks and $3 shipping. 

The HVH Fragrance Lamp with Stone Wick works exactly the same as more expensive brands, and it's assembled right here in the USA... by me! Replacement stone wicks will fit any standard-sized fragrance lamp.

Blending fragrance lamp oil for your fragrance lamp is easy and economical with DIY Fragrance Lamp Oil Concentrate Vials in more than 100 popular fragrances. Simply add the contents of one scent vial to a 16 oz. bottle of 91% Isopropyl Alcohol.

Don't miss the Fragrance Lamp FAQ section for answers to many of your most frequent questions regarding fragrance lamps, including how to blend your own fragrance lamp oil and keep your fragrance lamps operating at peak efficiency. Recipes for hundreds of additional fragrances are available on the Scent Recipes page.

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Joanne Klaube | Reply 04.04.2014 02.41

Thank *you*, Linda and John! So glad you're loving the oils. I appreciate you, my long-time friends!

John & Linda Steer | Reply 03.04.2014 19.58

Thanks Joanne, John & I just placed another order for your great oils. So easy to mix & same beautiful scents!! Love them!

Joanne Klauber | Reply 22.02.2014 04.37

Thank you, Kelli!

Kelli | Reply 21.02.2014 23.28

Strong fragrance. Just what you want in an oil!

Joanne Klauber | Reply 16.02.2014 12.28

Sure do, Frances... it can be found on the Scent Recipes page!

Frances Dandois | Reply 16.02.2014 10.01

Hi Joanne - do you have a recipe for eucalyptus & spearmint by Bath and Body Works. Still love my sage and citrus. Thanks. Fran

Joanne Klauber | Reply 23.01.2014 10.34

Hi Elizabeth - The instructions for using DIY vials with oil warmers is on the FAQ page. I'm no longer making warming/reed oils. Thanks!

Elizabeth Moore | Reply 23.01.2014 10.31

Do you still sell the "warming oil & reed diffuser oil". If so how can I order it? Thank you! Your old customer, Elizabeth from Virginia.

Joanne Klauber | Reply 05.01.2014 15.04

Hi Jan - Apple Cinnamon and Spiced Orange are both on the Scent Recipe list, but you can just add their components when you are blending the Mulled Cider.

Jan | Reply 05.01.2014 14.55

Joanne, I am trying to order the mulled cider, I can't find the apple cinnamon nor the spiced apple to make it. Hope you have a wonderful 2014.

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07.04 | 20:09

Yes, that's exactly right, Leah. Use a ratio that's most pleasing to you.

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07.04 | 18:33

I want to make Brazilian Spice fragrance oil and am gathering the oils to make it but I don't see an apple cinnamon. Do I substitute apple & cinnamon stick?

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04.04 | 02:41

Thank *you*, Linda and John! So glad you're loving the oils. I appreciate you, my long-time friends!

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03.04 | 19:58

Thanks Joanne, John & I just placed another order for your great oils. So easy to mix & same beautiful scents!! Love them!

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