This week I tried out the new Febreze NOTICEables Moroccan Bazaar scented oil warmer for review.
The packaging says this about the scent: “Inspired by the fragrances of fresh-ground ginger and nutmeg that fill the air in the spice markets of Casablanca.” With a description like that, who wouldn’t want to smell this scented oil air freshener in their house?!
This was my first time using a plug-in air freshener of any brand, so I didn’t know how strong or noticeable the scent would be. For this reason, I chose to put it in my rather small bathroom so that I would be able to tell how quickly it could scent a room.
Easy to Use
Having never used a plug-in freshener like this before, I had to rely on the directions in the package to figure out how to assemble the scented oil warmer and how to use it. I have to hand it to Febreze that the directions were simple, accurate, and very easy to follow. It took me no more than 1 minute to set up the Febreze Moroccan Bazaar scented oil warmer and get it plugged in.
I also learned that there are 2 settings on the back of the warmer (high and low) for disbursement of the scent, so that you can choose how much fragrance you would like.
Once plugged into the electrical outlet, a soft green light came on at the top of the scented oil warmer. This makes a nice subtle nightlight, especially for bathrooms or hallways.
It took only about 5 minutes to perfume the air in my bathroom, and I left it plugged in on the low setting for about 2 hours. Even after I unplugged the scented oil warmer and set it on the bathroom counter, my bathroom still smelled like the fragrance 1 day later. I recommend not using this product in enclosed or very small spaces, as it does have a lot of power.
As for the scent, the Moroccan spice is lovely! It smells like gingerbread cookies, baking in the fall, a country kitchen, or baking cookies at your grandma’s house after church. The smell is much more appropriate for a kitchen than a bathroom, and plugging this scented oil warmer in will make anyone entering the house immediately think there is something baking in the kitchen! (Warning dieters: This scent may make you hungry!) I’ll be moving the Febreze Moroccan Bazaar scented oil warmer to my kitchen ASAP.
This product was fun to test, and I really like the scratch and sniff sticker on the outside of the package. The scratch and sniff patch matched the true scent of the oil perfectly, so this is a great way to gauge the smell in the store before you buy the oil warmer.
You can learn more about this Febreze Moroccan Bazaar scented oil warmer on the Febreze website or buy it for yourself – purchase from Amazon. Thanks to Febreze for supplying us with these fresh new products to test out for free! If you missed my review of the Febreze Hawaiian Aloha candles, check it out now and watch the video of our surprise crate of goodies from Febreze.