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Glade Expressions Home Collection

I’m a BzzAgent, which means I get to test out all kinds of products for free in exchange for a review. My latest campaign involved sampling the new Glade Expressions home fragrance collection. I tried out the Glade Expressions Oil Diffuser and the Home Fragrance Mist Spray and give high marks to both products. Hear what I have to say about them right here!

Glade has been a part of my home fragrance routine for years, but they’re definitely upgrading their product line with the new Home Expressions collections. No longer do you have to have that completely obvious can of room freshener spray standing out like a sore thumb in your house. (You mean bathrooms don’t always smell like fresh pressed linen?! Blasphemy!) The scents of this collection are great — exactly what you’d expect from Glade — but the real innovation comes with the products’ discreetness.

The oil diffuser is so sophisticated that you’d think it came from a fancy home goods boutique and not your local Kmart. I put mine out with all my Halloween decorations in my hallway, and you can’t really tell that it’s a fragrance. Every time I walk by, I get a whiff of fresh apple cinnamon. (I’m sorry, Fuji Apple and Cardamom Spice.) The scent is definitely fading with time, because when I first put it out it was really strong and now it’s more subtle, but that’s probably to be expected with any scent.

I have the Fragrance Mist Pineapple & Mangosteen scent in my bathroom. The traditional spray can is housed in a stealth reusable (and stylish) spray bottle. Once you have the bottle, you can pick up scent refills. I love that this reduces packaging waste and is more wallet-friendly! The bottle is really architectural and easier to use than lots of noisy spray bottles.

Want a coupon for $4 off or $2 your purchase of these products? Send an email with your home address along to thecollaboreight@gmail.com, and we’ll hook you up with as many coupons as you’d like, courtesy of Glade and BzzAgent.

About Kristine Hope Kowalski

Kristine is a writer from New Jersey. When not quoting Tolstoy or catching up on her Twitter feed, she can be found watching iCarly or perusing the clearance racks at Bloomingdales.

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