AT LAST Diffuser

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Cruelty Free, Made in Ireland, Non-Toxic, Paraben Free, Plastic Free, Vegan

AT LAST is an exotic, exciting and romantic hand-poured vegan-friendly reed diffuser that harnesses elegance and serenity from the Indian "Queen of Flowers". Creates a serene, rich, ethereal blend of jasmine, vanilla and cedarwood which sets the tone of any occasion. 

A scent for the moment you have been waiting for!


The blended scents include: 

  • Jasmine - holds the foremost position among bridal flowers in Indian weddings
  • Cedarwood -  can decrease the effects of anxiety - a warm, woody scent
  • Vanilla - sweet and pleasant 

Free from parabens, SLS, Petrochemical's and other synthetics. Made in Dublin/ Ireland.


  • Natural fiber black reeds
  • 100ml glass round apothecary style jar
  • Matte black recyclable Kraft gift box 


How do I use the Gua Sha?

- Start with a clean face and prep your skin with a moisturiser.
- Hold your Gua Sha with the curved side to your face. Gently glide it gently up and out, starting with the neck (stroking down the neck, never upwards).
- Next move on to your jawline, chin and around mouth stroking between 3-5 times on each area. A good tip is to take short strokes in one direction.
- To depuff the eyes- press the tool flat on the skin make sure you take extra care as this area is super delicate.
- Lastly, use small horizontal strokes over the brow bone to lift area or to release tension- press upwards between the brows.

Is Glow Circle Vegan?

Yes! Glow Circle does not use any animal by-products in their formulations and have never, nor will ever, test any of their products on animals.

Is the packaging environmentally friendly?

Yes- all Glow Circle products are eco-friendly and use sustainable packaging. They strongly encourage the 3 Rs throughout their business: recycle, reduce and re-use.

1. Bottles & Jars: Aluminium- 100% recyclable
2. Bottle pump: only element of the range that is plastic but can be recycled by using a nutcracker to remove the metal spring and once separated, they can be recycled.