"Plumeria" Aromatherapy Diffuser Necklace Set
Zephyr Aromatherapy Diffusers are so beautiful that no one will realize you're carrying around your own aromatherapy tool.
"Plumeria" is named for the distinctive five-petaled flower at the center of the locket. This flower is stubborn and resilient blossom. Its tree will keep producing flowers during droughts, temperature changes – and even when it’s been uprooted!
That’s why it’s associated with immortality and sacred spaces in some Buddhist cultures, with devotion and persistence in some regions of India and Pakistan, and with life and birth in many Central and South American cultures. Plumeria blossoms are an iconic and deeply loved flower used by native Hawaiians.
In the continental United States, Canada, and many European nations, plumeria are used in bouquets to celebrate grace, spring time, and new beginnings.
We encourage you to find out if plumeria has a special meaning in your culture, faith tradition, or region.
Each necklace set comes in a navy blue gift box with a gold-foiled vellum band, and includes:
- a stainless steel diffuser locket (measures 1 1/8" in diameter)
- a 30 inch chain
- 8 felt diffuser pads in different colors
- a 5 mL vial of orange essential oil
- a booklet with the Philomela story and aromatherapy tips and tricks for self care
HavenTree donates a portion of all proceeds from the sale of Philomela jewelry to Girls for Gender Equity, the non-profit home of the #MeToo movement and its founder, Tarana Burke.
What makes HavenTree's aromatherapy necklace different from other versions sold online?
We have carefully vetted our manufacturers and tested item quality.
We know our necklaces are actually stainless steel and do not contain any unknown metals or alloys. They will not tarnish or interact with perfumes, oils, alcohol-based scents, or other substances.
We triple inspect each necklace for scratches, hinge strength, and latch security before accepting it.
Our 30 inch chains are specially ordered and rigorous tested (including the gold standard test of handing it to a group of 9 year olds and telling each of them to yank on it 50 times as hard as they can. Yes -- We actually did this while selecting chains).