The burning of incense without coal is becoming increasingly popular. Incense burners are a good alternative to burning on charcoal and are particularly suitable for burning incense such as herbs, flowers, resins and wood. According to the principle of the aromatic lamp, the incense is placed on a fine mesh sieve, under which a tealight burns, and can then very slowly glow and exude its fine fragrance. 

Another option is our Geo. The bowl of the scent lamp is filled with water. As soon as the water begins to steam, add a few grains of resin or other aromatics and soon a pleasant fragrance spreads in the room.

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The burning of incense without coal is becoming increasingly popular. Incense burners are a good alternative to burning on charcoal and are particularly suitable for burning incense such as herbs, flowers, resins and wood. According to the principle of the aromatic lamp, the incense is placed on a fine mesh sieve, under which a tealight burns, and can then very slowly glow and exude its fine fragrance. 

Another option is our Geo. The bowl of the scent lamp is filled with water. As soon as the water begins to steam, add a few grains of resin or other aromatics and soon a pleasant fragrance spreads in the room.