You will love using this unique handmade ceramic essential oil diffuser. It is an elegant and lovely way to warm essential oils and fill your home with an uplifting Israeli scent!
The beautiful ceramic diffuser is glazed with a calming natural beige glaze finish that suits all homes.
Each beautiful ceramic essential oil diffuser is made by hand by an Israeli ceramic artist exclusively for NACCA.
Give NACCA’s handmade essential oil diffuser as a gift to friends or loved ones or as a special treat for yourself!
1. Fill the reservoir dish with water.
2. Add a few (10 -20) drops of essential oil to the water.
3. Place a tea light under the reservoir and light it.
4. The essential oil mixed with the water will diffuse into the air and refresh your home with a wonderful scent as the water heats up.
Note: Do not leave a candle burning unattended in your home.
- Natural Beige
Handmade Ceramic Essential Oil Diffuser, Dark Smoke
NACCA handmade soap company was established in Kibbutz Mehravia by Ruthie Ben Artzi. Kibbutz Mehravia is nestled in the Jezreel Valley in northern Israel.
Ruthie named her company NACCA to celebrate her mother’s Middle Eastern childhood. NACCA means female camel in Hebrew; the root letters form the verb to clean! A perfect combination for a handmade natural soap company in the Holy Land.
Ruthie began her soap-making journey while traveling in Argentina. There, she was first introduced to the art of making soap by hand. She fell in love with soap making and promised herself that she would continue to learn all she could about it and that one day, she would fulfill her dream to make soaps in Israel.
Years later, after completing soap-making studies, Ruthie established NACCA. NACCA’s soaps are based on natural ingredients such as olive oil, shea butter, camel milk, and natural botanical ingredients from the land of Israel.
Each soap is made according to Ruthies own carefully researched and crafted recipes. She formulates the soaps to deliver unique benefits and an always pleasurable cleansing experience.
Ruthie also offers soap-making workshops at Kibbutz Mehravia to share her love and passion for handmaking soap.