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Art to enchant your senses

 

Ecological diffusers of essential oils.

 

Our philosophy?

Observe, reproduce and use what nature offers us using sober and simple technologies. Design and manufacture objects of well-being, harmony and aesthetics, reflecting the care of a job well done.
Engage in responsible management and the principles of sustainable development.
Provide a quality and optimal functionality at a reasonable price.

 

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Our story

In 2003 to meet growing demand in the field of dissemination of essential oils, I created a range of diffusers, these diffusers are no-frills, aesthetic and consist only of the necessary elements.

The principles of dissemination by evaporation and air convection (natural principles) are combined to ensure the simple and effective essential oils diffusion.

When at the drawing board stage, I chose to focus on the following points:

  • First, ensure optimal efficiency while at the same time preserving properties and the virtues of essential oils.

  • Second, make the use of the diffusers simple and convenient, especially when it comes to maintenance.

  • Third, combine design of a beautiful object with the respect of the environment.  We use ash wood from our region.

The principle of dissemination of essential oils is as gentle as the wind carrying the scents of a field of flowers in the Sun.

Thierry Lahay, creative craftsman

Craftsmanship & eco-design

In 2000 Thierry Lahay, artisan "ebeniste", imagine an innovative technique for the  production of turned wooden objects, incorporating openwork patterns..

In 2003 he launched the Quesack project: the manufacture in France of aesthetic essential oil diffusers in an ethical approach and with an eco-design. Also fascinated by fragrances, Thierry further deepened his knowledge of essential oils with master distillers.

Guided by a strong commitment to ecological values and the respect of traditions, he is also the advocate of the French "savoir-faire" with the desire to preserve craftsmanship in wood work.

In 2007, the arrival of Yolande Munier, a glass artist, contributes to take the venture to new heights. Together, they developed a process of deformation of the glass which complements and improves the design of the diffusers.

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