Aldi launch new £3.99 range of reed diffusers and they'll have you dreaming of summer

Aldi has become our go-to in recent years for an affordable fashion/home/beauty purchase, and we're coveting their newest launch just as much.

The popular budget supermarket has just released a new collection of reed diffusers - their excitingly named Sentiment Collection.

The latest range of scents are inspired by the unmistakeable smells of summer, and it's got us dreaming of dashing off to a sun-soaked beach somewhere far away.

Aldi have released three different reed diffusers; the first, Tropical Sunset, a mix of sweet pineapple and orange scents.

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Next up is Oasis retreat, a floral option with scents of bergamot, violet and gardenia.

Third, is Island Breeze, which is just as heavenly as it sounds. Made up of tropical, island scents, including coconut, citrus and almond, it'll turn your home into a beachside retreat.

Each of the new Aldi reed diffusers come in a chic, clear bottle with a summer-inspired gold lid, ensuring they'd look fabulous in a home with any kind of decor.

All three of them are priced at £3.99 - so we reckon you could easily treat yourself to all three if you wanted!

The new Aldi reed diffusers are part of the store's Specialbuys range, meaning that once they're gone, they're gone - and won't be coming back.

You can find the limited edition range in store and online HERE at the moment, but if you want them for your house, you better be quick - as we predict they won't hang around for ages.

Of course, these aren't the first reed diffusers Aldi have treated their customers to. A few years back, they launched their Jo Malone-inspired scent collection, including a range of candles and diffusers for the home.

The products sparked a frenzy with shoppers, meaning they promptly sold out, but now, they're back in stock for good, if you fancy picking some up.

Amy Hunt

Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on