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Name: Car Diffuser Air Freshener
Healthy Certification Material: High quality EVA, glass and natural herbal essential oils
1.One-side print, 1.58x0.63x0.83 in / 4x1.6x2.1 cm
2.Pack 2 amp; 5 scents are available: Passion Fruit Floral Fragrance, Ocean Breeze Fragrance, Orchid Fragrance, Frangipani Fragrance, White Musk Fragrance
3.Last Fragrance: the taste can last for 30 to 45 days, help you stay away from the unpleasant smell and create a charming atmosphere for a long time.
4.Easy to Use amp; No Maintenance Required:install the Balm into the container and just mount it on an air vent, it doesn't use water and doesn't need electric power. Turn on the ventilation of you car for a boost of fragrances.
1.Relieve your stress and keep alert when you drive. Keep you in good mood while you are at work. Aroma around you, bring you good mood. Minimize some smell you donât like. Use your favorite essential oil to enjoy your daily life, your trip.
2.Waterless design amp; Nice print: You can place it in any place you want, like car, office, home, bathroom, even in your cabinets. It can not only refresh the air, also decorate your space with vivid prints.
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The US’s compromised vaccine rollout casts a harsh light on a healthcare system
This change in NICE's recommendations is a welcome step with the potential to reduce health inequalities and racialised perceptions in clinical practice, says this Editorial
Some doctors say that neutrality is the best way for organisations such as the BMA to represent members’ diverse views on legalising medical help to die, while others say that it indicates tacit support and can mask strong objections
The greatest threat to global public health is the continued failure of world leaders to keep the global temperature rise below 1.5°C. More than 200 health journals across the world have come together to publish this Editorial urging governments to act