Our brand new car perfumes in all your favourite Betty Glow fragrances



Remove all packaging from the item, unscrew the lid and remove the plastic stopper. Re-fit the lid, making sure the lid fits securely, gently shake the bottles so that the liquid contacts the wooden inner lid. This will release the fragrance. If you feel the strength of the fragrance has weakened, shake the bottle a little so the oil touches the wood, this will refresh the scent again.


Try not to leave the diffuser in direct sunlight, this could cause the oil to evaporate quicker than it should. Please do not tip or excessively shake the diffuser for too long, this will cause the liquid to pour out through the pores. The bottle is designed to remain upright, ideally hung via the attached string.  We do not recommend hanging the freshener from the rearview mirror so as to prevent the glass bottle swinging into the window screen when the car is in motion and to prevent the oils heating up in sunny weather.  Re-tighten the lid of the freshener every other day, avoiding skin contact, as the top can become loose over time from the motion of the vehicle. 

We take no responsibility for the misuse of the product.

Keep out of reach of children and pets.  Avoid contact with skin, furnishings etc

WARNING: The fragrance oil is highly concentrated, if anything spills on car dashboard or anywhere, wipe immediately as it will cause damage, the item will not spill if placed upright.


Please Note we cannot accept returns of car perfumes


Safety Information

May cause an allergic reaction. Read the label before use. IF ON SKIN: Wash with plenty of soap and water. If skin irritation occurs: get medical attention/advice. Keep away from children and pets. Toxic to aquatic life with long-lasting effects. Avoid release into the environment. Dispose of contents/containers in accordance with local regulations. Store out of direct sunlight, in a cool dry place.


In accordance with the European Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 on Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) (2009), information on the chemical composition and associated hazards of each fragrance contained within our products is provided on the website


Car Perfume