In 1898, in response to a major preoccupation at that time – a sepsis in hospitals – Maurice Berger, a pharmaceutical dispenser, invented a system of diffusion by catalysis, for which he filed a patent. This revolutionary technology, which purifies the air in enclosed rooms, was soon to be applied for private use , giving birth to the Lampe Berger company.
In 2015, the Herbecks wandered into a tiny home fragrance store and Terry was intrigued with the science behind the product. Ever leave the house and come back to aromas from cooking the night before…well, this little wonder will remove those scents and either just leave clean air or the fragrance of your choice. And, our choice is chocolate! Oh, and our little lamp looks like a crystal golf ball.
Here’s the link http://www.lampeberger.us/