Everything you need to know about the Scentsy Air Purifier.

The Scentsy Air Purifier cleans the air using a HEPA H13 filter while also dispersing signature Scentsy fragrance via Scentsy Pods (sold separately). The unit draws air in and passes it through a sensor. Whenever the sensor detects particles of a given amount and size, the Air Purifier’s air quality indicator light goes from white to red; if the unit is on Auto mode, the fan will switch to High mode to quickly clean the air.

The Air Purifier is designed to be used with Scentsy Pods and can hold up to two pods at a time. As the unit releases clean air back into your environment, the air flows through the Scentsy Pods to fill your space with fragrance.

Yes. The Air Purifier cleans the air in three modes: Auto, Low and High. Auto mode’s default fan speed is low, but once the Air Purifier detects pollutants it switches to a high fan speed to quickly clean the air. Once the device has senses clean air, it returns to Low mode. Low and High modes do not switch automatically and must be manually changed using the fan speed button.

Every Scentsy Air Purifier comes with one HEPA H13 filter, which is capable of removing at least 99.95% of airborne particles and allergens as small as 0.3 microns (µm), including dust, pollen, mould and bacteria.

Carbon air filters are designed to filter gases through a bed of activated carbon (also called activated charcoal) and are typically used to combat volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and eliminate odour. Because our Air Purifier is designed to also release fragrance into the air, using a carbon filter would compromise the fragrance experience.

Yes. Replacement filters are available to purchase separately.

Replacement filters are £42/€51 each.

The filter’s default life is 950 hours in High mode or 1,200 in Low mode, so it depends on how frequently it’s being used and the quality of the air it has filtered. For example, the filter will last 40 days if used continuously for 24 hours a day, seven days a week; it will last 120 days or approximately four months if used eight hours a day. The life of the filter will also vary based on numerous environmental factors (e.g., the volume of particulates in the air). Once the filter’s hour limit has been reached, a small red light will appear under the filter icon in the front of the device to indicate it needs to be replaced.

A small red light will appear under the filter icon on the front of the Air Purifier when the filter needs to be changed.

Turn off and unplug the Air Purifier. Remove any Scentsy Pods from the top of the unit. Flip the Air Purifier upside down and unscrew the bottom. Remove the old air filter and clean out any excess dust from the inside of the air filter compartment. Remove the new air filter packaging and insert it into your Air Purifier. Replace the bottom of the Air Purifier and turn it right side up. Reset the Air Filter replacement indicator.

After you replace the air filter, plug in your Air Purifier and turn it on by pressing the power button. Press and hold the power button for three seconds until the unit turns off. Press the power button to turn the unit back on, and the Air Filter replacement indicator light should go off.

Yes. The Air Purifier plugs into the wall. There is not a cordless option. The power cord length is 1.8 metres long.

Approximately 30 minutes in Auto mode.

The CADR for the Scentsy Air Purifier is 70.5m cubed per hour.

The unit is designed to run continuously. You can also choose to set the timer for two, four or eight hours by using the timer button.

The Air Purifier is ideal for spaces up to 200 sq. ft. (19 sq. metres), like nurseries, bedrooms, home offices and more.

Yes. A large white ring around the buttons lights up to indicate when the unit is on and that the unit detects good air quality. This same ring turns red when it detects poor air quality. This light can be turned off by pressing the light button (the unit will still continue to clean the air). There is also a small red light above the ring that indicates when the default air filter replacement life has been reached, and small blue light that indicates a timer is activated.

Yes. The Scentsy Air Purifier meets all standard electrical requirements.

Yes. The Scentsy Air Purifier emits a soft fan sound. On High mode, the unit measures 47.9 decibels (dBA).

No. The unit does not get hot.

While all Scentsy systems provide an exceptional fragrance experience, the Air Purifier removes at least 99.95% of airborne particles and allergens as small as 0.3 microns (µm), including dust, pollen, mould and bacteria, while filling the air with fragrance.

Maybe. After testing the Air Purifier with all Scentsy products, we determined that the unit can be triggered when placed in a confined area with a Scentsy Diffuser and Oils. This is because the Air Purifier is designed to identify and filter out particles similar in size to the oil particles dispersed by the Diffuser. Scentsy Room Sprays and Fragrance Flowers can also set off the device if placed/sprayed too close to the purifier.

Yes. When tested with a humidifier, the unit was not impacted by humidity.

Yes, this unit can replace your existing air purifier.

Tobacco smoke particles can range in size from 0.1 to 1.0. The Scentsy Air Purifier is designed to remove particles as small as 0.3 microns (µm).

Yes. The Scentsy Air Purifier is guaranteed to be free from defects in material and workmanship for the lifetime of the product. For more details on the Scentsy Air Purifier warranty, visit

Misuse or abuse of the product, such as submerging the unit in water, is one of the few conditions that will void the limited lifetime warranty. In the spirit of Generosity, we will honour the warranty for most issues but reserve the right to refuse replacement in extreme circumstances.

Yes. The Scentsy Air Purifier can be purchased with both Host Credit and Half-Price Credits. Products £230/€269 and over require three half-price items to save 50%.



28 cm tall.

It has been proven that most people spend about 90% of their time indoors, where pollutant levels can be higher than they are outside. (Source:

HEPA is a type of pleated mechanical air filter. It stands for “high efficiency particulate air [filter],” as officially defined by the U.S. Dept. of Energy. Using a HEPA H13 filter, the Scentsy Air Purifier is designed to remove at least 99.95% of airborne particles and allergens as small as 0.3 microns (µm) including dust, pollen, mould and bacteria.

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