Thursday, April 25, 2019

Embrace summer with fresh fragrances

Each season of the year has a distinct smell. With summer around the corner, let's talk about the best fragrances to freshen the environment and enjoy the season change.

The first step is to pick an oil diffuser that matches your home décor. Then choose aromas that go great with the season. We'll talk about them in this article.

First, basil. It can enhance diffusions and air fresheners. Basil smells herby, just like wet grass on a summer day. This fragrance purifies the air.

Chamomile is calming and a great scent for summertime, also for skin care.

Citronella is an ideal scent for an evening barbecue. You spread it in the garden and it will give a delicious citrus smell that is also good for scaring mosquitoes away naturally.

For an uplifting effect, try citrus scents like bergamot, grapefruit, lemon, lime, orange, and tangerine. Not only does the air get fresh, but it also adopts a certain sweetness.

Jasmine is a great patio scent, it provides the environment with sweetness and freshness, it is ideal for outdoor gatherings at any time of the day.

Lavender is an all-season aroma. It has a calming effect that nowadays is a must in any aromatherapy kit. Your oil diffuser will use a lot of lavender.

Sandalwood softly eases into the lungs to deepen and relax your breath.

Spearmint is a cousin of peppermint and it is an ambiance deodorizer and disinfectant, it also reduces the effects of exhaustion, headaches, and nausea that come with the seasonal heat.

Geranium is another type of calming oil, and it is great for your diffuser, just like ylang-ylang and lavender.

An oil diffuser is one of the easiest ways to evoke wellbeing and comfort at home. Fridman's Fragrances will help you reduce your family's feelings of stress, anxiety, and depression. Fill out our questionnaire so we can recommend the scents that best fit your needs. 

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