Last Updated on December 29, 2017 by Ellen Christian
During this hectic time of year, I always have my eyes open for scents that relax you and inspire. My mood and my energy level can all be influenced by the scents around me. There are times I will go to my candle cupboard and light a candle with a certain scent just because I know I need a little help to get my head in the right place. At the end of a crazy busy day, I need to relax because my mind is going about 500 miles a minute and I’ll get nothing done. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.
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Scents that Relax You and Inspire
While everyone has their own favorite scents, I have several that I return to over and over again because they work for me. Sometimes, I use them in my bath and body products. Other times, I light a candle or use a linen spray. Sometimes I’ll diffuse essential oils in my diffuser. You can experiment with the scents that work best for you. I try to keep my favorites on hand so they’re available when I need them.
- Ylang Ylang
If you need a little bit of help with relaxation or inspiration, I encourage you to look for products that use these scents. Experiment to find the ones that are best for you. While I enjoy a variety of essential oils, my go-to scents are Lavender, Chamomile, Citrus, and Peppermint. I almost always have some variety of these scents in my diffuser on my desk. What are your favorite scents that relax you?
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