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Aroma-Pleasing Essential Oils you Should Definitely Let Into Your Home

by Elizabeth Patrick September 19, 2019

Aroma-Pleasing Essential Oils you Should Definitely Let Into Your Home

Some of us may be a tad self-conscious when we invite people over, mostly when it comes to the smell of our humble abodes. Incense, candles or wax melters, and all types of chemical air fresheners can temporarily absorb odors or can be too potent and make it hard to breathe. What if I told you that bringing in these essential oils won't only be more cost-effective and long-lasting, but will be beneficial to your mental and physical health on top of making your home smell great.

 

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Meet some of the family members of aroma-pleasing essential oils that should always be welcome guests in your home. 

 

Cedarwood Atlas Essential Oil

If you have a pension for that sweet, woody smell of evergreen trees, our Moroccan-crafted Cedarwood Atlas Essential Oil will whisk you back to the Atlas Mountains of Northern Africa. Cedarwood is like your cooler older brother who regales you with tales of his travels and always has his next one planned.

Best paired with: Clary Sage, Frankincense, Ylang Ylang, and Bergamot 

 

Bergamot Essential Oil

Wanting to give your home a more calming disposition? Bergamot Oil's sweet citrus will fill your room with an aroma that soothes and relaxes your mind. Bergamot acts as your loving parents that always seems to know what to say to put your agitated mind at ease. 

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Best paired with: Frankincense, Lavender, Lemon, Orange, Ylang-Ylang

 

Patchouli Essential Oil

Patchouli is among one of the most sought after essential oils when it comes to creating fresh-smelling aromas. Virtually compatible with nearly every essential oil, it's basically the cool cousin who everyone wants to sit next to at the dinner table.

Best paired with: Bergamot, Clary Sage, Frankincense, Grapefruit, Lavender, among many others!

 

Frankincense Essential Oil

If Patchouli is the favorite cousin, then Frankincense would have to be the sage-like grandfather that always has a story to tell. Frankincense has stood the test of time as its sought-after fragrance has been used for multiple purposes for centuries. Its earthy, woody, spicy, fruity, and slightly sweet aroma will create a soothing atmosphere for anyone to inhale. 

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Best paired with: Bergamot, Lavender, Lemon, Grapefruit, Patchouli, Orange, and Ylang Ylang

 

So, now you have a little background and insight into the aromatic side of the essential oils family tree. Have them over for a visit or for a lifetime to keep your home smelling sweet, fresh relaxing. 



Elizabeth Patrick
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