Pro Tip: 3 steps to get started

Pro Tip: 3 steps to get started

1) Determine how, when and where the scent will be used.   Is this a personal fragrance item, like a lotion? A body mist for a special occasion? Or are you shooting for a reed diffuser for the bathroom? We think of fragrances differently for different uses. The answer to these questions will begin your scent journey. 2) Start with what you love....
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Fake Christmas Tree Blues?

Fake Christmas Tree Blues?

Our favorite trick: Let your HVAC do the work for you.  Spray your air filters with your favorite tree scent blend. We love Pine Needles & Orange Zest.

This is my very favorite tip.  Why?  It is quick & easy.  Simply give your air filters 2 - 3 good sprays of your mist blend.  In minutes, your whole house will be filled with the scent. Don't expect this one to last for days.  It is perfect for parties, that first night with the fake tree up or that day you are home wrapping gifts. 

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Gee Your Hair Smells Terrific

Gee Your Hair Smells Terrific

Our Cleansing Conditioner deeply conditions and cleanses your hair without using surfactants or harsh chemicals. It is enhanced with Proteins, Amino Acids and Vitamins essential to repair, protect and strengthen hair while enhancing shine, volume, elasticity, and hydration.  Also, it is cruelty free, vegan, organic, paraben free, and sulfate free.
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frankinsence and myrrh seasonal fragrance scent and sip

Frankincense & Myrrh - Can 5,000 years of smelling be wrong?

So why did the three wise men offer them as gifts?  They were considered practical, expensive, and symbolic. 

Turns out it still smells great!  Use this seasonal fragrance to blend with for an uplifting gift!  We have mixed it with rose and sandalwood for a more traditional smelling candle.  Perfect on a winters night.

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autumn - the best smelling of all the seasons

Autumn - The best smelling season :)

There is just something about the smell of Autumn.  The warm spices, crisp air, falling leaves - whatever your olfactory sense memory system conjures - it is magical.  There is some science behind this.  Could it be that the reason Autumn has a smell is because we are actually not smelling the things we normally do at other times during the year? 
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