Post Archives from the ‘scents’ Category
Last week, I wrote part one of Essential Oils with Lemon-like Aromas and discussed citronella, may chang, and melissa essential oils in … Continue reading the story "Essential Oils with Lemon-like Aromas: Part Two"
Lemon (Citrus limon) essential oil is well-known for its fresh, citrus scent. Lemon essential oil is also light in aroma. However, if you are seeking a … Continue reading the story "Essential Oils with Lemon-like Aromas: Part One"
Essential oils are generally used in natural health care and many skincare products. But what if your favorite essential oil reminded you of a favorite food? There are lots of fragrance oils on the market that … Continue reading the story "Pure Essential Oils That Smell Like Food"
If you study aromatherapy, you will learn about botanical families; but if you study perfumery, you will learn about fragrance families. So, what exactly is the difference between these two types of families – and is there any overlap? Here's a quick look at defining both botanical families and fragrance families for aromatherapy and perfumery[caption id="attachment_5047" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Botanical Plant Families in Aromatherapy: Photo … Continue reading the story "The Difference Between a Botanical Family and a Fragrance Family"
As I write this post, Fall is almost upon us, and thoughts turn to scents to add to my aromatherapy diffuser for the Fall season. Although there is no hard and fast rule … Continue reading the story "Natural Scents to Use for Fall"