Aromatic scents are used as therapeutic tools to help you de-stress, improve sleep quality, and promote wellness. Aromatherapy uses natural plant extracts to promote health and well-being. Usually in the form of essential oils, it aids with both physical and emotional health.

Our Top Three Aromatic Scents

There are plenty of therapeutic scents in the market right now. To help you decide what might be a good choice for you, we have compiled our top three aromatic scents.

  1. Lavender

    This scent is often described as sweet and delicate. Lavender is one of the most popular scents out there.

    Lavender oil is a staple of aromatherapy. This is due to the neutrality of its scent. It is often used for relaxation and is believed to treat anxiety, insomnia and depression.

    Check out Nana + Livy’s Lavender Bath Tea. Lean back in your tub and let the lavender take you away from all your troubles!

  2. Lemon

    Both refreshing and cooling, lemon has a wide range of purifying properties. Lemon oil fights exhaustion, acts as a mood booster and kills harmful viruses and bacteria. It is also a very versatile scent and is known for its neutrality.

    Besides the therapeutic benefits of its scent, lemon can also be used physically. There are certain ingredients in skincare that contain lemon and it is often used to brighten complexion and treat acne. Lemon also has anti-fungal properties and can be used to treat certain skin overgrowth.

  3. Rosemary

    Mostly used as food seasoning, rosemary has its fair share of benefits when it comes to aromatherapy. Its aroma has been linked to clearing the mind, improving mood, and releasing stress.

    Many like the scent of rosemary because of its earthy, woody tones. We recommend Nana + Livy’s Rosemary Shampoo Bar. Coupled with a warm shower, the fragrance of rosemary is sure to leave you feeling refreshed and revitalized.

Which Scent Is For You

There are so many more scents out there than you can even imagine. You might become overwhelmed by all of the choices in the market. At the end of the day, you should choose a scent that you prefer. A scent that you like is one that will most likely calm you and keep you happy.