Do you think the sense of smell is a powerful thing? Have you ever gotten a whiff of something and a past memory kicked into gear? Think that you have the experience of sitting next to someone wearing the wrong perfume, and just wanted to get away as fast as you can, right?
Frankly, I don’t know much about perfumery and smell, but do love a massage, and to take baths in products which contain essential oils. In fact, the feeling of soaking away muscle tension, body aches and pains, and the benefits of the essential oil fragrance being released into the moist air from the bath get me addicted to it, I guess!
I believe the sense of smell is powerful, if not guys wouldn’t go and find fragrances that enhance the qualities that describe an aphrodisiac, agree? Also, many may not know that the smell from aromatherapy products can actually turn our home (or home fragrance, depend on how you want to word it) into a private spa, some even said a romantic hideaway! Say for example, Lavender, one of my favorite fragrances that have very soothing properties for relaxation, can be used to relieve headaches. Studies have shown that the fragrance of Lavender sends a calming message to our brain that counters adrenalin producing stress signals.
How does one get therapy from the powerful sense of smell? Not that complicated as we think, we can usually achieve this using selected essential oils, or by walking through an herb garden and gliding our hands over certain herbs such as Lavender, Rosemary, or Lemon Balm. Who knows, you are like me love the smell left on my hands after touching Lavender! Well, one can always get this powerful sense of smell from popular stores like Sabon NYC, an bath & body store that one can find handmade soap and much more..."