Do you remember certain scents from your childhood and link those scents to specific memories? Kids under the age of 10 most closely relate to smells rather than things that they can hear or see. Sometimes fragrances can take us back to a special day or moment in our lives that we cannot even put the finger on. Other times, quite the opposite occurs, and we smell something that takes us back ten years to our first date in high school or a time that we think of fondly.
Our sense of scent is truly one of the most amazing as it is fully developed at birth and is always very prominent in our feelings, mood, and memories. Smells can be so important to people in such an unconscious way.
Fragrance in the air at a spa can make you relaxed and more likely to return again for pampering. Just like the scent in the room during a massage, meditation, or a yoga session will change your likeliness to get the results you want and, probably, your willingness to go back to the same location again.
Just like one man’s trash is another’s treasure, one person’s perfume or scent of choice can be another person’s poison. Some people find some smells relaxing, and others find it repulsed they couldn't think of relaxing at all.
Everyone's chemistry is different, and the way people individually take in smells can be similar to the way that they taste various foods; we all have our likes and dislikes when it comes to eating and preparing things like steamed broccoli or green bean casserole. In the same way, some people love the scent of vanilla, and it makes them feel at ease and at home, reminding them of baking cookies with grandma. Then again, some other people prefer a floral scent to a food-related scent.
Using an aroma diffuser in your home can be convenient for you and good for your spirits for many reasons. Mainly because you can control how much scent is released into the air, for how long, and what scent or combination of scents you use, creating an entirely customizable experience every time you use your diffuser. Another nice thing with using an aroma diffuser at home is creating ambiance and a particular mood for guests or when hosting parties.
Getting through a late-night homework or study session can be easier with energizing scents like citrus fruits or orange specifically. Some scents have even been shown to help memory. Meditation and relaxing activities can be even more so with scents like lavender, sandalwood, or vanilla. The list does not stop there. Having guests over can be less stressful for you with the right scent and also more of an experience for them at the same time.
Change your mood effortlessly and quickly by using custom fragrances in your home. When you're alone, you can enjoy as much or as little of a scent as you'd like. When you have guests over, it is recommended to use lighter versions of the scents not to be too overpowering, especially when not knowing if some guests are more sensitive to smells than others. Air fragrance diffusers make it possible to personalize your scent experience in your home entirely.