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The Best Scents To Relax While Working From Home

Best Scents for Relaxing While Working From Home

Stress is a common feeling almost everyone is facing during this time from multiple sources including home, work life, and current affairs. All these contribute to the feeling of anxiety and uneasiness. Certain fragrances and aromas have been utilized for quite a long time to calm us down.

Finding that all-important balance of work and life is hard enough even at the best of times. Lifting our mood after going through a flooding email box toward the day's end can be made even harder when working from home!

That's where making a relaxing space with an aromatic candle or a reed diffuser can indeed help. Smell is one of the most powerful senses we have. Studies show that infants recognize their mother’s smell when they are in the womb before they can even hear or see. It has the power to create memories that bring our loved ones to our mind and heart.

Importance of Essential oils

Essential oils not only help to create a good mood, but also improve health, which means you are less likely to be sick and take time off from work. According to Beverley Hawkins, owner of the Vancouver-based West Coast Institute of Aromatherapy, "Essential oils have antifungal, antioxidants and antibacterial agents and when you use them in a space where there are lots of people can help you to stay away from germs. Inhaling essential oils activates the hypothalamus of your body, which is the area through which the brain sends messages throughout the body. Simply by inhaling a scent you can improve bodily functions including the stimulation of digestion, immune system activation, and blood pressure effects."

These are 6 fragrances recommended by Hawkins for improving your mood and productivity whether you are at home or at work.

1. Jasmine Colognes

In some cultures, jasmine is used as a natural sedative, like lavender. Its sweet fragrance is known to help alleviate stress and anxiety, helping the body to unwind. It's a great scent to keep your body free from stress.

Product recommendation: Viva La Juicy Eau de Parfum Spray for Women

2. Peppermint Colognes

Try peppermint scent as energy booster, mood refresher and stress reliever. This scent will promote your performance and thinking.

Product recommendation: Perry Ellis America Eau de Toilette Spray for Men

3. Lavender Scents

Lavender scents are commonly used in aromatherapy. The fragrance of lavender promotes calmness and wellness. It can help to relax your nerve and help to heal up emotional stress, depression, anosmia and headaches.

Product recommendation: Versace Eros Eau de Parfum Spray for Women

4. Rosemary Fragrances

Rosemary fragrances are a great pick-me-up. It is anciently used to improve a person's concentration, mental health, and muscles fatigues. You can use rosemary scents in the evening to produce a fresh environment at home.

Product recommendation: Tory Burch Nuit Azur Eau de Parfum Spray for Women

5. Lemon Fragrances

The lemon fragrance has magical properties of anti-bacterial and antiviral abilities that can help to fight against many diseases like a cold and sore throat. Lemon colognes stimulate your blood circulation and help to get rid of anxiety, work pressure,and stress feeling.  

Product recommendation: Lolita Land by Lolita Lempicka Eau de Parfum Spray for Women

6. Cinnamon Scents

Cinnamon scents are one of the men favorite fragrances. It helps to alleviate mental fatigue and boost your energy level and concentration during work.

Product recommendation: Versace Yellow Diamond Eau de Toilette Spray for Women


So, if you are searching a way to mentally disconnect from all that stress of work-life then take a look through our collection of scents at We have a lot of calming home perfumes and colognes to create a relaxing and soothing environment in your home. Make it a habit to spray at home when you are telecommuting/working remotely from home.

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