• Mood Busters: How Fragrance Affects Your Mood

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    As one of our five senses, our sense of smell is always helping us process the world around us, even if we don’t know it. Just as seeing something unpleasant or hearing a jarring noise can sour our mood, so can an unpleasant odour. Luckily, the opposite is also true; a pleasurable scent can bring on a more positive mood, and a beautifully scented interior can brighten everyone’s spirits. How this works from person to person is individual, however, it is undeniable that fragrances affect our moods.

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  • Daily Indulgences For Stressed Out Mums

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    Becoming a mum can cause your beauty routine to change dramatically. You go from having all the time in the world to pamper yourself, to having no time at all. It can be a huge change to still feel pampered, while you’re time poor. Today we're sharing some tips on ways to create daily indulgences with limited effort.

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  • Spring to mind for Spring - Scentiments Spring Favourites (Part 1)

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    As the weather warms up and the sun shines brighter, we start feeling happier at the thought of summer only being around the corner! We can smell the change in the air, see the flowers and trees blossom and feel the happier mood changes in people.


    We’ve compiled a list of fragrance recommendations that can help you to welcome Spring into your life! These scents have been specifically chosen for their ability to fit in with the season change, and will definitely add a ‘spring’ to your step!

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  • Three Tips For Choosing a Gift of Home Fragrance

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    Home fragrance is a thoughtful gift for all your favourite people. Who doesn't enjoy the warm glow and relaxing atmosphere of a candle, or the first rush of pleasantly scented air as you walk into a room? Giving the gift of home fragrance is giving a gift of beauty, pleasure, and relaxation. However, it can be hard to judge exactly which fragrance would be the best choice, especially when shopping online. Here are some tips to guide you.

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  • All about Amber

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    Almost everyone is familiar with amber, the organic gemstone made from ancient resin. The amber fragrance used in modern perfumery, however, is not usually derived from amber; it is actually a construct. Amber does have a musky scent when burned, but it’s a precious and costly material, and the scent is subtle. That’s why perfumers over the centuries have developed a mixture of other ingredients that reflect the richness and warmth of its fragrance. Since amber starts out as tree resin, the smell of resin is an important component in amber scents, and there are often subtle hints of vanilla and clove, as well. Amber adds a warm, sweet, woody and sometimes powdery note to fragrance blends.

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