How can you use aromatherapy in your home?

Being rich in essence, plants diffuse subtle, delicate and slightly pronounced scents inside your rooms. They make the atmosphere friendlier, the air fresher and softer thanks to their antiseptic, antiviral and antibacterial powers. In addition to purifying the air, they spread fresh smells to every corner of the house. Some people even use them in offices, shops and any workplace. But how do you master the use of aromatherapy at home? Here are the answers...

Put up a fragrance lamp in your home!

In France, most people simply use essential oil diffusers or perfume lamps to enjoy the benefits of aromatherapy throughout the day. It is necessary to pour a few drops of essence inside the diffuser which must have been filled with a certain amount of water beforehand. All that is left to do is to set up the device by choosing the intensity and the diffusion time. Once activated, it starts to produce light mists that will fill your home. Neutral, Aloe Vera, Ylang-Ylang, Lavender, Sweet Orange, Rosemary or Lemon, there are more than a hundred aromas that you can pour into your fragrance lamp. Just a few drops are all you need to freshen up the air in different rooms of the house. To that end, we suggest you discover the best lamp fragrance refills at this link.

Use an aroma-rich spray!

Many brands sell aroma-rich sprays as a good alternative to essential oils and lamp refills. Usually available in 100, 200 or 500 ml bottles, they can be sprayed in any room of the house and their effects last for several hours. The best aromatherapy sprays can even produce fragrant essences that last a whole day. And just like lamp refills, they come in a variety of models containing different types of intense aromas. You will be spoilt for choice!

Using aromatherapy in your home: simple tips!

In addition to using a spray, a fragrance lamp or a diffuser, there are some simple tips for getting the most out of aromatherapy at home. For example, you can buy or pick medicinal plant stems from your garden and burn them like incense sticks. Depending on the nature of the plant, the aromes may be condensed in its stems, roots, bark or seeds. You can also collect pebbles from a river bed or beach, clean them and then pour a few drops of essential oil on them.

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