5 Scents You Didn’t Know Were Mood Boosters

5 Scents You Didn’t Know Were Mood Boosters

Raise your hand if you could use a mood booster! We feel ya. And while a sweet treat + a little light meditation are quick fixes, we’re all about the long game.

In case you didn’t know, scents are considered serious mood boosters. (Subtle mention at the fact that ours are made sustainably + with safer ingredients… a win/win for you + the planet). Here’s a quick guide we put together on the best scent notes to help boost your mood: 


1. Cedarwood

This rich, warm, woodsy scent is known for its therapeutic powers, like helping to lower your anxiety. It’s particularly calming to your nervous system, so insomniacs should give this a try.

Where you’ll find it: if you’re looking for hints of cedarwood, try our red poppies + rosewood or sea salt + aloe scents.


2. Citrus

Looking for a pick me up? Swap the caffeine for a citrus scent. Just a whiff of vitamin-c smelling scents has been proven to boost energy + alertness.

Where you’ll find it: soak up all the clean citrus notes with scents like lemon leaf + thyme and red poppies + rosewood!


3. Lavender

Lavender is one of the most polarizing of scents but, whether you love it or hate it, there’s no arguing the relaxation benefits of lavender. Known to help calm the body + mind, it can also be used to treat insomnia.

Where you’ll find it: not surprisingly, you can find notes of lavender in our fan-favorite lavender tea + honey scent + also in our floral spring water + lotus scent.


4. Rosemary

If you need help with concentration, look no further. Rosemary is an empowering scent shown to enhance focus, brain power + memory.

Where you’ll find it: find subtle notes of this brain-boosting fragrance layered into our spring water + lotus scent!


5. Mint

Need a power-hour? Fresh-smelling notes like mint leaves, peppermint + spearmint are linked to giving you that extra kick of energy to power through.

Where you’ll find it: discover those refreshing minty feels in our minerals + moss scent.
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