Monday, December 10, 2012

Are traditional scented candles tiring you out?

Did you know that some candles emit formaldehyde and acetone? It only takes a couple of hours for these chemicals to leave you feeling light-headed when inhaled. Boost your energy by following these simple steps:

To give your home a warm glow, put low-watt frosted bulbs into lamps you don’t need for reading or plug in a few flameless electric candles.

Cinnamon- The stimulating properties in cinnamon can help fight mental fatigue and improve concentration and focus.
·        WelcomeHome
·        Cinnamon Bear
·        Clove & Cinnamon
·        Cinnamon Vanilla
·        Sticky Cinnamon Bun
·        Snowberry
·        Central Park Pralines
·        My Home
·        Cozy Fireside
·        Hazelnut Latte

Lemon- This scent promotes concentration and has calming and clarifying properties that are helpful when you're feeling angry, anxious or run down.
·     Sunkissed Citrus
·     Coconut Lemongrass
·     Just Breathe
·     Paradise Punch

Lavender- Lavender has a soothing effect on nerves and can relieve nervous tension and depression as well as treat headaches and migraines.
·     French Lavender

Jasmine- Can be used to calm nerves, and is also commonly used as an anti-depressant because of its uplifting capabilities that produce a feeling of confidence, optimism and revitalized energy.
·     Love Story
·     Luna
·     Enchanted Mist

Peppermint- Try peppermint when brainstorming. An energy booster, this scent invigorates the mind, promotes concentration and stimulates clear thinking.
·     Snowberry
·     Peppermint Dreams
·     Just Breathe

Pine-Refreshing aroma that stimulates the senses, boosts energy and dampens the brain’s production of the sleep-inducing hormone melatonin.
·     Festival of Trees


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