Air Scense is a product that in its name blends the words “scents” and “sense” to create a new word that actually makes total sense to me!
The company makes essential oil -infused air fresheners.
They smell so real because they are so real.
To date, I’ve tried two varieties, lavender and vanilla, which I purchased at Wegmans in Wilkes-Barre last month. The aromas are so over-the-top enchanting that I would really like to try the entire line including orange and lime.
The great surprise about this product is that it has been around for a while. However, I never found it any grocery store until I had the Wegmans’ epiphany.
Seven ounces of the air freshener sells for $8.59 plus shipping on the company’s website. So this is investment air freshener, and as with so many products that I review on my website, I need to emphasize the word “investment.”
In today’s market, you pay for purity. In a perfect world, all products would be pure and natural. But we are nowhere near that Utopian vision.
These air fresheners are so luscious that I wish I could wear them as perfumes!
But that is not their purpose.
I spray the lavender around my bed at night to inspire good vibrations. We are told not to spray it on fabrics. But I am nothing if not disobedient. I spray it on my pillows without harm to the fabrics.
However, I am NOT advising you to follow my brash example. (I have scented my pillows with essential oils for years, and still do.)
In fact, I am advising to simply follow the directions on the spray can.
I am, unabashedly, a lavender freak, and nothing offends me more than the stench of artificial, wannabe lavender. Air Scense meets my expectations for the true flower reminiscent of the empurpled fields of Provence.
I spray the vanilla around me when I am working at my computer during the day. Air Scense’s vanilla is delightfully bright and delicately sweet and resonates better than the vanilla essential oil that I put in my diffuser. Combining the rapture of the vanilla orchid with lavender’s velvety aroma also work like exquisite alchemy, inspiring serenity.
In the past, I have made my own air fresheners with essential oils, and I expect I will do that again in the future.
But I’m also quite sure that I will keep several bottles of Air Scense in my home, too. Its pure aromatherapy benefits provide worry-free inhalation for folks of all ages.
And its beauty surely transcends stinky bathroom fugues. This product line is worth your lavish attention.
Visit Air Scense at http://airscense.com/index.php.
Copyright 2016 by Maria Jacketti