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Top Of The Best Fragrant Room Sprays Reviewed In 2018Last Updated January 1, 2019
№1 – Linen Splash Rose From Scentennials (32oz, 2-Pack)
№2 – Linen Splash White Ginger From Scentennials (32oz, 1-Pack)
№3 – Febreze Sleep Serenity Warm Milk and Honey – Pack of 2
Why Wear Fragrances
Wearing a fragrance will increase not only your attractiveness, but your confidence with women (and in general) as well.
You should be realizing the importance your scent carries in the world, even in non-dating and non-sexual encounters.
The Life Cycle Of Fragrances
Fragrances have a three-part life cycle; think of an evaporating pyramid where the top slowly disappears until you reach the base. Each of the three sections contain individual scents, or notes, that are belted together into what you smell.
There are three different types of notes that comprise the scent of most fragrances: top, medium, and base notes:
Top note. The top note is the initial, lighter smell of the fragrance that hits the nose immediately after application to the skin. The top note lasts from 1minutes to hours. Typical top notes are various light floral scents, citrus, fruity scents, powdery scents, marines and aquatics, and spices such as cinnamon.
Medium note. Also referred to as the middle or heart notes. The middle note showcases the main element of the fragrance. Middle notes develop after the top note clears and can last 3-hours after being sprayed. This is in addition to the top note; they build off each other. Heart notes most often include heavier floral scents such as jasmine, or green scents such as grass or stone. Spice scents such as cinnamon and clove can appear here, along with fruity scents as well.
Base note. The last to develop, these scents are often the bolder notes of the scent which become more noticeable later in the day. Base notes lay the foundation and will determine how long the fragrance lasts on your skin. They tend to last from to hours. Typical base notes are sandalwood, moss, vetiver, vanilla, tar, leather, smoke, tobacco, and musk.
Linear vs Non-Linear Fragrances
However, there are quality linear fragrances, as they do have their purposes. At work I may want to just have a citrusy/clean smell all day instead of a citrus that then turns into a musky leather after lunch. Contrast this to a date night where I might want a nice inoffensive fresh citrus that transitions into a smooth vanilla lavender as we end the evening.
Rules For Fragrance Application
Spray perfume on dry skin, preferably right after a shower. Hold the spray nozzle 3-inches from your skin while applying.
Re-spray only when required. You can add more sprays to your wrists depending on how long the scent lasts. For most this will be in the second half of the day.
Less is more. Fragrance should be discovered, not announced. People who are close by should be able to smell your cologne, but not be overpowered by it.
Make home your sanctuary with our elegant scented candles. Housed in our signature coloured glass and blended in England, they instantly create a warm glow and fill the space with your favourite fragrance.
Whether you need to relax, energise or just need a finishing touch for a dinner party, choose from three sizes and a wide selection of blends to set the tone.
For the ultimate fragranced experience, place the candle in a central part of the room to allow the scent to distribute evenly.
Choose a flat heat resistant surface to avoid accidents.
Trim the wick to about 5mm before lighting to avoid enlarged flame and sooting and maximise the burn time.
The first burn is the most important. Allow the wax to melt across the entire surface before extinguishing the flame to prevent ‘tunnelling’.
Spray liberally into the air and on linen to imbue your home with the world’s finest aromas.
When spraying linen, hold 20cm away and only on washable fabric.
Ardent travellers, mist your suitcase before packing for beautifully scented clothes when you arrive at your destination.
Place the reeds in the bottle and leave them for a minute to absorb the oils.
Invert the reeds to place the ‘dry’ ends in the bottle so that the saturated end is exposed.
Allow 2hours for the fragrance to fill the room or invert the reeds every few hours to speed up the process.
Pair your chosen scented candle or aroma reed diffuser with the matching Home & Linen Mist or create a
The line includes
Kilian Water Calligraphy Spray. If an old book scent is too heavy for you, why not testing a harmonious delicate fragrance from Kilian. The Water Calligraphy refillable spray refers to water, the essential element of Chinese calligraphy.
Designed by perfumer Geza Schoen in cooperation with Gerhard Steidl and Wallpaper Magazine, the perfume captures the unique bouquet of freshly printed books, bringing a mix of paper and ink aroma so unique when a book is opened for the first time.
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Aera Smart Home Fragrance Device is Heaven Scent “I’d rather be a smart feller than a fart smeller,” or so said an old co-worker of mine whenever it was even vaguely appropriate to the conversation at hand. Of course, it’s a low-brow spoonerism that you don’t often hear in “polite society”. On the other hand, you have to agree that the basic sentiment is legitimate: it is, after all, much better to be smart than to sit around smelling…um…bad smells. That’s the train of thought that chugged through my brain late one day during CES2017; and it was set in motion by a sign proclaiming that the new product on display, Aera, was a “Smart Home Fragrance Device”.
Expecting to find another IoLT (Internet of Laughable Things) gadget—or at least an opportunity to use the “I’d rather be a smart feller…” line—I cheekily stopped at the booth and asked for a demo. From a humorous perspective, it was unfortunate that the Aera folks didn’t show me something akin to what I was expecting: a Bluetooth-enabled aerosol can of Febreze that could be pointed and made to spray on command via a shoddy iOS/Android app. I could have easily penned a sarcastic blog post with a pile of fart jokes and moved on. Instead, I spent the next half hour getting blown away (no, not the flatulence kind of blown away) by what I saw…and smelled.
Since it’s not a Bluetooth-enabled aerosol can (with Alexa Voice Service, if you please), what exactly is a “Smart Home Fragrance Device”? In Aera’s case, the simplest way to explain the basic concept behind the gizmo is—and I’m pretty certain about this—not the description the Aera folks would want to hear, mainly because it’s too simple of an explanation. But I’m going to begin with simplicity anyway because, well, I want y’all to be smart fellers and not…
From a smart home perspective, when you strip Aera down to the barest of essentials, you find a Wi-Fi-enabled, internet-connected, programmable and schedule-able, active air freshener. If you’re really into gadgets, that might sound kind of cool; but I think most people (including me) would think that’s one of the stupidest things someone could waste time inventing. After all, just because I slap a Wi-Fi radio in a kazoo attached to a hair dryer and design an “iKazoo” app to go with it doesn’t magically make the iAbomination something worthwhile to have.
Curb your un-enthusiasm, though, because calling Aera an “air freshener” is pretty close to journalistic malpractice. (I have insurance…) As I discovered during the demonstration, and now after several weeks of in-home testing, Aera is, in fact, a smart home fragrance device—and, in this case, each word in the moniker (“smart”, “home”, “fragrance”, and “device”) is an important descriptive aspect of Aera rather than being a list thrown together solely for marketing purposes.
Aera’s use of AirQ technology is what elevates this smart home device way above the simple “air freshener” category. Here’s how it works:
Aera converts liquid fragrance compounds into tiny droplets which in turn explode into billions of fragrance molecules to blend with ambient air. This process forces the release of all fragrance ingredients at once so the whole fragrance can be experienced. This is important because traditional methods release fragrance ingredients serially in the order of their volatility preventing smelling the whole fragrance at once and cause the scent effect to change in character over time.
Aera doesn’t use propellant; and, according to the Aera people, the device “produces no harmful volatile organic compounds, or VOCs.” It doesn’t use ethanol or other solvents as a way of improving the evaporation of the fragrance chemicals, either. As a result, says the company, “Aera is the most eco-friendly air freshener on the market.”
The health benefits of the AirQ technology, on its own, wouldn’t necessarily make Aera overwhelmingly compelling. The actual scent molecules being dispersed in the air are just as important, if not more so—especially for me, since I dislike the smell of most air “freshener” products, including scented candles and plug-in diffusers. The fact that I’m an olfactory crybaby is what kept me so ensnared at the Aera booth during CES. Aera’s fragrances are designed by actual perfumers and “fragrance artists”. By the scent of things, they’re top-notch perfumers and fragrance artists, too.
Aera is actually a two-part system consisting of the device itself and a cylindrical fragrance capsule (3.5-inches tall and just under inches in diameter) that slides into an opening on top of the device. Once a capsule is placed in the circular opening, a motorized mechanism slowly lowers it until barely one-half of an inch remains visible. Then Aera begins to buzz and starts scenting away. The buzzing noise, by the way, only happens when Aera is actively fragrant-ing. It’s not very loud, but the table or shelf you place Aera on might begin to vibrate with it. (You probably don’t want to put it on a nightstand next to your bed.)
There are six different fragrance capsules available at the moment: Odyssey, Moondance, Curiosity, Vibrance, Zephyr, and Poetry. You can order a free fragrance leaflet with “lift and sniff” samples of each scent. You can also take a five-question survey on Aera’s website, after which you’ll be presented with your personal “fragrance profile” and a recommended fragrance that’s the best match for you.
Fragrance capsules can be swapped out by pressing the eject button on the device, so you could change fragrances daily (if you’re into that kind of non-scentsical behavior). Partially filled capsules remain sealed and ready to be use again until they’re empty.
Aera connects to the Aera app on your smartphone/tablet via Wi-Fi. Once configured, Aera communicates with the main Aera server via your home internet connection. After creating an account, you can access info and history regarding your Aera(s) on your account page on Aera’s website. The Aera app allows you to program up to 20 different Aeras in your home with up to 20 different program/timer settings per Aera. Being able to manage multiple Aeras using one app is important because a single Aera is designed to fragrant-ize a room up to 2,000 square feet. Even if you live in a 2,000-square-foot home, though, Aera isn’t a whole-home scent device. The company hasn’t figured out how to pass scents through solid walls. (Slackers…)
The best thing about the diffuser is that, just by adding a few drops of essential oils and refilling the reservoir, you can enjoy the fragrance for about four hours at a stretch. It is highly safe, as it turns itself off automatically once the water just runs out. It is easy to use and can be simple to maintain.
As the color of the power light remains quite bright, even if you turn it to no-light mode. Thus, those who prefer total darkness while sleeping, might face problems. The water reservoir cannot be removed and thus, you it becomes difficult to wash it.
Mammoth Allie Ultrasonic Essential Oil Aromatherapy Diffuser
Mammoth Allie ultrasonic essential oil aromatherapy diffuser is easiest and most convenient to use diffuser. The diffuser uses a high quality ceramic ultrasonic diffusion. It is very easy to use. You will not require to turn, twist or tumble with the diffuser can simply change the water in the reservoir and add a few drops of essential oil, just by lifting off the top lid. It is the most easy to use and easy to maintain diffuser in the market. You can simply use it by plugging the power and switching it on and off. Its eco-friendly wood print and durable plastic material has created a wooden or bamboo look. It can run for three hours at a stretch before you need to refill the water reservoir.
QUOOZ Lull Ultrasonic Aromatherapy Oil Diffuser
It will help to revitalize and refresh your body, mind, and soul. You will just require to use a few drops of favorite essential oils, or fragrant oils, along with tap water. The cool vapor will uplift your mood, will help to cure colds, flu, sinusitis, and a dry cough. The QUOOZ Lull has a beautiful design. It has a long-life LED light, and it comes in tangerine, French gray, celery green, rose, and aquamarine colors, which adds to the visual delights. You can refresh your home, living room, dining room, bath, child’s room, office, spa, boutique, or salon with the QUOOZ Lull. It has an added safety feature, where the whenever the reservoir holding water reaches lower levels, the unit automatically shuts off. It is also highly energy efficient in nature.
First of all thanks for reading my article to the end! I hope you find my reviews listed here useful and that it allows you to make a proper comparison of what is best to fit your needs and budget. Don’t be afraid to try more than one product if your first pick doesn’t do the trick.
Most important, have fun and choose your Fragrant Room Sprays wisely! Good luck!
So, TOP3 of Fragrant Room Sprays
- №1 — Linen Splash Rose From Scentennials (32oz, 2-Pack)
- №2 — Linen Splash White Ginger From Scentennials (32oz, 1-Pack)
- №3 — Febreze Sleep Serenity Warm Milk and Honey – Pack of 2