Keeping your home fresh smelling can be a challenge and doing so safely is especially important.
Closed up spaces like closets and vehicles can get stale and musty.
The kitchen trash is always creating odors.
Pets and people can really make a stink.
And, of course, the bathroom just never smells great.
So what's out there to solve the problems without creating a toxic environment.
Traditional room fresheners contain some pretty nasty ingredients and when you think about it you might be disturbed. Listed below are some of the common toxins found in conventional fragrance products for the home.
Didecyl Dimethyl Ammonium Chloride
We all want fresh clean smells that don't include harmful chemical bases,
But what do we need to look for to ensure a healthy environment for our families? Our answer to the universal problems associated with humans, animals, close spaces, and trapped odors is clean and simple. It is possible to fragrance your home without releasing harmful chemicals. Spraying a natural fragrance room scent will temporarily address an odor. You may think the fragrance doesn’t last long but there are two reasons for this.
The olfactory sense will smell a fragrance for about 3 minutes and then requires an absence of the fragrance before it will smell again. This is a natural and protective mechanism to protect your body from being overstimulated.
We don’t want the fragrance to last too long as that may lead to headaches, allergy symptoms, and even nausea.
Did you know that companies are allowed to keep the ingredients associated with "fragrance" unlisted?
We use a combination of safe natural aroma compounds and essential oils in our home fragrances. All of our ingredients are listed on the label. Whether you are looking for long-lasting diffuser oils, quick working room sprays, or a safe alternative to scented dryer sheets, we have a solution for you!
So, what's the difference between essential oils and natural aroma compounds?
Essential oils are the full essence of many parts of botanical material including flower, bark, leaf, and even root. This essence is made up of many different notes that, when added together, make up the whole fragrance of a botanical. Natural aroma compounds, on the other hand, are isolates of a plant’s essence. Once isolated, that one single part of a fragrance can then be combined with other isolates to create a new blend. It’s still very natural and plant-based.