Scents to Beat the Winter Blues

Sometimes the winter months with the long days, shortness of daylight and cold temps can make us feel completely out of sync with our natural schedules, and it can make winter the most draining time of the year. But luckily, there’s a way to beat the winter blues with  candles fragrance . here’s some of my fragrance tips:

Here are five of my favorite scents to help Long Winter Months:
·         Lavender. Probably the best-known scent to soothe                 and relieveanxiety and depression, lavender can                       make you feel drowsy and relaxed. ... Lavendar Mist
.     Peppermint. ... Candy Cane, Vanilla Mint
.   Sandalwood. ... Sandlewood
         Eucalyptus. Our Candle: Eucalyptus Spearmint
     Rose : Victorian Rose
  Lemon : Biscotti Lemon

.  Basil : Basil Sage Mint
.       Ginger, Cinnamon Clove: Gingerbread Cookies,Cinnamon,Homestead, Cinnamon Buns, Almost Home
·        Spruce Tree Scent Citrus  Spruce,Christmas Garland



Feeling Really Blue ?

These should help bring a more positive feeling: basil, sage, geranium, jasmine, lavender, patchouli, rose, sandalwood are just a few

Fatigue/lack of energy

Forget the coffee: if you need to pep up, inhale some rosemary, peppermint, lemon, basil, ginger, tea tree or cypress instead. It will revive each of your senses!
Burn a lavender candle for an hour before bedtime to wake in the morning feeling refreshed and energetic.
Let’s face it–winter is irritating! And not just for the mind, chamomile, sage, berries and rose can help .

 Unfocused thoughts

If you don’t dig flowery scents, Sandalwood has a very earthy smell and is a known antidepressant. It has extensive therapeutic benefits such as clarity and calmness, and has an effect on overall well-being such as mental health.


Head all over the place? Some sage, myrrh, or spruce scent whenever you feel in a cloud.

Appetite control Overeating? Feeling bloated?


If you’re a stress eater, Peppermint  decreases hunger cravings and helps you kick your habit of eating when you’re stressed. It also reduces pain and relaxes muscles when applied topically, and improves focus and concentration for long periods of wakefulness. It’s also a great smell for the winter because it reminds me of Christmas, which can also lead to an elevated mood.