scents to warm your winter mood

Has the winter cold been getting to you? Try turning to some of these warming scents to lift your winter mood back up. Let me know if you use any of these scents to help boost your mood this winter. 

Ginger: Try our Ginger Fig 

Ginger is also such an energizing scent and will help to keep your spirits high. This is so important in the winter, at a time when loneliness and depression are more common. 

Cinnamon: Try our Cinnamon Sticks

Cinnamon is known for its warm and sweet aroma. It also brings with it a number of health benefits that are particularly important in the winter months, such as preventing colds and coughs, relieving pain, fighting off infections, and reducing stress. 


Clove Bud: Try our Almost Home


Warm and spicy, clove is able to help with common winter ailments, including colds, coughs, and sinusitis. It can also help with digestive problems, such as nausea, making it quite the therapeutic oil.

Not only that, but clove oil increases blood circulation, which can go a long way in boosting heart health during the winter.

Nutmeg:  Try our Dough Bowl

The sweet, warm, and slightly woody scent of nutmeg is also known for being able to improve cognitive function. It clears away feelings of stress and exhaustion while improving concentration and productivity.

 Vanilla: Try our French Vanilla

The sweet scent of vanilla is instantly recognizable, and so many find this fragrance extremely comforting. 

Vanilla is known for being able to lift the mood and promote feelings of happiness. It provides a calming effect to the brain, it has been used by hospitals for decades to keep patients calm.

Vanilla is also able to lower blood pressure and encourage a restful sleep, which is why this scent is often used in the evenings. 


       Pine: Christmas Tree

Our Christmas Tree candle isn’t just for the holidays, it’s wonderful to burn year-round.  Pine needles are woody, earthy,  and fresh as well as incredibly warming. This is a cleansing and clearing scent, not only in terms of air quality but also when it comes to a cluttered mind. It is also able to help reduce feelings of fatigue, which is something that many experiences on a dreary winter’s day.