With temperatures rising, your living space might not smell so great. And while there are plenty of indoor fragrances and air fresheners you can use, it’s better to avoid them. The chemicals and toxins in perfumes aren’t so great for you and the environment. But luckily, with these three natural tips, you can make your living space smell nice and fresh again.
Bring Mother Nature inside
Imagine the amazing fragrance of a blooming lilac bush. Why not bring some of Mother Nature’s natural fragrance inside? Whether you go for lavender, eucalyptus, lilac or even roses, these flowers are one air freshener hack that doubles as a beautiful décor piece, too.
Get rid of trashy smells
When the heat kicks in, your garbage bin probably starts to smell a bit gross. So, grab a couple cotton pads and saturate them with essential oils, like lemongrass and peppermint. When you hide these aromatic cotton pads underneath the garbage bag, they can help to neutralize the smell and keep your kitchen smelling a whole lot better.
Get yourself an essential oil diffuser
Not only do essential oils provide a wide variety of aromas, but they can also support emotional wellbeing, too. So, not only will your house smell amazingly good, but you’ll probably feel good, too.
It’s easy to find a inexpensive diffuser to get the job done. And while lavender is an obvious and lovely choice, you can also try invigorating Grapefruit, Wild Orange, Peppermint and Bergamot essential oils.