“I KNOW THIS IS MADE OUT OF PAPER, BUT IT LOOKS SO REAL, I JUST WANT TO SMELL IT.”
I am often asked if I scent my flowers or why don’t I scent my flowers.
On the average, about 80% of the people that see Paper Fancies for the first or even repeated, instinctively try to smell them.
Certain smells remind us of the flowers mom, dad or grandma had in their home or garden. We associate experiences with smells from the orange peel, to the smell of fresh baked bread to the scent of the most fragrant flowers.
Although the scent of a flower or food dissipates quickly, these flowers can be refreshed as often as you’d like with your favorite aromatherapy product brining you back to your favorite memory.
SOME OF THE BENEFITS OF AROMATHERAPY
- The scent of Peppermint has been known to trigger weight loss. It energizes and assists with headache.
- Have a big presentation ahead of you? Chamomile and pine aid in performance jitters.
- Cedarwood, sandalwood and frankincense can increase levels of oxygen in the brain, thus providing a heightened level of activity in your brain.
- People swear by Lavender and rosemary to help reduces stress levels.
- Frankincense may ease pain and act as a mood stabilizer.
- The scent of Pine is used at airports to calm travelers going through customs.
- Lemon assisted college students with word constructions and decoding tasks.
- Orange is uplifting as well as relaxing. It is said that orange is especially good for children.
- The scent of Grapefruit is uplifting and promotes happiness.
- Studies show that Floral aromas may accelerate the learning process.
A SCENT FOR A SMOOTH RIDE
We suggest a couple drops of lavender and rosemary on the back of the stem. This can reduce stress while driving in rush hour traffic and insure a more relaxed commute to work and back home.
Put our signature flower in your A/C vent and a few drops of your favorite scent. To order click on the image below.