Bringing freshness back into the home
Fragrance plays a silent, yet very essential role in our lives. It can play with our minds, and can calm our senses down to contented tones. Wouldn’t one like to be welcomed into their homes with freshness all over the air and fragrant aromas, especially after a tiring and stressful day at work? While some prefer to use air fresheners to get the effect of freshness and aromas, they do not realise that using air fresheners can also cause undesirable effects on their health and wellbeing, thanks to the toxic chemicals that are used in making these aromatic fresheners.
A better approach, which seems to be mild and still effective, is the use of scented candles. And as far as candles are concerned, one particular brand that comes to the minds of most people familiar with lighting solutions is Yankee Candle. A US-based fragrant candle maker, Yankee Candle has been in this business since 1969, and is considered to be a true success story. With over 150 unique fragrances spread in the market, this business has reached the top in a relatively short span of time, which definitely tells a lot about the products that they sell. Recently, they launched five new fragrances to mark the start of the New Year. The tropical theme-based scents are all set to become the newest entrants of the 150 strong fragrance list.
The scents are part of the Housewarmer Series, designed to bring a piece of the tropical sunset right into your homes. Waiki Melon is the melon scented candle that promises a taste of the tropical exotics. Another fragrance that tantalises the senses is called Black Coconut, and yet another, called Paradise Spice, brings to mind the beaches that one so often desires to visit. Turquoise Sky is a musk-based fragrance that must not be missed. The Child’s Wish brings a new definition to the word ‘freshness’ with the calming aroma of soft scented flowers and green fields.
The fragrances are available, as usual, in small, medium and large sizes in tandem with the rest of the HouseWarmer series, and are sure to take you back
This is a post from Tim Aldiss who writes for Yankee Candles. Thanks Tim.