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What Does Palo Santo Smell Like?

Palo santo (Bursera graveolens) is a tree native to the dry tropical forests of Peru, Ecuador, and other parts of South America. It’s known for its fragrant resin and is popular for…

What Does Patchouli Smell Like?

Native to Southeast Asia, patchouli (Pogostemon cablin) is a flowering herb belonging to the mint family, Lamiaceae. It has been cultivated for use in perfumery for centuries, though more recently has come…

7 Simple Ways to Make a Reed Diffuser Smell Stronger

A reed diffuser is a long-lasting home fragrance solution that consists of a vessel filled with fragrance oil and reeds that absorb and disperse it into the air. Reed diffuser reeds work…

5 of the Best Fall Fragrances to Ease You Into Autumn

Fall is the transitional period between the warmth of summer and the chill of winter. As you enjoy warm days lounging on the patio and cool nights curled up by the fire,…

Verbena: An In-Depth Look at this Lemon-Like Scent

Verbena has a lemony scent, but it is lighter than the fragrance of pure lemon and has sweet, fruity undertones. Though widely known for its aromatherapy applications, verbena has a variety of…

Cassis: An In-Depth Look at this Fruity Fragrance

Cassis has a fruity, floral fragrance that blends well with other florals like jasmine, rose, and violet. It also has a green element to its fragrance which pairs perfectly with earthy scents…

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