4 Sought After Scents Candle Makers (And Consumers) Must Know
Whether you are a candle maker, candle consumer, or both, there are some scents that people always want to fill their air with.
As a candle maker, you want to know these scents because they are what people want to buy. As a candle consumer, you want to know these scents because they leave great impressions on members and guests in your household, workplace, and/or hangout spot.
Here are 4 staple scents that you cannot go wrong with whether you are making, or lighting a candle. The scents listed here are core scents. You can use these fragrances as standalone powerhouse scents, or as an ingredient to your own unique fragrance mixtures.
The citrus scent is bright, warm, and versatile. You can use citrus in both simple and sophisticated scents. Citrus complements so many other fragrances, and is also wonderful as its own scent.
There’s just something about the smell of citrus on a warm sunny afternoon that revitalizes the mind. Check out citrus scents here.
Studies have shown that the aroma of lavender may help relieve stress, anxiety, and restlessness. Records show lavender has been in use for potentially over 2500 years, and there are no signs of slowing down. Find Lavender scents here.
Vanilla has a wonderful, calming, sweet smell. Vanilla aroma has been known to reduce signs of depression and anxiety, as well as increase libido. It’s easy to imagine why this scent is a top seller. Check out vanilla scents here.
Cinnamon has been used as a traditional medicine for thousands of years. Studies have shown that the scent of cinnamon can help improve brain function and memory. The cinnamon aroma is also very relaxing. Click here to view cinnamon scents.
If you’re considering what scents you should add to your candle store or make unique scents with, know that these 4 scents are among the most popular. Use them as individual scents or add them to your own creations. Enjoy the wonderful social and mental benefits of an effective candle aroma.