Romance Is In the Air

Romance in the air: 5 blends you have to try

We’ve all heard it before: The heart wants what it wants. Sometimes, however, the heart needs a little convincing. Whether you’re planning your 1st date or 500th, correct lighting, soft music, and someone special are the recipe for romance. Add a romantic diffuser blend to the mix and watch love spark!

Star-crossed love

As Shakespeare once said, “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” We’ve got Rose oil in this blend, but we’ve also added Kunzea and Sacred Sandalwood—for a sweet scent you can’t get wrong! Recite a bit from the Bard and your romantic evening will be set.

Star-crossed love diffuser blend

Dinner by Candlelight

This dreamy blend features Geranium, Cedarwood, Patchouli, and Orange. The floral, citrusy scents combined with warm, woodsy aromas pair well with a fancy homemade dinner, dimmed lights, and soft music.

Romance in the air diffuser blend

Candy Hearts

Bring out the middle school, secret-love-note vibes with this twist on tart aroma. This romantic blend, featuring Stress Away™, Tangerine, Copaiba, and Wintergreen, gives us all the heart eyes!

Candy Hearts diffuser blend

Blossoming Love

Put the petal to the metal by diffusing this fresh, floral blend. Instead of giving your love a bouquet of blooms, step up your romantic game with this aromatic treat featuring Clary Sage, Lemon Myrtle, and Jasmine!

Blossoming Love diffuser blend

Wild at Heart

Whisking away your forever crush to a field of wildflowers is romance in overdrive. Let your love run wild by diffusing this refreshing blend that includes Joy, Melissa, Grapefruit, and Petitgrain.

Wild at heart diffuser blend

YL Tip: Love these combos? Add any of these romantic blends to bath salts, your favorite unscented lotion, or massage oil so these sultry scents can stay with you!

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