We have a robust curated Aroma Library of scents to bring your business or home to life perfectly. We'll walk through our process with our ScentFluence selection tool to understand the atmosphere, feelings and memories you are aiming to evoke and will match you with a scent that perfectly speaks to your brand.
Our Clean Scent Ethos
Our exclusive scent formulations are clean and exclude all potentially harmful ingredients. Paraben-free, synthetic-fragrance-free, vegan, cruelty-free, phthalate-free, petroleum free.
That means minimizing skin irritants and no unnecessary additives—better for the planet and better for you.
And because, like you, we care about our planet, we coordinate with the industry regulatory organizations such as IFRA and RIFM to ensure all our ingredients are responsibly sourced.
IFRA is also at the origin of a Code of Good Practice for Manufacturers and standards for the use of fragrance ingredients, with three types of self-regulation:
- Prohibition: bans on the use of some materials
- Restriction: rules on the quantities or maximum dose to be used or the products in which certain materials can be used
- Specification: other conditions on the type of material
The RIFM Database is the most comprehensive, worldwide source of toxicology data, literature and general information on fragrance and flavor raw materials.
Scents that can do wonders for your well-being
Apart from their memory-inducing powers, certain scents can also do amazing things for our mind and body. From stress relief to headache relief, certain aromas have a way of making an impact (and positively so). In honor of Sense of Smell Day, here are 11 scents that are more than just a nice fragrance they benefit well-being..
Lavender can help you sleep
In a study of 42 college women, researchers found that the fragrance effectively eased sleep problems and depression in the participants.
Cinnamon can sharpen your mind.
Researchers from Wheeling Jesuit University studied participants and found that those who took a wiff of cinnamon improved in cognitive functions like visual-motor response, working memory and attention
Pine can alleviate stress.
In one Japanese study, participants who went on a walk through pine forests reported significantly lower depression and stress levels.
Fresh-cut grass can make you more joyful.
Scent researchers found that a chemical released by a newly - mowed lawn can make people feel more joyful and relaxed. The aroma my also prevent mental decline as you grow older.
Citrus can help you feel more energized.
Scents like lemon and orange are not only well-known for their Vitamin C properties, but simply sniffing the fruit can help boost energy and alertness.
Vanilla can elevate your mood.
In a study published in the proceedings of ISOT/JASTS 2004, researchers found that taking a whiff of vanilla bean elevated participants feelings of joy and relaxation..
Pumpkin can serve as an aphrodisiac.
In a study conducted by The Smell & Taste Treatment and Research Foundation, researchers discovered that 40% of the male subjects responded positively to a pumpkin scent