Lavender & Rosemary
Lavender, the scent of grandma's linen closet, has a calming and stress-reducing effect. Can't remember how that linen closet smells? Fortunately, rosemary is good for your memory! So, not only do you freshen up your home and body, but you also give your memory a boost. That's a nice added bonus!
Calm & Soothing
The soothing scent of lavender is known for its calming properties, reducing stress and promoting relaxation. The floral aromas are often used to improve sleep quality and create a tranquil atmosphere.
Uplifting & invigorating
The uplifting scent of rosemary is known for its invigorating properties, increasing concentration and creating a fresh, energetic atmosphere. The herbal aromas are often used to stimulate the mind.
The fragrance combination of lavender and rosemary is like a Mediterranean sigh - a refreshing breeze that brings relaxation and freshness. Let yourself be carried away to sunny coasts with this enchanting duo.
Lavender has a rich history dating back thousands of years. Originally from the Mediterranean region, lavender was valued by ancient civilizations such as the Romans and Greeks for both its pleasant scent and alleged medicinal properties. Romans often used lavender in their baths and as perfume, while in the Middle Ages, it was employed to mask unpleasant odors and as a remedy for various ailments. Today, lavender is a popular fragrance in cosmetics, aromatherapy, and household products. It is often associated with relaxation and well-being, and its essential oil is widely used in massage oils and diffusers.
Rosemary, originally from the Mediterranean region, was valued by ancient Greeks and Romans for both its culinary and medicinal properties. In the Middle Ages, rosemary was known as a symbol of love and fidelity, often used at weddings and funerals. The herb was also considered an aphrodisiac. Today, rosemary is not only a popular culinary herb but also a beloved ingredient in cosmetics and aromatherapy.
Did you know…
… that mosquitoes and ants dislike the scent of lavender? Ideal for planting some lavender around your terrace if you prefer to keep them at bay!