A bouquet of blue hydrangeas pulls the Sunday brunch table together. A vase of long-stem roses on a cluttered desk brings a touch of romance to your dreary corporate office. Flowers bring beauty wherever they bloom, and if you can learn to harness their appearance-boosting benefits, they might just share some of that beauty with you.
The average person can identify 10,000 different scents. Some of those fragrances, like designer colognes, make us weak in the knees. Other smells, like month-old leftovers, send us running for the door. In the world of aromatherapy, we choose our favorite scents not just for how they smell but also for what they can do for our bodies and minds. At Burke Williams, we use a wide variety of essential oils to create a total sensory spa experience. Read on to learn about three of our favorite scents . . .