5 Uplifting Scents To Welcome The New Year

As we embark on a New Year, incorporating uplifting scents into our environments can help to set both a positive and energising tone.

Find here our favourite scents to kickstart the new year with a sense of freshness, positivity, and motivation.

1. Cedarwood


Cedarwood has a warm and comforting aroma that can evoke feelings of stability and strength. Therefore, it's a great choice for setting a grounded and positive tone. You'll find it in our Atlas Cedar and Shinrin-Yoku collections.

2. Jasmine


Jasmine has a sweet and floral aroma that is often associated with relaxation and mood enhancement. At the same time, it has uplifting capabilities that promote feelings of confidence and optimism. Find Jasmine in our Wildflower scent collection, in candles, incense and home mist.

3. Eucalyptus


The clean and invigorating scent of eucalyptus is known to promote a sense of clarity and vitality, making it a great choice for a fresh start. You'll find it in our Onsen scent collection, blended with uplifting manadarin and peppermint.

Turn your morning shower into an energising, uplifting spa-like experience with our Eucalyptus based Mezame Shower Spray. We think it’s wonderful any day of the week, but particularly so on sleepy weekday mornings.

4. Balsam Fir


The crisp and woody scent of fir is reminiscent of the outdoors and can bring a sense of renewal. It's a great choice for creating a clean and uplifting atmosphere. Find it in our Smoke & Musk collection blended with patchouli, one of our bestselling scents for Winter.

5. Sage


An ancient ritual known for its cleansing properties, the uplifting and invigorating aroma of sage also has mood-lifting and stress-reducing effects. For a cleansing new year ritual, try our Sage Incense Cones and Incense Sticks.

Alternatively, try our Clean Essential Oil in an aroma diffuser. It's blended with clary sage, refreshing peppermint, and calming lavender.

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