Bestselling Home Fragrance Products in 2022
NEST Fragrances Moroccan Amber Scented Reed Diffuser, 5.9 oz
NEST Fragrances Reed Diffuser- Holiday, 5.9 fl oz
- Reed Diffuser 175 mL / 5.9 Oz.
- NEST Fragrances Holiday Reed Diffuser provides the aroma of a sparkling holiday season, which is created by blending pomegranate, Mandarin orange, pine, cloves and cinnamon with a hint of vanilla and amber.
- Custom designed glass lightly touched with gold
- The alcohol-free formula releases fragrance slowly and evenly into the air for approximately 90 days.
Home Health Goji Berry Fragrance-Free Facial Cream, 4 Ounce
- A breakthrough in anti-aging skin care wellness
- A blend of nutrient rich organic goji berry with specially selected health-promoting skin care ingredients including hyaluronic acid and retinol
- Use this light, fragrance-free facial moisturizer daily to protect, hydrate and revitalize skin for a smoother, more youthful-looking complexion
- Absorbs quickly
Wax and Oils Soy Wax Aromatherapy Scented Candles, Pumpkin, 8 oz (Pack of 3)
The Body Shop Satsuma Home Fragrance Oil, 0.34 Fl Oz
NEST Fragrances Classic Candle- Bamboo, 8.1 oz
Niven Morgan Gold Home Fragrance
- 4.35 fl. oz/128.64 ml.
Bath and Body Works White Barn Aromatherapy Comfort Vanilla Patchouli Candle 3 Wick 14.5 Ounce (packaging may vary)
Thymes - Simmered Cider Home Fragrance Mist - 3 Ounce Bottle
- FRAGRANCE NOTES - Simmered Cider will be your new delectable holiday tradition, with a mix of welcoming scents of fresh-pressed apples, mulling spice and a touch of bourbon.
- HOME MIST - Spicy and delectably intoxicating, this uncommon VOC-compliant room spray combines warm fragrance notes of apples, malted rum, bourbon, cardamom and clove. This is one fall fragrance you must try.
- FRESHEN ANY ROOM -- An air freshener like any other! Used throughout your home, office or car, this mist layers the air with sophisticated fragrance. An effective way to transform the ambiance of any room.
- SCENT FOR ALL SEASONS - Get in the holiday spirit all year long with the fragrant spicy warmth of a cool, crisp, autumn day, inviting comfort and style into your home.
- SET THE MOOD FOR MEMORIES - Sweet and spicy notes set the mood for those special moments that make up our life stories, creating a tradition to savor and to share.
Claire Burke Original Spray Kitchen Décor Fragrance/Home Scent, Small, Green
Bath & Body Works 3 Wick Candle Leaves
- Fragrance: Crisp Red Apple, Golden Nectar, Warm Clove Spice
- The Perfect 3-Wick Candle!
- Made using the highest concentration of fragrance oils, an exclusive blend of soy-based wax and wicks that won't burn out, our candles melt consistently & evenly, radiating enough fragrance to fill an entire room.
- Topped with a decorative lid!
- Burns approximately 25 - 45 hours and measures 4" wide x 3 1/2" tall.
Bath & Body Works 3-Wick Candle in Toasted Coconut
- Golden Toasted Coconut, Fresh Vanilla Bean, Soft Caramel
- Candle comes in beautiful colored glass
- Topped with a flame-extinguishing lid
- Burns approximately 25 - 45 hours
- Measures 4" wide x 3 1/2" tall
Michel Design Works Home Fragrance Diffuser, Honey Almond
- Eight reeds and an elegant glass decanter are packed into a window box for easy viewing
- 7.7-Ounce Container
- Scent: Honey almond
- Sure to be a treasured housewarming, birthday or secret Santa gift
- Look to Michel Design Works for luxurious, all-natural bath and body products and beautiful home and stationery items
Put Away the Anti-Bacterial Soap
For years many people have put great confidence in the Anti-Bacterial cleaning products that can be found at any market. But is it sound science, or a created market in response to irrational fears?
This past March (2005) a study was released by researchers at Columbia University which monitored 120 New York City families who they supplied with anti-bacterials. They found that the control group experienced roughly the same amount of colds, sore throats, and fevers as the general population. A panel of experts meeting with the Federal Drug Administration in October 2005 reported the same result. Of course, most of those ailments are caused by viruses, so an anti-bacterial product would not kill the source. That wasn't the position taken by my sister, or many others. They had the expectation that it killed anything microscopic. It could be argued to be no big deal, let them use the anti-bacterials if it makes them feel better. The problem is that there are repercussions.
What happens when these products kill is that they don't kill everything. Many advertise that they kill "99.9%" of germs. It is that other point 01% that presents the problem. Those little suckers live, and they adapt. Then they multiply, and subsequent generations are resistant to the cleaners. So they multiply, and quickly, because their competitors are dead. So you end up with many resistant bacteria in your house that can potentially mutate more and threaten general public health. The same advisory panel voiced these concerns to the FDA. They also pointed out that the cleaners use chemicals that are environmentally harmful. And while they acknowledged that the direct link between anti-bacterials and more resistant bacteria has not been fully established, the circumstantial evidence is more than enough to cause concern. There was a suggestion that the FDA take steps to more closely control and monitor the use of anti-bacterials. One idea put forth was to restrict the use of the cleaners to hospitals and homes with very sick people.
Here is something else to think about. What if they worked completely, and killed every manner of germ? If a person didn't stay isolated in their own environment all the time, they might be exposed to germs out in the World that their immune systems aren't prepared to handle. So when it comes to cleaning, what is the best course of action? Clean frequently, and thoroughly, with plain old soap and water. And teach children to wash their hands early, so that it becomes a life-long habit.
If a person travels alot, they will fare much better if they have an immune system that is more able to respond to threats that they might encounter. Unless one wants to live in their own anti-bacteria bubble, they have to live with the realization that they will be exposed from time to time to germs. The best thing to do is just practice good general hygiene, exercise, and eat right.