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Tricks of the Trade: Fragrance Mists

Our fragrance mists are incredibly versatile, so we wanted to highlight some of the ways you can use this product to its full potential! All of our mists have been fully tested (we use them just about everyday!).

Room Spray

Sometimes rooms get a little stinky or just need a little refresher. Candles and wax melts work great for this, but if you need something a little quicker, more concentrated, or having fire and/or melting wax in your home isn’t a safe option, our fragrance mists will fit your needs! Try using one spray at first to see if that’s enough as our room sprays are generally a bit stronger than our candles and wax melts (just due to how our fragrance oils interact with the base we use for the mists).

Linen Spray

Our fragrance mists can be used as linen sprays on most fabrics (try doing a test spray on a spot first to ensure your fabric won’t be negatively impacted first, especially if it’s an expensive fabric!). We’ve received reviews that some of our scents have helped users fall asleep better, especially if the scent was one of their comfort characters! Try a spritz on your favorite pillows and blankets to really pull your room together.

Body Spray

Obviously one of the most common ways our fragrance mists are used is as a body spray/perfume/cologne. We recommend a “spray and delay” method to avoid over saturating yourself. Just do a spray in front of you and then walk forward into the mist (make sure to have your mouth closed! Our fragrance mists smell great, but that doesn’t translate to taste 🤮). You may need to do a quick refresher during the day depending on the strength of the scent you have.

Wool Dryer Balls

Using wool dryer balls is an excellent way to help save the environment by avoiding the use of single-use dryer sheets. We still get great results when we use them (no static on our clothes) and they last for a super long time!

However, we know that fabric softener sheets often also help freshen up clothes with a fragrance. You don’t have to miss out on that! Take your wool dryer balls and spritz your favorite fragrance mist onto them to impart a light wash of fragrance on your clothes!

Layering Scents

Don’t be afraid to mix and match your fragrance mists together! Obviously some scents may work better together than others, but if you’re unsure, try spraying two (or more!) you’d like to combine on a piece of paper to get a general idea of how they work together. Fragrances do interact with your body chemistry so this test won’t be 100% accurate, but it should give you a general idea as to whether you liked a combination or not!


Do you use your fragrance mists for other purposes? Let us know in the comments below!

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