18 Jan Candle Aromatherapy: What are the Different Candle Scents and its Uses
What are the Different Scents and its Uses
Did you know that here in EPIC Workshops Candle Making Workshops in Singapore, you’ll be granted the flexibility to customize your candles in terms of colours and candle scent? In this article, we’ll be sharing some notable, popular candle scents that our participants usually choose for their candles as well as its benefits.
Used as an anti-stress treatment, Lavender has calming properties and is often associated as a “soothing” candle scent. This lavender scent pairs very well with a lilac / purple coloured candle as the lavender flower is often purple in colour!
A popular recommendation amongst aromatherapists, the Rose essential oil is usually used for its “calming properties”. The scentt of a rose is able to easily calm the nervous system as well as soothing the nerves. In times of stress and fatigue, you can easily count on the rose scent to alleviate your mood. The rose scent pairs very well with deep red, blush red and other hues of red or white as roses come in red and white in colour.
Lemon is often described as a “clean-smelling” fragrance and its antibacterial properties. Lemons contain a large amount of Vitamin C, it is said that lemon fragrances can help alleviate headaches, fever and even flu! This fragrance is best paired with a yellow or orange coloured candle, true to the colour of a lemon.
We all know this bitterfruit! However, this bitter fruit is also known as a superfruit for its unique benefits. As an essential oil, the grapefruit essential oil is known to help curb hangovers, headaches, mental fatigue and depression. This is all thanks to its unique, refreshing smell as a candle scent.
So with all of these candle scents, which scent is your favourite? Let us know which scent you would like to try at EPIC Workshops Candle Making classes today! For more enquiry on our candle making workshop for teambuilding and corporates, please drop us an email at email@example.com!