It is time to head back to school, whether that means online classes or in person classes we can help you pick out your aromatherapy basics to help you manage stress all semester long. Most dorm rooms have a “no flame” rule and having a flame or too much heat near your computer is not a good idea which means our essential oils, reed diffusers, and room sprays the perfect fragrance solutions for your dorm room or at home work space.
Building your aromatherapy collection for school should start with asking yourself “What atmosphere do I need for my semester to be successful?” All of the Farm to Aromatherapy products have the benefits listed right on the packaging, so once you know the atmosphere you want to achieve our products can guide you to the best essential oils to achieve it.
Our variety of products allow you to change up your fragrance delivery system, so your dorm or work space is always smelling fresh. Reed diffusers create a consistent base fragrance, while essential oil mist diffusers are more customizable, and then room sprays are great for a quick fragrance refresh.
Reed Diffuser=Base Fragrance
The base fragrance that you choose should reflect the main mood you are trying to set in your space. Our reed diffusers give long lasting, consistent fragrance for up to 12 weeks. With that many days of fragrance, your reed diffuser will last you all semester. Be sure to flip the reeds every week or so to refresh the fragrance.
For your relaxation zone, a Lavender, Eucalyptus, Relaxation, or Serenity reed diffuser would be your best choice. Eucalyptus and Lavender are classic spa fragrances.
A Focus reed diffuser will keep you on track in a space dedicated to studying. Keep this fragrance on your desk for the maximum aromatherapy benefit.
For a cheerful and energizing space, go with a Lemon, Peppermint, or Refresh reed diffuser. These fragrances also have the added benefit of being able to combat mal-odors that might occur in small spaces like dirty laundry or garbage.
EO Mist Diffuser=Customizable Fragrance
An essential oil mist diffuser is a great way to add fragrance to change the atmosphere in the room quickly. Farm to Aromatherapy’s 100% pure essential oils can be added to a mist diffuser on their own or blended with other oils to create different aromatherapy benefits to help you through your daily routine.
As a part of your morning routine for those dreaded 8a.m. classes, use Lemon, Peppermint, or Refresh essential oils in your diffuser to get your day started out right. These essential oils will wake you up and make it easier to be present in those morning classes. If your class is over video chat, you can run you mist diffuser the whole time to help you stay alert and focused.
Aromatherapy can keep you energized during long study sessions. Diffuse Lemon, Peppermint, or Focus to keep you on track while studying for your big test or writing a paper. Keep your mist diffuser and oils on your desk for easy access.
A stressful school day can mean less sleep for some students. Serenity, Lavender, and Relaxation can help you achieve deeper, more restful sleep. Diffuse these about 15 minutes before going to sleep to help you wind down. If your mist diffuser is going to be a regular part of your nightly routine, your bedside table might be the best place to keep it. However, always remember to turn your mist diffuser off during the night, so it isn’t running while you sleep. Our Essential Oil Care + Use blog post has more tips on caring for your mist diffuser.
Room Spray=Burst of Fragrance
Our room spray is great if you need a quick fragrance refresh. Selecting the room spray that matches your base fragrance will allow you to give your dorm room or work space an extra burst of that fragrance.
Lavender, Serenity, and Relaxation are also good room mists to have on hand in case you don’t have time to run your mist diffuser before going to sleep. Simply use the Lavender, Serenity, or Relaxation room spray to create a calming environment before getting in bed.
So, what atmosphere do you need to create for your semester to be successful? Let us know on Instagram and Twitter @Farm2Aroma.