With three boys in the house, ya know we’re going to have some pretty interesting smells here. With my allergies, there isn’t always a whole lot I can use to mask these odors, so I was very excited to learn about the new Renuzit Sensitive Scents and give them a try!
These scented products are meant to give you a satisfying sensory experience while not overdoing it and kicking in your “scent-sitivities” (I totally made that word up. Yup. I’m super clever haha.)
The products come in three styles:
Adjustable scent cones
Universal scented oils (plug-ins)
And three scents:
Pure Water Blossom & Cucumber™
Pure Ocean Breeze™
Pure White Pear & Lavender™
Stick your Renuzit sensitive scents in your bathroom, entryway, kitchen, or bedroom! The ocean breeze scent would be great in the entryway, pear & lavender in the bedroom, and water blossom & cucumber in the bathroom!
What I Love
I like where these are going. Scented candles, sprays, and plug-ins make my home smell so wonderful, but I can’t use them as often as I’d like to. These scents are lovely and long-lasting.
What I’m Not Huge On
Personally, these scents are still too strong for me, but they do seem a little less potent than some of the regular kinds. Definitely give them a shot if you have a slight sensitivity to the average scents, as these might help you out.
My favorite way to use my scents is through the plug-ins, because you can set it and forget it and hide it out of the way. The adjustable cones are close behind because they are so simple to use and the biodegradable gel lasts up to 4 weeks.
The spray is a nice touch too if you have a pesky odor in a room or on some furniture (or especially in the bathroom) because you can spray it for instant smell masking.
Which scent are you most excited to try? Where will you put it? Share with me in the comments!
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