Keep Your Nursery Smelling Like Roses with Greenleaf Scented Sachets



Does this sound familiar: The offensive diaper is long gone, but not that offensive smell! The diaper pail may be clean, but the air smells far from it. And, let'??s say, you have friends coming over in a few minutes. What do you do? Fear not, we found the perfect solution to your offensive smelling woes.

Greenleaf, a fragrance company, has a large variety of scented envelope sachets that can freshen up any room just by placing the sachet in a drawer, on a bookshelf, or in a closet. You can even put the contents of a sachet in your vacuum bag to freshen up a nursery rug. Greenleaf Scented Sachets contain natural fragrance oils that are encapsulated, so the scent is just powerful enough (but not overly strong) and lasts a long time.

Sachets are also great to keep by the front door to give an inviting scent when you first enter your house. When I went trick-or-treating as a kid I noticed that some houses had a not so nice smell. When those doors were opened, I didn'??t want to know those people. I didn'??t even want their candy. But, other houses, something smelled so inviting, so warm and friendly. I knew that would be a fun house to visit. And that'??s what I think of when I smell the Greenleaf'??s seasonal sachets: Cinnamon, Apple and Cinnamon, Gathering and Hope.

At bedtime, I love the indulgence of a lavender bubble bath, but I rarely have time for bubble baths. (At least not for myself!) I started keeping a lavender sachet next to my bed and the smell is so soothing and relaxing. It's my "Calgon" moment. (Do you remember those commercials?)

With so many uses and 27 fragrances, Greenleaf Scented Sachets are perfect to keep around the house and to give as inexpensive gifts.

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