Those air fresheners which are like stick which you put in oil and they soak up the oil and make your room smell nice?
My parents told me to bulk out my christmas list because it was too short. I'm feng shui-ing my room so this seems like a good idea.
I don't know what are they called, but make sure you ask for the ones with Ylang-ylang.
It's erotic !
Have you considered opening a window and asking for a new xbox game?
Yes, Janetta's right. I don't care for them, but hey you might like them.
scented oil burner! maybe inscense oil burner maybe oil inscence burner . how about oil lamp that burns smelly oil.
Reed diffuser...you can get the reeds and usable containers at nationwide dollar stores and tj maxx and other clearance places real cheap
Than dump the crappy oil that comes with them and look into various real essential oils
i diffuse thieves oil in my bathroom, its proven to fight and kill mold and bacteria and is made primarily from cinnamon and cloves so smells great
for feng shuing out your room, lol, the oil usually labeled as "relaxation" or "meditation" if you buy from young living which is the major provider of oils.
its great..its not to strong, but has a citrus tinge, its the sam ebasic oils that are used by most reikki practitioners ive met
it can be rather DIY, have your parents foot the bill on some real essential oils as they can be very expensive (they last a long time though)
http://wlnaturalhealth.com/aromatherapy … fusers.htm
http://www.youngliving.com/en_US/wellne … tial-oils/
Maybe that's where I've gone wrong....I just never thought they put off enough fragrance. We burn essential oils instead. Maybe I'll get my reed diffuser back out and use the good stuff. I know you also have to be pretty deligent about turning them periodically too.
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