New Year, New You!

A wildly underrated member of the five senses – your sense of smell has a powerful effect on many of your brain’s functions.

Ariana Ayu, CEO at Ayutopia International – For INC.com

As 2018 draws to a close, you’re probably beginning to think of all the things you want to do this next year and how you want to change. 

Adjusting old habits and creating new positive ones can be a painstakingly difficult task, especially in the dark Winter months. Anything that can kickstart your motivation has to be a good thing!

Take a look at the top fragrance components for a focused and happy 2019…

Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus is used in many natural medicines. The scent of Eucalyptus reduces congestion making it the perfect aroma for those foggy 7am January starts.

Lemon

The scent of Lemon has been shown to aid the production of serotonin in the brain. Serotonin is the neurotransmitter that promotes happiness and also decreases anxiety. A burst of this citrus fragrance may be all you need to get up and go in the New Year!

Lavender

Lavender may be the key to keep your employees focused. A Japanese study found that when employees inhaled the scent of Lavender in their break, they had far better concentration when they returned to work tasks!

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