ASUTRA Mist Your Mood Aromatherapy Sleep Spray
Last updated date: October 7, 2020
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Update as October 7, 2020:
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Asutra’s lavender and chamomile spray is made in the United States with non-toxic, eco-friendly ingredients that are skin-safe.
In our analysis of 8 expert reviews, the ASUTRA Mist Your Mood Sleep Spray placed 1st when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Lavender and chamomile are gentle herbs that bring peace of mind. Chamomile helps lull you to sleep with its soft fragrance while Lavender helps calm your mind and relax your body. Together these herbs will have you resting easy.
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An Overview On Sleep Sprays
Aromatherapy, which refers to the inhalation or topical application of natural plant extracts to enhance the health of the mind and body, is a holistic practice used around the world. Using a spray that is infused with the calm-promoting aromas of lavender or chamomile is a great way to create a relaxing atmosphere for sleep.
Sleep sprays, most of which are made with non-toxic, all-natural essential oils, can be used to create a pleasant environment in your home any time of day. They can be sprayed on linens, furniture and clothing; and some of the products can even be used on the body (check manufacturers’ instructions). The sprays range in price for a 2- to 8-ounce bottle.
The Sleep Spray Buying Guide
- It might take some time to find the perfect sleep spray scent; don’t hesitate to try different combinations like pure lavender or lavender-chamomile to find the right one for you.
- Other anxiety-quelling scents include bergamot orange, sage, lemon and rose.
- The first time you use the spray, do a test spritz in the air to ensure you like it before applying it to your sheets, clothing or furniture.
- How much spray you use depends on your personal preferences but be careful not to soak surfaces by spritzing too much liquid. A little can often go a long way.
- Avoid spraying the liquid in your face or eyes.
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