10 Popular Scents for Spring

It's been a crazy winter here in the Northeast with record warm temperatures this past month of February. Spring is close, some even celebrate the first day of spring on March 1 - but there are actually two different dates that mark the start of the season. March 1, 2017 is the first day of the meteorological spring this year, while March 20 is the first day of the astronomical spring, most use the later date referring to the Earths orbit in relation to the sun, taking into account the equinoxes and solstices.

No matter the date you celebrate, we feel spring approaching. Many are preparing for that ritual spring cleaning. Not only do we want our space looking clean, we want it to smell fresh and feel uplifting after a long winter. Scenting your space with candles, diffusing essential oils, melts, or sprays will set the mood for that fresh, spring feeling.

List of 10 most popular scents for Spring in 2017.

1. Vanilla

2. Baby Powder

3. Mango and Papaya

4. Lemongrass

5. Midsummer's Night

6. Lavender

7. Coconut

8. Citronella

9. Lilac

10. Honeysuckle

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