Sunday, March 13, 2016

Checking in With Vitruvi




Well hello there strangers! First off, I have to apologize for the blog being so quiet here the past couple of weeks. Between a cross-country move, the start of a new job, and getting my wisdom teeth taken out (yay chipmunk cheeks!), it has been nuts on my end. That being said, I have missed writing here tremendously, so I'm happy to be back. So, anyways, without further ado, let's get on with the review, shall we?

Today I want to talk a little bit about the lovely Vitruvi, a green brand that specializes in making the most amazing aromatherapeutic fragrances. I've been trying out a few pieces from the brand for some time now, so I have plenty of thoughts on each!

First up is the Go Face and Body Mist*, a mist that uses essential oils and scents from over nine (!!) countries, with the intention of calming your nerves during frequent travel. As someone who is a very nervous flyer, I have to admit that I haven't had the opportunity to use this mist for that opportunity just yet, but with the results I've had from it just in daily life, I'm sure it will go great. Go uses key botanicals such as myrtle, tea tree, lavender and eucalyptus to calm your nerves and mind simultaneously. The scent certainly is relaxing, and I absolutely love having it in mist form.

The other one I've been trying out is the Still Face and Body Mist*, a blend of vetiver, rose, clary sage and geranium that instantly helps elevate stress. As someone who suffers from anxiety disorder, having a spray that can even remotely help calm me is a big deal. I really enjoy spritzing this a bit around my home work space, breathing in the scent deeply and letting it relax me. Similarly, I've used this during stressful situations. Just these past few days, I've been dealing with the pain and stress of getting my wisdom teeth removed, and spraying a bit of this around the mood has instantly helped me put my mind at ease. The brand's website recommends using this for meditation and yoga, and I truly couldn't agree more.

While I've used aromatherapy oils in the past, I have to say I prefer them in mist form, as it almost diffuses the scent a bit, giving off strong aromatherapeutic qualities without ever feeling overwhelming. If anyone else is especially sensitive to scents, but still wants to benefit from a bit of aromatherapy, this is a line I'd absolutely recommend checking out.

Have you guys used anything from Vitruvi before? I'd love to hear recommendations on what to check out next!
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