Choosing perfume for your home can make all the difference in managing feelings of fatigue and stress in social distance. For many people, spending time at home has changed. Due to the social distance indicated for the control of the pandemic, there are more hours of work and monitoring of children’s studies, not to mention the reduction of leisure activities. A perfect formula to generate anxiety and stress triggers.

At home, there are several ways to enjoy the benefits of pleasant smells. Either by means of ascent, placing in the bathwater, pillows, or a bowl of hot water. Massage is also a good way to use oils in two ways, by the aroma, and by absorption.


Different products can help you achieve a pleasant scent, as perfumer Adiene Fernandes explains. The most found are aerosols, diffusers with sticks, and electric perfumes.

With the first, we can control the intensity of the fragrance, and when we want to have the space scented. When we choose the diffuser with rods, the perfume stays in the environment in a more diffuse way. In this case, it is important that the bottle is located in a ventilated area of the house, and that the sticks are turned frequently so that the fragrance is dispersed in the air more efficiently. There is also the possibility of using the electric scent, which works by heating the essence or essential oil and needs to be on for a longer time so that the scent of the space occurs more effectively.

Whoever chooses essential oils, says Adiene, a graduate in Industrial Pharmacy, wins an extra offer in relation to products that are only intended to perfume. Because they are natural, they have therapeutic effects and produce responses in our nervous, cardiovascular, digestive, pulmonary system, and in hormonal secretion. But they must be used with care.

In this important moment of anxiety control, the professional listed at Donna’s request requests some of these essential oils for exclusive use in environments (in contact with the skin they can cause allergies and spots). Are they:

Palo Santo essential oils


Palo Santo Bursera graveolens is considered one of the most versatile aromatic trees in the world of aromatherapy. This sacred tree has multiple magical properties that are good for our bodies. Palo Santo has great holistic properties, being wood with high amounts of Limonene, a natural terpene, which acts as an antioxidant, antibacterial, antifungal, antiseptic, and anti-inflammatory, it provides us with great benefits for our body if we use it correctly.

If to clean the air in your home or office you used Armenian paper to renew the air. Today I tell you that there is a more natural and easy way to do it, in countries of the Middle East and some countries of Latin America use Palo Santo to eliminate germs, viruses, bacteria, and bad energies that surround us. In addition to providing a fragrance conducive to relaxation, it renews the air and energies between each session.

The use of Palo Santo essential oils is very easy; they can be used by means of diffusion or by the application.


By means of diffusion, we are going to need an aroma diffuser, to this we add a little water and a few drops of Palo Santo essential oil, and we let the diffuser do its work, the moment we turn it on we will see how the diffuser begins to spread a vapor with a pleasant aroma, this helps to reduce levels of stress, fatigue, etc.

Through the application, we will use Palo Santo essential oil of 33% purity, ideal for application on the skin. With this oil, we can perform relaxing massages. Remember that Palo Santo has anti-inflammatory properties which will help relieve muscle and joint pain. For more information on Palo Santo oil visit >> EcuadorianHands

Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis): indicated for exhaustion and mental fatigue. Excellent for concentrating and concentrating. It should not be used by hypertensive and epileptic people due to its stimulating qualities.


Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus): fights insomnia and anxiety, and relieves mental fatigue and stress.

Atlas cedar (Cedrus atlantica): tonic for the nervous systems, respiratory and glandular. Produces deep relaxation and relieves
anxiety. Widely used to stimulate meditation. Contraindicated during pregnancy and for people with epilepsy.

Citronella (Cymbopogon nardus): deodorant and cleanser, insect repellent, and antiseptic. It should be avoided during pregnancy.

Bergamot (Citrus bergamia): indicated for loss of appetite, anxiety, depression, and stress. Avoid contact with the skin due to phototoxicity.

Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus): antiseptic, expectorant and stimulant of the respiratory system, it is also an air purifier.

Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens): indicated for premenstrual syndrome, menopause and depression.

Peppermint (Mentha piperita): decongestant, analgesic, tonic and stimulating, brings clarity to thoughts. Contraindicated during pregnancy and lactation.

Lavender (Lavandula officinalis): analgesic, calming, relaxing. Excellent for premenstrual syndrome, menopause, headaches, and migraines.


Melaleuca (Melaleuca alternifolia): stimulating the immune system and also indicated for muscle aches.

Sandalwood (Santalum album): calms anxiety and stress. Inspire the mind and meditation. Widely used in the practice of yoga.

Verbena (Lippia citriodora): in small doses it has soothing properties. Indicated for nervousness and insomnia.

Remember that before acquiring an essential oil you should know that essential oils of 100% purity are used for the diffusion of aromas since their percentage is very high, to apply it on our skin, its percentage should be reduced with neutral essential oil or vegetable like coconut or almond oil, or you can use the essential oil of 33% purity. Before using any essential oil, place a drop in your hand to see if it does not cause an allergic reaction. In case of irritation wash with plenty of water, try to keep essential oils out of the reach of children.

Note: Keep your essential oils in a cool place out of sunlight, so it will last longer, or for best scents visit