NEW From Febreze: Sleep Serenity Bedtime Scents

Back during my university days we relied on bottles of Febreze to keep us feeling and smelling fresh. There may have been piles of dirty dishes, pizza on the carpet and four week unchanged bed linen, but at least everything smelt like it’d just been cleaned. Ten years later and Febreze are attempting to corner another area of the market, helping us to sleep a little better by launching a range of bedding and room sprays. Available in Moonlit Lavender, Quiet Jasmine and Warm Milk & Honey, they aim is to enable us all to ‘sleep happy’ and breathe in relaxing and comforting scents before we drift off.

Bottled in the traditional packs we’re used to
spritzing around the home, the scents are less soothing than I
anticipated. They still carry a hint of that ‘Febreze’ scent we’re all
familiar with, but an added layer of something subtle. As a keen candle
burner, especially before bedtime, I’m used to slipping between the
sheets and breathing in a relaxing scent or lavender or chamomile – so I
was really excited to try these. However, the scent is so subtle that
it was hardly noticeable by the time I actually got into my PJs and
under the covers.

The sprays are great at refreshing
linen (especially in the morning after you’ve made the bed,) and helping
to add that ‘just washed’ feeling, but in terms of bedtime bliss they
really don’t deliver. Not only do they make pillows a little damp, but
by the time they’ve dried enough to sleep upon the scent has all but
disappeared. The Bedroom Mist spray provides a stronger scent, but is
not dissimilar to an air freshener – it disperses fragrance into the
room to leave a subtle perfume in the air, but again it’s really rather
soggy.

There are some other products within the range
that I may pick up and give a whirl (including a plug-in fragrance
dispenser,) in the hope of achieving a more noticeable and
emotion-inducing scent. However, these definitely feel more at home in
the washing aisle of Tesco than the beauty aisles of Boots. In the
meantime, I’ll be sure to ‘sleep happy’ thanks to a nice cup of
chamomile tea and a Neom Organics candle.

The Febreze Sleep Serenity range is available from Boots priced from £2.99.

1 Comment

  1. Aerie Berrie
    May 6, 2014 / 2:23 pm

    Such a shame! I hate it when bed mists do that! xBerrieBlogs| {beauty blog}

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