Bango! Home Scents Under P1,000 For That 'Amoy Mayaman'You can buy them all online!
I bet we can all agree that hotels — especially their lobbies — smell amazing. The good news is we don't need to blow lots of cash to make our homes smell as fancy as these places.
Here are some affordable luxe-smelling home scents you can buy online
Hotel-inspired reed diffusersP400/50 ml and P750/120ml, Spruce Up
Local brand Spruce Up Gifts has come up with reed diffusers that were inspired by the luxurious scent of Shangri-la Hotel's lobby. The best part is they only cost less than Php800!ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
P.S. They also have a Smart Scent Machine (Php6,000) that's designed to automatically dispense fragrance oils (you may adjust how often the machine sprays). You can use it to effortlessly maintain the pleasant scent in your home.
Php421.81/125ml BC Fragrance
Fun fact: BC Fragrance's scents are being used in several hotels and showrooms. Their best-seller is Ginger Flower. It contains a blend of lily of the valley, jasmine, ginger flower, citruses, and vanilla. As BC Fragrance tells Real Living, customers often describe this scent as "amoy mayaman."CONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
Warm Cotton Waterbased Oil
P690/100 ml, Mia Maison
Keep your bedroom smelling clean all day with this cotton fragrance oil. It has a comforting warm scent that will remind you of fresh linen!
Pure Caribbean Reed Diffuser
P960, Alexander Fragrance
Alexander Fragrance recreates the feel of staying in a "five-star hotel" with this reed diffuser. The local brand describes the scent as "light floral" and "aquatic-powdery." It has notes of light bergamot and tea, and it's spiced with ginger. Its base notes are sandalwood, vanilla, and musk.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Fresh Bamboo Waterbased Oil
P690/100ml, from Mia Maison
Pick up a bamboo fragrance oil if you want to come home to a fresh-smelling, resort-like space. This one from Mia Maison has a clean and crisp scent. According to the fragrance brand, "Fresh Bamboo reminds you of crisp jungle leaves in a damp bamboo forest or a day hike to a majestic grassy mountain range."
This story originally appeared on Realliving.com.ph.
*Minor edits have been made by the SmartParenting.com.ph editors.
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