Spring is a time of renewal, growth and transformation. It’s nature’s season of birth and blossoms. And what better way to embrace the spirit of spring than by refreshing your home with a fragrance that supports your goals for renewal?
In this astrological guide, we’ll explore how the elements associated with the zodiac signs—earth, air, fire, and water— can help you choose the perfect fragrance cartridge for your home. Whether you’re an adventurous fire sign or a grounded earth sign, there’s a fragrance that matches your element and brings out your best this season.
Fire Signs: ARIES, LEO, SAGITTARIUS
Spring forecast: Your passion and enthusiasm will be vibrant. Blossom along with the world with a fresh floral scent.
Fragrance recommendation: Kai Jasmine - A composition of green fern, apple and juicy orange fold into a bouquet of jasmine and orange flower, followed by soft tonka and musk
Earth Signs: TAURUS, VIRGO, CAPRICORN
Spring forecast: You’ll be in harmony with the earth, both grounded and practical. Plant seeds for the future with a green scent.
Fragrance recommendation: Green Bamboo - A crisp blend of bergamot and green grass with watery cucumber and soft Lily of the Valley.
Air Signs: GEMINI, LIBRA, AQUARIUS
Spring forecast: Your intellectual curiosity will be energized by new perspectives. Refreshing scents will let your thoughts and ideas soar.
Fragrance recommendation: Fresh Linen - A fresh floral fragrance with bright citrus, fresh air, orange blossom, violet and rose over ethereal woods.
Water Signs: CANCER, SCORPIO, PISCES
Spring forecast: Your intuitive nature will guide your goals to clarity. Fresh, watery fragrances will offer connection and focus.
Fragrance recommendation: Island Breeze - Fresh sea air with the alluring scent of Tiare flower, orange blossom, solar amber and musk.
What does the universe have waiting for you? Stay tuned for the next Astrological Guide – Summer Scents. In the meantime, order your spring fragrance here. Or get your pick delivered all season long – and switch scents when your pick for summer is revealed – by subscribing. Learn more here.
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