Put your toilet roll to good use with Feng Shui

Sheng Chi-318x242At home, we like to keep the house smelling nice but with the cat and dog all over the place at times, we try to avoid reed diffusers after recently hearing horrible stories about reed diffusers and chemical burns on animals.

We religiously check the ingredients in reed diffusers now for the living room and make sure they’re somewhere that the pets cant get to but a few months ago, Josephine came up with a fantastic way to keep the cloakroom and bathrooms smelling nice and a great, 100% natural way as well.

Feng Shui Toilet RollRather than leave candles burning around towels and toilet paper, we were looking for a safe way to use oils in the bathroom without any safety risks and Jo came along and put 2 or 3 drops of Sheng Chi oil from our Feng Shui Aromatics Oil range on the inside cardboard tube on the toilet roll and the smell was a strong but not overpowering aroma that lasted about four days before we needed to apply a few more drops.

Obviously, we are a little bit biased here and are going to say that our Aromatics range are the best smelling ever but the smell really is fantastic and fills the room for a good time and the best part is that you just throw the cardboard tube in to the recycling when you finish the roll and start all over again.

This is possibly the most simple way to use our Feng Shui Aromatics Oils as all you need to do is grab a roll of toilet paper and put a few drops on the brown cardboard on the inside of the roll and put it wherever you want and the best part is that its completely natural and safe being made from 100% natural oils which enhance your life.

I’d love to know how you use your Feng Shui Aromatics Oils around your home, office, car or wherever else you use them so we can add to this list. You can comment below or on our Facebook page.

You can view our full range of 100% natural Feng Shui Aromatics Oils by clicking here or clicking the image below.

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