What Does Lilac Smells Like

by Sherry Perez on June 05, 2019
Lilac fragrance varies depending on the Lilac variety. The lilac has an appealing smell, some people find it too sweet because it has a strong, sweet, heady scent that is almost cloying. Lilac scent is heavy while still feeling fresh, but it's definitely a scent that clings to the air.


Korean lilac (Syringa patula) has smaller flowers than common lilac and the flowers are densely formed. Their scent is intense and slightly spicy, with less sweetness than common lilacs. Japanese tree lilac (S. reticulata) grows 30 feet high and produces creamy-white panicles of blooms. The fragrance is completely unlike that of common lilacs, resembling honey. Some people find its fragrance offensive. - Hunker 

Keep lilac in your bedroom - if you are suffering from depression and anxiety. The aromatherapeutic oil of lilac is proven to elevate depression and relaxes your mind and body, because the smell of lilac itself is noted for it's calming effect. Simply inhaling a few whiffs of lilac essential oil can impact your limbic system, promoting feelings of calmness and lowering stress hormone levels in the body. This can lead to better sleep and lower levels of depression, as well as a reduced risk of chronic disease.

Lilac is beautifully fragrant regardless of variation - the scent of lilac is uplifting and promotes feelings of joy plus it leaves your home smelling wonderful.

Get the aromatherapy benefits of Lilac through  Aubert & Amandine in RENEW scent. The scent is in high intensity, highly concentrated with top quality essential oils along with pure vegetable wax. 



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