Neom Scent Discovery Kit – what’s your fragrance need?

We all know that fragrance is much more than just a ‘nice smell’. The scents you like, or can smell the strongest, can be an indicator of what your body needs. So, Neom Organics has re-launched their Unique Scent Disovery Test, whcih takes 40 seconds to do, and will tell you what your underlying wellbeing need is.

There are four scents in the test – sleep, de-stress, energy and happiness, and I have clearly been burning the candle at both ends, because I was instantly – and only – drawn to the Sleep scent – much to my initial surprise – but then the more I thought about it…! I need sleep!

Neom Scent Discovery Kit

 

So, how does the test work?

Step 1: Deeply inhale the fragrance from each of the 4 bottles

Step 2: You’ll discover which scent you feel most drawn to, this is your underlying wellbeing need

Step 3: Spin the bottle around and reveal the wellbeing scent you need

Step 4: Visit neomorganics.com to share your results and explore the range that’s right for you

So, how does this work? Well, as you inhale each essential oil blend, the scent travels to the hypothalamus, a gland in your brain responsible for releasing the hormones which control how you feel.

Neom Scent Discovery Kit

At the hypothalamus, your body is most attracted to the essential oil blend that it needs – revealing whether you need sleep, de-stress, energy or a mood boost.

You can view a short Scent Discovery tutorial, at neomorganics.com/scentdiscovery

The test is redeemable in the form of a small, compact kit so you can discover your wellbeing need at home, and use it to track your results on a regular basis. Once you’ve completed the test, you can return to Neom to choose the range that is right for you.

It’s all about wellbeing, so, share your results on social media like I did, with the hashtag #MyWellbeingNeed.

 

The Scent Discovery Test is £5, available from neomorganics.com/scentdiscovery. Neom offer a £5 shopping voucher and complimentary ebook for customers who share their underlying wellbeing need.