Thursday, March 31, 2016

Get a Fresh Clean Scent for the Most Sensitive Noses with #Renuzit

Being a mom, and an allergy sufferer - I both appreciate and detest air fresheners. Sometimes, your home needs some gentle freshness that opening a window simply cannot deliver (especially in the middle of winter) but overpowering perfume scents are so hard on the sinuses, especially tiny noses.

Freshen up your home delicately and softly with new Renuzit Sensitive Scents!

Renuzit has released a new line of Sensitive Scents that include several different soothing aromas that calm and refresh your home without overpowering your nose.

Renuzit Sensitive Scents scented oil comes in a universal oil warmer that plugs into an electrical outlet. I received the scent "pure ocean water" and it smells fresh, like a warm breezy day.

Best of all - the prongs turn to fit any household outlet...

Renuzit Sensitive Scents adjustable scent cones are another familiar air freshening device, but can be placed anywhere in the home. I received the scent "pure water blossom and cucumber" which smells sweet and floral.

Renuzit Sensitive Scents deodorizing spray is a super odor neutralizer that can be sprayed anywhere and anytime you need a quick refreshening in the air, in a room or on your furniture. I received the scent "pure white pear and lavender" which smells like lavender with a hint of fruitiness. It's easy to spritz around the house before company arrives.

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