Gift set sauna relax
Gift set sauna relax
This gift package is based on natural essential oils and can be used in all seasons.
The infusing agents can be combined well with each other and give a wonderful scent during the sauna session.
This gift set contains 11 x 25 ml sauna infused scents:
- Eucalyptus pour (fresh, camphor-like)
- Mint pour (fresh mint scent)
- Lavender infusion (spicy and relaxing)
- Pour pine (imagine yourself in nature, purifying)
- Lemon pour (fresh, citrus, clean feeling)
- Orange pour (citrus, cheerful)
- Lemongrass pour (citrus, spicy)
- Pour Me Time (citrus, fresh)
- Hammam pour (citrus, oriental)
- Winter pour (warm, spicy)
- Sauna Gold pour (fresh, camphor-like, menthol)
A good structure for a sauna infusion can be:
Lavender - Orange - Mint
Lemon - Pine - Eucalyptus
Hammam - Winter - Sauna Gold
Lavender - Me Time - Lemongrass
Use gift pack
Use 5 ml of sauna infusion per liter of water in the sauna tub.
Enjoy a wonderful scent in the sauna about 4 to 20 times with this gift package for the sauna.
Take into account the strength, tone and group of the smell in order to be able to perceive it properly in the sauna.
These are stated on the front of the bottles.
When you combine scents, it becomes increasingly difficult to find a good balance as you use more scents.
So it is useful to combine only two to three scents in the beginning.
It is important when combining that all scents in the mixture can be smelled.
Always mix the scent beforehand in a sauna bucket.
If scents can be combined well, you can also use them well one after the other, only then first one scent and then the other scent will be smelled instead of both at the same time.
Fragrance strength 1 is the weakest and fragrance strength 5 is the strongest.
When pouring it is useful to start with a scent with a low odor strength and then let all the scents come into their own.
If you don't have a scent with a low odor strength, you can also start with an overtone.
Then a midtone and then an undertone can be used.
When an undertone has just been used, an overtone can sometimes not drown out this scent.
Would you like to use an undertone first and then an overtone?
Then use Pine, Lemon or Orange to neutralize the odor.
There are 6 fragrance groups for essential oils:
Group A - Wood
Group B - Herbs
Group C - Citrus
Group D - Flowers
Group E - Resin
Group F - Spices
All scents in the same group can be combined well with each other anyway.
So Orange, Lemon and Lemongrass can be well combined.
Eucalyptus and Pine or Lavender and Mint can also be well combined.
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