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Serene? Well, Maybe Not...
on November 5, 2013
[Edit: I've tried two fragrances of this product, and I wrote the review below for the "quiet jasmine" scent. However, the review page is for all the scents. I've had the same results as below with the "moonlit lavender" scent, except for, obviously, the actual scent. The moonlit lavender is also a pleasant scent, although not much like the lavender essential oil I use. I prefer the lavender scent to the jasmine, but that is just personal preference. Both are pleasing, with the pros and cons listed below.]
The "quiet jasmine" scent of this bedroom mist is nice, a little on the perfumey side, but not overpowering. Spraying this in my bedroom before bedtime doesn't seem to give me the soothing, peaceful sleep it promises, but then, it didn't give me nightmares either. I didn't fall asleep more quickly and I didn't sleep more peacefully, but then, I didn't fall asleep more slowly or have disrupted sleep, either. Just a pleasant scent as I fell asleep.
So, is this just marketing hype or what? I don't know, but I can see where a room with a nice scent is more relaxing than, say, old-pizza-box or dirty-socks scent.
The container says this can also be used in all the rooms of the house for a "noticeably fresh home." The first ingredient is "odor eliminator," whatever that is.
True claim? Well, yes and no. It does leave a nice scent through the house, but it doesn't eliminate bad odors, or even do a very good job of masking them. I've tried this multiple times in the room where the litter boxes (cleaned daily) are kept, and the room still smells just as bad but with a jasmine-ish overlay.
This is nice as a room refresher, but doesn't have the hard-core odor eliminating power needed in some rooms.