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Old 11-20-2012, 09:46 PM   #21
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Well, I hope it works out for me. I just bought some things from you online! Looking forward to trying them out. But my dh told me "no food smelling things, I'll gain 20 pounds from wanting to eat all the time."
Oh cool, thanks so much! Like a previous poster said, to be on the safe side, you may even want to split a cube in half and try that before using a full cube (one bar has 8 cubes).

My supervisor at work says that about the food scents too

My mom and my step-brother both use it in their classrooms. My mom will warm the Happy Birthday scent when it is a kid's birthday and the kids get a kick out of it

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If the Scentsy bugs you, try Partylight (partylite?). They tend to market their stuff as not bothering scent sensitive people, and I have found that to be true when comparing the two products.
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Re: Question for people who are senstive to scents-Scentsy?

I just use a pot of water on the wood stove or stove on low with stuff added to it and just simmer, it gives a natural but not overwhelming scent. My favorite is orange peels and a cinnamon stick. cinimon/allspice/cloves/ginger or a mix thereof in a pot of water on the stove and simmer it all day. I imagine that you could also just use lavender and vanilla in the pot and it would give the smell you're after without being chemically smelling. I set my stove timer and just add water as needed so it doesn't simmer dry and cover/refrigerate at night so I can use it for multiple days.

There is also the Aura Cacia aromatizer, its a little unit that you drip essential oil in and it has a fan that blows it around. Works great!
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If the Scentsy bugs you, try Partylight (partylite?). They tend to market their stuff as not bothering scent sensitive people, and I have found that to be true when comparing the two products.
I disagree. I have equivalent problems with Partylight.
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