Fall is upon us and with that comes pumpkin-themed coffee, cuddles near the fire, and World Candle Month (September). This year, World Candle Month will celebrate the theme “lighten the mood”.
Believing there is no better way to compliment a cozy Autumn evening than in the glow of a newly lit flame, U.K.’s leading OnlyFans model, Belle Grace, is looking to share her top tips on how to use scent to get your partner feeling in love!
Here are her TOP 6 APHRODISIAC SCENTS:
Light and sweet, this scent is known to create a sense of comfort and nostalgia – allowing your partner to feel at ease. This is a great scent to introduce into your home this fall as it promotes a warm and inviting feeling to those entering your space.
In China, jasmine symbolized the sweetness of the woman, while the Indian Love God, Karma, is known to use jasmine on his arrows to soften them before piercing hearts. Jasmine is a sweet floral scent with a slight musky undertone sure to increase your libido…it has also been known to assist in alleviating stress and anxiety!
In a study conducted by the National Institute of Health, the earthy, spiced scent of this Midde-Eastern herb has been used as an aphrodisiac agent in traditional medicine for longer than we’d like to admit. It’s a slightly more masculine scent for those looking for something a little less floral and feminine.
There should be no surprise that the calming and soothing effects of lavender assists in making you and your partner a little more comfortable and confident – leading you to move a little closer this fall.
While sandalwood sits on the more expensive side of essential oils, this highly sought after woodsy scent is used in ayurvedic medicine for its stimulating properties. When inhaled during a sexual experience, sandalwood can assist women in an elevated sense of desire and mood.
Spicy and smoky, within undertones of sweet sugar, cinnamon has been proven to activate arousal. This spice has also been known to improve one’s overall mood and mental state. This is an essential scent for the fall and winter seasons – perfectly partnered with the feelings of Halloween, Thanksgiving and the Christmas holidays.
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