As someone who is so fearful of being ill that I’d happily Dettol down everyone that I ever come into contact with, I am all over the Purair Air Purifying Spray. It has to be more socially acceptable to spritz air than people, right? Since I can barely even take more than a weekend break because running a blog is such a relentless activity (yes, you can start the violins now….) the thought of being knocked out for days by a cold or flu just gives me nightmares.
Purair Air Purifying Spray is from 1001 Remedies (great name) and uses antiviral and immunity boosting essential oils. I’m not one for relying on fairies and a bit of lavender oil as a cure for anything, but 19 essential oils, including cinnamon and Ho wood, must do something, right? The smell of it is a burst of pepperminty freshness so the air actually smells clean and it’s truly a head-clearer.
I have honestly no way to know whether the air around me after using 1001 Remedies PurAir is really likely to ward off germs and boost my immune system, but thinking of other aromatherapy products I’ve used, and knowing them to have a positive effect, I’m convinced enough that it’s sitting by my laptop right now so that I can spray with abandon. I also like the idea of using it on bed sheets – that would be an extremely lovely way to end the day.
So far 1001 Remedies PurAir is only available at Victoria Health HERE for £24.
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