You've probably heard of the aromatherapeutic benefits of essential oils. But if you've ever applied an essential oil to your skin, you know it doesn't last. The good news is that your perfume -- which is longer lasting and usually contains many notes -- can also affect your mood. Here are some suggestions for fragrance mood-boosters below:

To help relieve stress: Look for lavender, vanilla, bergamot notes:
Amour de Cacao by Comptoir Sud Pacifique
Cote D'Azur by Banana Republic
Day by the Gap
Vanilla Field's by Coty

To energize and uplift: Look for green, citrus, grapefruit, lemon, pine notes:

Cool Water for Women by Davidoff
Tommy girl by Tommy Hilfiger
Nautica Woman
Eau Parfumee Extreme by Bulgari

To feel more sensual: Look for musk, sandalwood, amber or jasmine notes:
Allure by Chanel
Jivago 24K by Jivago
Grand Amour by Annick Goutal
Melennia by Avon

Because Substance members love them: Check in with our Fragrance Divas board to find out what women are wearing and loving right now. And let them know which perfumes make you feel good.

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