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Most of us get so acclimatised to the odours that surround us every day, we stop noticing them altogether. This is called noseblindness.
The trouble is our family and friends can still smell the odours that we’ve become ‘blind’ to (so that’s why they haven’t been round in a while!).
The good news is you can easily make sure you home smells fresh as the proverbial daisy.
Scent can have a wonderful impact on your environment, but with so many options it can be confusing to decide what goes where.
If you’re constantly on the receiving end of feeble excuses when you invite your friends over, have you considered that your home might smell a little eau de dog?
We all love our pets, but no one wants a home that smells a bit like a kennel, and whilst, we might get so used to the whiff we barely notice it - a common thing called noseblindness – our guests’ noses might not be quite so unaware!
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You love cooking and you’ve been told that you’re a veritable Masterchef. So why won’t your friends and family accept your dinner party invitations? It can’t be the standard of your cooking, so it may have something to do with your home not smelling as nice as it might.
You may not have heard of noseblindness but you could well be suffering from it
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