A New Way To Make Your House Smell Great

A few weeks ago I attended a super fun day with Enviroscent at their headquarters right here in ATL. They’re a local company that are doing great things while keeping the environment in mind. One thing I really love and try to work on in my day to day life. If you know me at all you know that I love to recycle, only use non toxic home cleaners and feed my dog organic carrots as her treat. I joke that Pork eats better than I do…she does. I’m a bit of a tree hugger sometimes and I’m totally okay with it. What we put on our bodies, in our bodies and around them is important to me. But I have to be honest, the “around” part I didn’t think too hard about. Until after learning so much from Enviroscent. Let me tell you why.

I’m a big candle fan and have them all over my house. I never once thought about the ingredients that go into them. I just thought it was wax, fragrance and that’s it. Boy was I so wrong. After learning about how candles, air fresheners and other products that help to make your house smell good were made, I was beyond surprised. They’re full of solvents which can have carcinogens and other chemicals to help make them infuse your home. I loved learning that Enviroscent is creating home fresheners like these fun Bursts or sticks (you can put the Bursts on a warmer too to enhance the smell even more) that are made of 100% pure fragrance and from recycled paper. They’re non-toxic, smell amazing and are so much  more strong than any other candle I own. And if for whatever reason Pork decided the stick looked like a fun chew toy, or the Burst like a fun ball to chase, it wouldn’t harm her. 

Beyond the great environmental benefits of these products, I’m 100% in love with the honeysuckle scent. I have diffusers, candles and what not all over my house and I rarely ever notice the smell unless I’m standing right over them while they’re burning. I put these Enviroscent Bursts in my house at the farthest part of my home next to my couch, and when I walked in after a day of being out, I smelled them instantly right at my front door. Finally! My house has its own amazing scent. Such a great feeling knowing that my space smells great and that it’s also not doing any harm to myself, my pup or the environment. Win, win all around.

You can shop these affordable air fresheners at Walmart and they’re under $4 a pack. 



Photos by Sydney Bruton Photography

This post was written in collaboration with Enviroscent. A brand I love and use in my home. Opinions are 100% my own.

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    Jessica Hart

    So affordable! How many different scents would you say they have? Definitely picking these up the next time in the Walmart. Thanks for sharing 🙂

    the way to my Hart

    Laura Leigh

    These are so cute! The little balls truly look like decor items. Very cool!

    xo Laura Leigh

    Cathy, your Poor Little It Girl

    I like those little purple ball things on your dresser…so cute!

    Cathy, your Poor Little It Girl


    I will definitely have to try these out. I usually use soy candles, but I have two pooches and 2 reptiles so I’m always on the lookout for new ways to keep my home fresh and fabulous! Also, my dogs would trade me in for some carrots or orange peppers bell peppers. If you added some peanut butter “ants” on top and froze it? No competition. I’m glad I’m not the only one who has veggie loving dogs.

    Britney Crawley

    So interesting! I don’t use chemicals anymore when I clean the house, but I miss the ‘clean’ smell. I’ve been burning soy candles sometimes on the days when I clean, and I might have to check these out! Thanks for sharing.


      Yeah it was so interesting to learn that majority of candles (even soy ones) have solvents in them.

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