Supermarkets are taking a cue from spas and wellness centers and updating their nonfood aisles with a variety of aromatherapy-type air fresheners and home fragrance products. Aromatherapy generally uses essential oils and other fragrant plant compounds to improve a person's health or mood. Conventionally manufactured air fresheners may not contain these oils, but consumer interest is compelling companies to develop more imaginative fragrance combinations and exotic scents. The scents are ...

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