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I have recently discovered that certain aromas pick me up and make me feel less tired. Does anyone the best way i should take this forward? Do i need to see an aromatherapist to get expert advice or can i just go into a shop, buy some fragrances and do it by trial and error? Any suggestions for a good shop or an aromatherapist?

2 replies , 1257 views Dave, Herts - Fri, 3 Jun 2016

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