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Favorite Mrs. Meyer's Scents | Natural Home with Jennifer

I'm posting two Natural Home with Jennifer videos this week. In today's video, I'm sharing some of my favorite Mrs. Meyer's scents. There are so many options and the scents are not your typical cleaning product scents: geranium, bluebell, honeysuckle, lemon verbena, basil, and lavender to name a few.

So today I break down my favorite scents for you. At the top of the list is the honeysuckle scent. On Friday, I will be reviewing the laundry line in honeysuckle. Honeysuckle is a beautifully sweet and delicate scent. It's my favorite.

I also love the Geranium scent. It's surprisingly delightful- more perfumed than the other scents, with a strong, floral and herbal aroma.

Another wonderful fragrance is Basil, which is unexpectedly mild and sweet, not savory, as I expected it to be.

The Lemon Verbena scent is a green, herbal scent that is very pleasing, although doesn't purely smell like the real lemon verbena plant.

The Lavender is very pleasant although, like the lemon verbena, doesn't ring as a pure lavender scent to me. This one is more heady and herbal.

I discuss all of the scents I have tried in today's video. Today, I would love to know what your favorite scent is.

I'm posting this special post on a Tuesday because Grove Collaborative is running a new gift promotion for the month of July, where new customers will receive a Mrs. Meyer's dish soap, Mrs. Meyer's hand soap, Mrs. Meyer's hand lotion and an adorable farmhouse-style cleaning caddy when they spend $20. (I have been told that the cleaning caddy goes quickly so this promotion is only valid while supplies last.)

This promotion starts today and runs until Sunday, so I wanted to give you the opportunity to take advantage of it. Existing Grove customers will always receive a walnut scrubber sponge set for free when you use my special link.

Please note that after Sunday, you will still receive a free gift, it will not include the caddy.

I hope you enjoyed today's bonus video. I would love to know... what is your favorite Mrs. Meyer's scent?

I'll see you on Thursday a wonderful interview with Nikki Moreno from Inspired by Nikki.

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Ladylike said...

Hello Jennifer,

This is perfect timing! I was just asking my husband whether I should reorder the dish soap, and he said he didn't care for the lemon verbena scent~ I was thinking that honeysuckle might be good instead. Now I know that it is!



The Daily Connoisseur said...

Hi Alexandra, Honeysuckle is my favorite scent. I think you'll like it!

JadeOctober said...

Hi Jennifer!

Thank you for your videos; I love watching them in the morning as I get ready for the day!

The bluebell scent is an absolute favorite Mrs. Meyer’s scent of mine. It’s honestly a joy to wash the dishes or spray the countertops with! It’s a sweet, light, feminine scent that has a nostalgic quality for me - so lovely! I hope you enjoy it, too!

Anonymous said...

I think it's a seasonal scent, but my absolute favorite is peony. When it's not available, my runners up are bluebell and honeysuckle. Love Mrs. Meyer's products!

Vicki Zimmerman said...

It's so fun to see you more often as I catch up on my DC videos. I must branch out from my Mrs. Meyer's Lemon Verbena fragrance (hand soap, multi-surface everyday cleaner and room freshener) and try the Geranium and Honeysuckle scents based on your experiences.

I have a quick question that may need to be directed to Grove Collaborative and perhaps you'll cover it in your next Natural Home with Jennifer laundry products: We have a Bosch front-loading HE washer and dryer and I've been using Dreft for its purity and hypoallergenic qualities. Do you think they have laundry products for HE machines?

In your video today, I noticed the Lemon Verbena Dishwasher packets. Do those do a good job of cleaning the dishes? If so, it would be nice to switch to a safe and natural product.

Finally, and this is off-topic (well, really it's not, because you will be talking about laundry and you did talk about your routines and schedules that included towels!): I noticed your towel bars and was wondering what kind of towels you use. At one time you mentioned Christy towels and there are so many local stores that offer their own brands. I like a natural towel that is absorbent and, honestly, not too heavy. It even seems a thinner wash cloth works well on the face. If you any you can recommend, I'd love it and also, since I prefer white towels, how to keep them really white so they don't get dingy over time.

I was thinking of your husband when I watched England play Croatia in their football game and I was so hoping that his country's team would play in the World Cup final. It was an exciting matchup for all.