Q I can’t seem to fall into a deep sleep even though I tired to my bones. What can I do im­prove my qual­ity of sleep?

Women's Weekly (Malaysia) - - Beauty -

A In­stead of re­sort­ing to over-the-counter sleep­ing pills or al­co­holic drinks, try aro­mather­apy. Scents are pow­er­ful and they can di­rectly im­pact our bod­ies through the ner­vous sys­tem. A re­lax­ing scent like laven­dar can help you un­wind.

Hyp­no­tise your­self to sleep with the com­fort­ing fra­grance of clary sage, frank­in­cense and laven­der. A few spritz of REN Clean Skincare & Now to Sleep Pil­low Spray, RM99 on your pil­lows and linens will help to ease you into a peace­ful slum­ber.

If woody scents calm you, try Neal’s Yard San­dal­wood Es­sen­tial Oil, RM399. Made with the finest qual­ity of san­dal­wood, the pre­mium es­sen­tial oil drives away rest­less nights with its scent of warm musky tones. It also dou­bles as an an­ti­sep­tic, ex­pec­to­rant and mem­ory booster.

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