Americans are waking up to the reality that sleep is essential to health, happiness and productivity. A recent New York Times Magazine article, “The Sleep-Industrial Complex” articulated what Bath & Body Works already discovered: sleep is finally claiming it place besides diet and exercise as a critical health issue. Bath & Body Works and their in-house perfumers together with sleep expert Dr. Breus developed an Aromatherapy Sleep Collection that is effective, affordable and widely available to million of Americans searching for a better sleep solution.
“Most people who have trouble sleeping do not need sleeping pills,” says Dr. Breus. “Unlike over the counter sleep aids (which don’t bring you to the deep stages of sleep) or prescription sleep aids (which bring you to a deep stage of sleep but can leave you even more tired if you don’t have enough time to sleep), the Aromatherapy formulas use the scent of lavender and chamomile to ease you into a deeper sleep by working naturally with your body. The Result is a more restful, healthier night’s sleep without grogginess coming morning.
Bath & Body Works new Aromatherapy Sleep Collection includes: Aromatherapy Seep Body Lotion with Lavender-Chamomile and Vanilla-Chamomile, $13. Aromatherapy Sleep Dream Bath Vanilla-Chamomile, $16.50. Aromatherapy Sleep Pillow Mist Lavender-Chamomile, $10, Aromatherapy Sleep Home Fragrance Oil in Lavender-Vanilla, Orange-Ginger, Eucalyptus-Spearmint, and Mandarin-Lime, $8.50.
Bath & Body Works Aromatherapy Sleep Collection is available from Fall 2007 at Bath & Body Works and Bathandbodyworks.com (Source: official Bath & Body Works press release).