Friday, June 14, 2013

Air Wick National Parks Collection - Review

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Air Wick. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item as a thank you for participating.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influence din any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.
It's not for lack of want but I've never been to a national park.  It's not the same thing but we go camping almost every weekend at a local campground.  There's not much similarity in between a campground and a national park other than both allow a person to be free to explore the outdoors and what nature has to offer.
The limited-edition fragrances of the Air Wick National Parks Collection pays homage to national parks and has fragrance notes of natural elements that freshen my camper and bring the "outdoorsy" smell inside.  I'm not talking dirt, grass, and damp "outdoorsy" smells.  I mean inviting "outdoorsy" fragrances such as what you'd find while visiting the Grand Canyons and Virgin Islands. 

The National Parks limited edition collection was crafted by fragrance experts who spend countless hours creating the perfect harmony of fragrance notes representative of the natural elements found in these national parks and pays homage to the brand’s “The Craft of Fragrance” creative platform.

The Air Wick National Parks Collection is available in scented oils, scented candles, reed diffusers, and a freshmatic spray. There are six scents in the Air Wick National Parks Collection:

•Grand Canyon: Discover the subtle floral notes of delicate cactus blossoms carried in a warm summer breeze

•Virgin Islands: Combines the scents of a tropical plumeria and sweet honeysuckle

•American Samoa: Refreshing notes of native coconut and island palms

•Denali: Clean scents of pure cotton grass and fresh spring air

•Gulf Islands: Discover white sand beaches and scents of a summertime paradise

•Hawai’i: Dream of Honokohau National Historical Park with refreshing scents of exotic papaya and hibiscus flowers



I received a Denali scented candle and four of the scented oils for review.  The candle has notes of pure cotton grass and fresh spring air.  The cotton grass note is the most distinguishing scent.  It reminds me of fresh laundry and springtime.  The light blue candle is nestled in a frosted glass container.  I've been burning it almost daily for the last few days and there's still quite bit left to burn.  The fragrance fills my room and is pleasing to the senses.


The Scented Oils plugged in with the scented oil warmer add a long-lasting fragrance to my camper.  Granted, my camper isn't as big as my home but the scented oils fill a very large space and can be smelled from one area to another.  There's not a scent I didn't like but I was most favorable towards Grand Canyon.  The floral scent captured my attention every time.

The full range of products, available in stores now, retails from $2.99 to $5.99.  That's an affordable price for fresheners that last a long time and fill the room with uplifting fragrances.  Read the press release to learn more about the Craft Fragrance and Air Wick.  

Have you tried any products form the Air Wick National Parks Collection?  If so, which was your favorite?  If not, which scent do you think you'd like best.

3 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

I got some of these and I loved them all, but the Hawai'i was my favorite!!!

Theresa said...

I bet these smell great! I'll have to be on the lookout for them at the grocers.

The only National Park I have been to is The Grand Canyon. I'd love to visit the others though!

Sedna said...

I guess they're not available here in Italy, too bad: Grand canyon must smell great ♥♥♥