We have an affinity for nice-smelling things (after all, who doesn’t?). And aromatherapy, which includes the use of trendy essential oils, falls into this category. Whether you’re a cult follower or newbie to these scented little liquids that can benefit your well-being, Amazon has a set worth taking a second look at. With over 11,000 customer reviews, the below multi-pack is the ideal starter kit to dip your toes into this popular practice. Scroll below to see what the hype is all about — and if they’re worth adding to your cart.

The Radha Beauty Aromatherapy Sampler Kit ($16) comes with eight therapeutic-quality (read: 100 percent pure and natural) oils with scents in lavender, peppermint, tea tree, eucalyptus, lemongrass, orange, frankincense, and rosemary. For those new to aromatherapy, information about what to use each scent for can be found on the packaging. The kit claims to be safe — both by the brand and in customer reviews — to use on everything from giving massages to candle-making. Most notably, however, people love pairing the product with a gadget, like the URPOWER 2nd Version Essential Oil Diffuser ($16+), that emits a strong but not overpowering fragrance into a room.

Those who’ve tried this item suggest adding a few drops of the 10-milliliter bottles to a diffuser to experience these enticing scents with the perks of alleviating things like daily stress and aches (Note: These effects are not scientifically conclusive as of yet). With a price point under $20 (which is v. affordable compared to other options out there) and the ability to sample several scents, it’s easy to see why thousands of Amazon customers find this product worth a click and buy. And maybe even re-buy at that.

Whether you’re looking for an all-natural remedy, some soothing scents, or just the chance to try a trendy new wellness goody, this sampler pack is worth adding to your aromatherapy repertoire.

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