21 Jan '11, 10pm

Smell this: Gan, who has a diploma in herbal medicine, first entered the aromatherapy business three years ago,

AROMATHERAPY fans are not exactly spoilt for choice when it comes to scenting their homes. Reed diffusers, vapourisers, scented candles - that's generally it. To change this state of affairs, entrepreneur and aromatherapy enthusiast Cheryl Gan set up 365 Days at VivoCity last month. Gan, who has a diploma in herbal medicine, first entered the aromatherapy business three years ago, when she introduced Mt Sapola, a premium Thai aromatherapy beauty brand, to the local market. Now, there are five Mt Sapola stores in Singapore, with a sixth slated to open at Marina Bay Sands next month. Said Gan: "While working on Mt Sapola, I realised that besides using aromatherapy beauty products, many people like to have scents for their homes as well. However, there weren't many products for them besides the standard reed diffusers and candles." All the products feature pure essential oils...

Full article: http://www.todayonline.com/Shop/EDC110122-0000118/Smell-this

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