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ScentToSleep.com Is Pleased to Announce That the Company Was Featured in the September 15th Issue of Woman's World Magazine
Date:9/11/2008

WOODLAND HILLS, Calif., Sept. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- ScentToSleep.com, which specializes in the production and distribution of premium aromatic essential oil sleep mist, appears on the magazine cover "Aromatherapy secrets that end insomnia!"

The article "Wish you could sleep like a baby?" was researched by Nancy Minikes. The feature highlights the increasing frustration men and women face with being tired and wishing they could sleep through the night.

ScentToSleep.com is filling a niche in the sleep industry. Worldwide, many adults are experiencing a sleeping problem one or more nights a week. Nationwide, an estimated 50 to 70 million people suffer from sleep loss and insomnia. Sleep mist is an alternative to prescription drugs. Lavender essential oils produce a calming effect, so that you wake up refreshed and energized.

Scent To Sleep, a company that offers aromatherapy sleep mist, debuted their products late last year. They offer a natural sleep aid, which can help you relax and induce sleep. "Though experts recommend eight hours of sleep per night, we're all unique: You may need more to feel rested," writes Woman's World Magazine.

For additional information on ScentToSleep.com, contact Marina Brown-Ihim or visit http://www.scenttosleep.com. Sleep mist is available exclusively at http://www.scenttosleep.com and is not sold in stores.

About Scent To Sleep

Scent To Sleep was founded in Woodland Hills, California in the late summer of 2007. Our primary focus is on creating and offering aromatic sleep mist. ScentToSleep.com is a privately held company. Most orders are shipped the same day, when the order is received before 3 pm PST.

CONTACT:

Marina Brown-Ihim

Scent To Sleep

909-244-7257 Phone

951-346-5039 Fax

marina@scenttosleep
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