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JulAir Natural Air Freshener Giveaway


Congratulations to our winners, Diana Williams and Jenny! Please email me your shipping addresses, so Julia Zeman can send your complimentary bottles of JulAir right away. Thank you very much to everyone who joined!

If you’re sensitive to perfume like I am, regular air fresheners probably give you a headache and make your throat dry and tight. They may even make you sneeze and sniffle. Or you may find artificial fragrances just plain annoying.

Fortunately for us, there’s now an all-natural air freshener, JulAir Neutralizer. JulAir is made from essential oils, most notably tea tree oil and jasmine essential oil.

I interviewed JulAir creator, Julia Zeman, to find out how she created JulAir and what’s in store for us in her quest to create all-natural products. Watch the interview below:

My Thoughts on JulAir: A Brief Review

While I love tea tree oil and use it to clean around the house, I’m not particularly fond of the jasmine scent. Nevertheless, JulAir is still much more pleasant to use than the regular, store-bought air fresheners. I use it, especially after cooking pungent dishes, like fish. It works and, as long as I don’t spray too much, I don’t mind the jasmine at all.

JulAir Giveaway

Would you like to win a JulAir? If you live in the United States or Canada, you’re eligible to enter our JulAir giveaway.

To enter, you must do the following:

1. Post a comment below and tell us why you want to use an all-natural air freshener.

2. Follow me on Twitter then tweet the following message:

RT @lexirodrigo is giving away JulAir Natural Air Freshener. Go here for details

I’ll select two winners on Wednesday, March 16, using Keep your eye on this page (and on Twitter) to find out if you’ve won.

Good luck!

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18 Responses to JulAir Natural Air Freshener Giveaway

  1. Sarah says:

    A natural room spray? I have used these in the past but have not tried JulAir. I would love to have nice spray for use iny home that would not contaminate the air we breathe. Jasmine and tea tree sound like a great combo for scents.

  2. Alexis says:

    @Sarah – Thanks for your comment! If you want to be entered into the giveaway, remember to follow me on Twitter and tweet the message above. Good luck πŸ˜€

  3. Diana Williams says:

    I love the idea of a natural air freshner. Great smell without the added harmful chemicals most freshners have. I’d love to try these!

  4. Oceanskater says:

    I make my own cleaning products, so this appeals to me πŸ™‚

  5. Oceanskater says:

    I tweeted as well. And I’ll add artificial smells give me a headache.

  6. Alexis says:

    @Oceanskater – You and me both! Took me a long time to figure out, especially since my sisters loved to wear perfume. I put up with it for years and years until I realized it was the perfume that was making me feel awful – headache, dry throat, sneezing and red spots on my skin where I placed the perfume.

  7. raina says:

    I am very interested to try your product in our maid service. I have been really frustrated with trying to find a natural air freshener to use in our client’s homes.

  8. Hi Lexi,

    I hope you can host a contest for international bloggers like me πŸ˜‰



  9. Alexis says:

    @Margot (Pinay Mom) – Good point! I’ll find digital products to give away as well, so shipping won’t be an issue. Thanks for suggesting it.

  10. Jenny says:

    I stopped using air fresheners all together because of how toxic they are. At my job, everyone insists on using Lysol! I chokes me every time, considering I’m near the restroom. I’d LOVE to try some of this at work. Maybe I’ll be able to breathe easier (:

  11. We shared this giveway on our blog!
    Nice to meet you all,

  12. Alexis says:

    @Jackie Ladner – Thank you very much for the support, Jackie! Please let me know when you’ve got a blog special you’d like me to spread the word about.

  13. You welcome πŸ™‚ We have 70+ advertisers and a page we promote on facebook called Spread ‘Some Link Love’ we try every day to promote as many people as possible…. we would love to partner with you as much as possible. Please follow up back at through GFC. Thanks, Jackie.

  14. ps I would follow you on twitter but twitter wont let me follow anyone else at the moment πŸ™‚ you can follow me at or πŸ™‚

  15. Alexis says:

    @Jackie Ladner – Twitter isn’t letting you follow anyone? Very strange. Anyway, I’m off to follow you πŸ˜€

  16. Oceanskater says:

    Do you have any posts about how you balance parenting, homeschooling, and work-at-home? My kids are younger than yours, but this is really a challenging area for me. We have similar parenting philosophies, and so I’m wondering!

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  18. Akhira says:

    Need to be following you on twitter and also recommend this thing on my friends, I love freebies and give away cos it absolutely makes me save my budget though it’s only a bit but then it helps you somehow expand your budget.