Aloe vera; The gel from aloe vera can help to soothe acne, burns and dry skin; helping you both physically and mentally.
Lavender; Place your lavender plant in the bedroom, and the scent will help to reduce your stress levels, enabling you to sleep better.
Snake Plant; Try a snake plant – they need minimal care; but can really help to improve your wellbeing as they add moisture to the air and release oxygen. In fact, they’re particularly ideal for people who suffer with allergies
Peace lily; Peace lilies are great houseplants to have, as not only do they soak up mould spores in the air; they also absorb their own water before releasing it back into their environment – so place your peace lily in a room that’s dry.
Monstera plant; This plant clogging up your Insta feed, but they can actually boost your mood. They purify the air, making your home healthier – plus, you can grow new plants from their cuttings.
English ivy; Like peace lilies, English ivy absorbs mould in the air, helping to purify your home; and it also has properties that help you to stop being restless, meaning you can enjoy a better night’s sleep.
Venus fly trap; Whilst Venus fly traps don’t purify the air, they’re really effective at removing flies and spiders from your home (great news if you’re scared of those 8-legged creatures!).
Peacock plant; Peacock plants boost your wellbeing by removing chemical vapour from your air – essentially purifying your home.
Gerbera daisy; Gerbera daisies are more effective than any other plant at removing benzene from the air. Plus, as they produce oxygen during the night, they’re ideal for anyone who suffers from sleep apnoea – so place yours in the bedroom.
Cactus; if you place a cactus in one of your rooms, it will purify the air, and can even make you more productive – ideal if you’re working from home!