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Healthcare Providers: Discover How To Enhance Patient Care Using Scent.

Different areas of your healthcare facility probably have distinct, if not so subtle aromas.
For most areas, these aromas are often accidental, unplanned and even undesired. Have you considered the impact of these aromas on your employees and patients?

Now, you can easily and cost effectively benefit from scientifically proven scent technology, which will enhance the healthcare experience for your patients.

Relaxing scents are appropriate to aid in calming patients in stressful situations caused by pre-surgery angst, dental surgery, and in blood clinics. Vanilla and Lavender are recommended. Eucalyptus can be used to treat malodors, and has antibacterial properties. Citrus scents are uplifting fragrances, which can help ease anxiety.

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There is a lot more to scent branding than just creating a pleasant aroma, or transmitting the aroma of a product. Research tells us that the sense of smell affects about 75% of our daily emotions, and plays an important role in memory. The sense of smell is different from the other senses, because it is processed first by the limbic system, the same part of the brain responsible for memory, perceptions, and emotions. The other senses are first directed through the analytical part of the brain, before indirectly reaching the emotional sphere. So scent is a more primitive sense, and science is discovering that scent plays a much larger part in influencing our emotions and decisions. In fact, Scent has the Ability to: Enhance Mood, Increase Excitement, Enhance Learning, Trigger Memory, Enhance Recall, Reduce Error, Decrease Anxiety, Increase Brand Loyalty, Trigger Desire, Cancel or Mask Other Scents and Indicate a Direction.
Over the last 25 years, numerous studies have been conducted by research scientists on the behavioral effects of scent upon consumers. These studies indicate that the incorporation of scent to create a true multi-sensory branding campaign delivers a much more effective consumer message. A few of the notable studies* have shown customers would spend 40% more time in an area of a retail store scented with a specific scent over an odor-free area. Research also showed an 84% increase in the willingness to purchase a pair of Nike shoes in a scented room over an odor-free room (and pay $10.33 more for the same pair of shoes). In another study, slot machine receipts increased by 53% in the scented area of a casino. (*Brand Sense / Martin Lindstrom / Free Press 2005). In the highly competitive $800 billion advertising industry, most companies only use two of the five senses (sight and sound) in their branding and marketing strategies. However, because emotions are so closely tied to our sense of smell, decision makers are beginning to understand that building emotional ties with scent between consumers and products is critical. In fact, Scent has the Ability to: Enhance Mood, Increase Excitement, Enhance Learning, Trigger Memory, Enhance Recall, Reduce Error, Decrease Anxiety, Increase Brand Loyalty, Trigger Desire, Cancel or Mask Other Scents and Indicate a Direction.
With Airwaves Scenting, you can Eliminate offensive odors including, mildew, smoke and other unintentional smells. Royal Palm is the regal scent of Palm complimented by fresh mid notes of Lime and sweet base notes of Citrus. Another one of our favorites is Southern Spring; the fresh southern breezes peak your senses with delicious Citrus and energizing Juniper. The mellow character of Cedarwood provides a rich heart and body to the blend.
Create the Ultimate guest experience.  Scenting your hotel with Aiwaves Scenting will give your property the edge to increase your customers’ loyalty and recognition.  You can Create a multi-sensory experience in public areas and trigger an emotional connection with your guests to your property, eliminate in-house spray bottle techniques saving both time and labor, eliminate offensive odors including mildew, smoke, and other unintentional smells. Allow guests to add a new dimension to their events by offering your guests the option to scent their event. We also offer the ability for you to create a signature scent and take your brand to the next level.
You can create a relaxing and inviting environment that gamers won’t want to leave, create a multi-sensory experience in public areas and trigger an emotional connection with your guest to your property and create a higher evaluation of the overall experience. With Airwaves you can eliminate offensive odors including smoke, mildew, and other unintentional smells. We also offer the ability for you to create a signature scent and take your brand to the next level.
Why should I scent my retail store?

o   Our new technology diffuses a micro-mist of 100% pure essential and aroma oils to create a noticeable scent that stimulates an emotional response. “Ambient scent has the strongest impact in enhancing consumer behavior in terms of cognitive, emotion, evaluation, willingness to return to the store and purchasing intention compared to any other atmospheric variables.” – Global Institute for Research & Education 2013. Researchers and marketers have known for years the emotional impact of scents on our buying behaviors. The use of a quality scent has been proven to cause shoppers to browse for longer in retail studies. In addition, consumers feel they are getting a higher quality product at a better value.

Most healthcare professionals are aware of the powerful impact of scent. Studies have shown that scent can be used in many applications; to positively affect the behaviors and emotions of patients and staff. Relaxing scents are appropriate to aid in calming patients in stressful situations caused by pre-surgery angst, dental surgery, and in blood clinics. Vanilla and Lavender are recommended. Neutralizing scents can be used to remove malodors in wound care wards, gastro wards and geriatric wards.  Eucalyptus can be used to treat malodors, and has antibacterial properties. Citrus scents are uplifting fragrances, which can help ease anxiety.
Different areas of your fitness facilities or spa have distinct, often subtle aromas. For most areas, these aromas are often accidental and unplanned. Have you considered the impact of these aromas on your customers, in the same way you would consider the décor, lighting and ambience of a particular space? Now, you can easily and affordably benefit from the scientifically proven scent technology, to enhance the experience of your customers. Peppermint essence is used to energize and revitalize, and has been shown to enhance fitness training. Neutralizing scents, such as Royal Palm, can be used to clear rooms of body odors, food, damp, and cigarette smoke. Lavender increases alpha waves in the brain which is associated with relaxation. The smells of banana, green apple and peppermint can induce people to eat less. Aero Cardio is a floral mix of eucalyptus and other essential oils, stimulates the body while improving overall respiratory function.
There are clear guidelines that have been developed to protect the consumer and the environment. The International Fragrance Association (IFRA). IFRA was founded in 1973, and developed an international Code of Practice and safety standards for the fragrance industry. Members of national associations belonging to IFRA must only use fragrance ingredients that do not pose a risk to human health or to the environment under their intended use. Individual companies manufacturing new fragrance ingredients are required to perform extensive safety testing under the provisions of United States and European Union laws.