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Air Esscentials Enters the Pet Space With Pet-Approved, Pet-Safe Scents

The pioneers in environmental aroma delivery introduce three scents.

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(PRESS RELEASE) MIAMI, FL — Air Esscentials created the first of it’s kind, pet-approved scent the whole family is bound to love. Today, 33% of households across the globe own pets. Pet parents are obsessed with their four-legged family members, which means the pet market is booming. Air Esscentials created the first unique, safe, and pet-friendly scent. Studies have shown that cats and dogs have a clear preference to certain odors. Rejection of an odor can lead to poor pet behavior, changed eating habits, and stress which can ultimately disrupt the family balance.

Air Esscentials has created a pet-approved and safe scent and system that the whole household will love. “This fragrance has been developed with a precise blend of fragrance materials that have been scientifically proven to be liked by pets.”

The custom scents include Cuddly Cotton with cotton flower and crisp apple, Fresh Fur-ever containing hints of juicy peach and creamy sandalwood, and Puppy Petals with crisp green apple, magnolia petals and airy musk nuances. All three scents were specifically designed for pet and human enjoyment.

About Air Esscentials

Air Esscentials has been elevating spaces through the power of aroma for more than 17 years. Family-owned and operated, the company creates quality signature fragrances and offers environmental scent delivery systems for clients in the retail, hospitality, entertainment, healthcare, and residential sectors. Commercial clients have seen how the right scent can increase sales, make customers feel comfortable, boost repeat business, reduce employee stress, elevate morale, and improve customer satisfaction. Air Esscentials residential customers love the way their homes smell and how it makes them feel.

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