clinical scenting for healthcare services

Healthcare Scenting

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Healthcare Scenting

Scenting has been proven to have a prominent impact on patient experience in a healthcare setting. Our sense of smell is the most powerful of the five senses, with 75% of the emotions we generate on a daily basis affected by odour.

Healthcare practices and aesthetics clinics can create a calming environment for patients and customers by implementing Initial Medical’s specialist Scenting Cube technology. More than just a medical air freshener, our Scenting Cube effectively neutralises odours and provides a fresh, clinical scent to keep patients relaxed and at ease.

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Improving Patient Experiences

Did you know that 75% of perceptions of our environment are instigated by smell? Scenting has a great impact on customer perceptions of a business, from creating a warm ambience in your entrance area, to cancelling out malodors in restrooms and relaxing patients in treatment areas.

Which scent is right for your business?

Fresh Cotton

Comfort your patients with the soothing scent of freshly washed linen with subtle hints of almond, giving your practice a light, clean and crisp fragrance.

Fresh Clean

Give your practice a boost with our fresh air scent, tinged with sweet orange and honeysuckle and providing strong odour neutralising properties.

Refreshing Lavender

Lavender’s aromatherapeutic benefits are proven to produce a relaxing impact on the brain, making this the perfect scent to calm anxious patients.

Cookie Dough

Enjoy the indulgence of our chocolate chip cookies scent, with notes of crispy baked dough, warm vanilla and semi-sweet chocolate.

Scenting for Nursing and Care Facilities

Whilst promoting a clean and pleasant atmosphere, scenting can also encourage appetite and food consumption. Studies have shown that the smell of desirable foods can stimulate hunger, providing aromatherapeutic support to patients struggling with a lack of appetite.

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