SmellMagic is a unique blend of natural ingredients that almost magically removes unwanted smells. Instead of covering one odor with another with chemicals or perfumes, SmellMagic neutralizes the odor naturally – it’s just not there anymore!
Let's let the scientists chime in here:
“In scientific terms, what we experience as unpleasant odors are actually airborne 'malodor' molecules that interact with our nose’s smell receptors in a very specific way. Change the molecule’s structure or physical characteristics, and it no longer works as an odor. SmellMagic is naturally attracted to a wide variety of these molecules and attaches to them, resulting in a different molecule that doesn’t smell.”
Got that? Nature is pretty magical.
Spray liberally and directly on clothing, hair, skin, inside your car or any area where you want to eliminate odor. If you're like us, a few places immediately come to mind.
In most cases, less is more. However, we recommend you continue to use SmellMagic until you notice the difference. Some smells can be pretty tough.
SmellMagic products are fast acting, so you should notice the difference immediately.
SmellMagic permanently neutralizes odor-causing molecules on contact, for an odor-free environment as long as there’s no new odor source. In other words, it may handle what you just smoked, but if you smoke another you'll need to use more. It’s gentle and safe, so you can use it as often as needed.
Most air fresheners work by masking odors with a different smell, or by affecting your sense of smell so you stop noticing. Really. That’s a problem if you’re sensitive to perfumes and chemicals, or if you don't like the idea of constant spraying. SmellMagic, on the other hand, is gentle and virtually undetectable.
There is no fragrance added to SmellMagic, but the ingredients have a faint, natural sweet smell that's a little like aloe. This dissipates quickly, so there’s no odor left behind.
We regularly test SmellMagic formulations on fabrics to make sure there is no staining. To be sure, we recommend you spot-test a small amount on the fabric or upholstery in question.