The Sweet Smell of Success at MojiLife
Ever noticed how even the smallest hint of a scent can take you back to a place and time, a memory that you didn’t even know you had? A woody scent can remind you of a walk in the mountains with that special someone. A vanilla scent can remind you of grandma’s cookies. And the smell of bacon…well, bacon reminds us of lazy Sunday mornings and breakfast with the family.
It’s not your imagination, it’s science! As Discovery.com reports, “Smells have a stronger link to memory and emotion than any of the other senses.” A quick, technical explanation of this: Unlike signals from the other senses, scents bypass the thalamus, which is a sort of relay station, and “go straight to the brain’s smell center, known as the olfactory bulb.” This structure, in turn, “is directly connected to the amygdala [handling emotional processing] and hippocampus [handling memories], which might explain why the smell of something can so immediately trigger a detailed memory or even intense emotion.”
MojiLife, a Utah-based social selling company, knows all about this science and is putting it to use! With an innovative line of fragrances and fragrance infusers, they are helping people in five countries “Enjoy Every Moment” (their motto). MojiLife has eliminated any mess or fuss associated with other comparable options like scented candles or essential oils by developing the MojiPod, which works with all MojiLife devices.
The pod houses a pre-saturated wood fiber core featuring either fragrance or essential oils. Many familiar scents are available in MojiPods — such as Clothesline, Wild Rose, Cup O’ Joe, and Sunny Citrus — but also many that feel more custom — like Rich Leather, Warm Teakwood, and “Voodoo” (a blend of patchouli, sequoias, redwoods, sandalwood, and amber). When you’re done with one pod and ready for a new scent, the change is quick and easy.
As for the devices, there are several options to choose from, including a car-friendly MojiMini. The flagship AirMoji is sleek (as if Apple had designed it) and—super convenient—controllable via smartphone. Rounding out the product line, MojiLife also offers safe-for-home cleaning products, a line of sprayable air fresheners, bath bombs, and home décor options to help devices beautifully blend in. For the record, MojiLife does not have a bacon-scented pod, but there is one called Sunday Mornings, one of six “Take Me Back” fragrances that make exceptional use of the science of scent memories.
If you’re sniffing around for a side hustle and all this sounds interesting, you may want to consider joining MojiLife’s social selling opportunity. Besides the earnings potential, MojiLife also rewards its distributors with “Life Getaway” trips. Devices and scent pods are reasonably priced, which helps avoid those “it’s too expensive” objections. At the very least, your home will smell amazing!