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Scented Stickers for Masks Are Becoming A Thing

Jennifer Weil
·1 min read

MAKES SCENTS: The coronavirus stinks, but that doesn’t mean mask-wearing has to. L’Officine Universelle Buly has just come up with its own solution: scented stickers.

The brand’s Autocollants Odoriférants pour Masques combine the olfactive notes of eucalyptus, peppermint and lemon.

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“L’Officine Universelle Buly cannot tolerate anymore the lack of springtime in the air imprisoned behind masks,” the French brand said in a statement. “One rule only: one mask, one sticker.”

These are meant to be applied on the outside of masks and can remain there for up to six hours. The stickers are not reusable, and a sachet of eight retails for 10 euros.

Scented mask stickers are starting to become a thing, with brands such as Whifflys, Wizlife and Aroma Stickers offering such products.

In Asia, Muji is selling mask stickers for essential oils that can be worn on non-woven and cloth masks. The stickers decorated with flowers, checks or designs of small creatures like a turtle are meant to be dabbed with just a half a drop of an essential oil of choice.

Muji is also offering a mask spray with a mint scent. Other brands to delve into that category include Way of Will, Enfusia, White Sage Wellness and Mixologie.

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