SmokeScents was not developed as a stop smoking device but rather as an aid to help smokers during that period of time when the option to light one up was simply unavailable.
Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) August 16, 2007
EGlobal unveiled its patent pending "Personal Tobacco Aroma Inhaler" trademarked SmokeScents during their annual meeting in Las Vegas.
The company website http://www.smokescents.com has already received more than 10,000 hits from smokers asking to be placed on their priority notification list when the product officially launches.
With all the new laws against public smoking, smokers are looking for something to help them cope with the new restrictions.
SmokeScents helps smokers handle the anxiety associated with the urge to smoke. When a smoker wants or needs to have a cigarette but cannot because they are in a location where it is not allowed or in any situation where the option to light up is not convenient, they can simply take out the "Personal Tobacco Aroma Inhaler", remove the cover and smell the aroma of tobacco and other select essential oils.
The scent is pleasant to both smoker and non-smoker and cannot be detected or interfere with anyone within the immediate vicinity of the user. The Inhaler is sealed and cannot be opened or used for any other purpose.
With SmokeScents, there is no transfer of carbon dioxide or any harmful chemical associated with actual smoking or the inhaling of second hand smoke.
The president of EGlobal, Inc. stated that "SmokeScents was not developed as a stop smoking device but rather as an aid to help smokers during that period of time when the option to light one up was simply unavailable."
Cigarette manufacturers are just now beginning to look for ways to help smokers handle the frustrations of the new laws restricting or banning smoking in public places.
For more information on SmokeScents, go to the company website at http://www.SmokeScents.com.
Email: support @ EGlobalinc.com
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