THE AIMÉE DE MARS LABORATORY IS RESOLVING ANOSMIA (LOSS OF SENSE OF SMELL) LINKED TO COVID-19
In France, more than 2 million people have been diagnosed with Covid-19 and more than 46% have developed problems with their sense of smell . The start-up AIMEE de MARS has launched an olfactory re-education programme, 1,2,3 Sentez, with easy to recognise everyday odours, to help people recover their sense of smell. The laboratory’s programme is based on its expertise in the creation of fragrances 100% natural and made in France. It is also based on the research work that recommends olfactory training, the only natural and lasting solution that is currently recognised to fight against anosmia. The loss of the fifth sense impacts daily quality of life: food, danger, pleasure… A handicap that Covid-19 has amplified and highlighted.
46% of people with Covid-19 do not recover their sense of smell.
In France, more than 2 million people have been diagnosed with Covid-19 and more than 46% of them have developed olfactory problems . Some of them have lost all or a part of their sense of smell. This does not include anosmia (loss of the sense of smell) resulting from trauma or medical accidents.
Based on these findings, Valérie Demars launched 1,2,3 Sentez, the first olfactory re-education programme for victims of Covid-19 and anosmia: