How to wake up to start the day right

Being torn from Morpheus' arms by a shrill noise is an invention that dates back to the 19th century. Since then, researchers have never stopped inventing to make this moment that marks the start of a day more enjoyable. Nowadays, the clocks are used as decoration and one uses instead a more evolved alarm clock. What a pleasure to open your eyes with grace with a delicious smell of toast!

After the musical morning alarm clock, then the nature sound alarm clock and recently the dawn simulator for a gradual awakening to light, Sensorwake has created the first scent alarm clock, which brings you to sleep with the scent of your choice. Thanks to a stimulating fragrance, a soft light and a light melody, the olfactory awakening of Sensorwake gently extracts you from your dreams and very gradually your senses wake you from your sleep.

Seaside or hot chocolate aroma alarm clock

With Sensorwake, waking up is no longer a chore and even turns into a pleasant moment. How is it possible ? Guillaume Rolland, a 20-year-old entrepreneur from Nantes, had the brilliant idea of ??associating a pleasant smell with this painful moment. Also, thanks to a capsule system, its wake up replace the alarm with the scent of toast, croissants or cut grass. The capsules are made in France, 100% recyclable and suitable for 30 uses.

To complete this innovative and daring idea, the young Nantes has also integrated more classic functions on its alarm clock: a musical alarm if ever the perfume does not wake you up, a backlit screen.

An international success

Fort de son innovation, Guillaume s’est fait repérer au CES de Las Vegas, qui réunit chaque année le gratin mondial des start-up. Il a depuis créé Oria, un objet connecté dont la promesse est de vous faire passer de meilleures nuits, en diffusant des senteurs apaisantes dans la chambre. Le jeune Français a en effet saisi l’enjeu du marché du sommeil, sachant qu’une personne sur trois indique mal dormir. Or, des études scientifiques ont prouvé que les parfums pouvaient réellement jouer sur la qualité du repos et sur la facilité à l’endormissement. En tout cas, de manière spontanée, on est bien prêts à croire qu’ils évoquent surtout des émotions et souvenirs, qui aideront le soir au coucher ou le matin, au ré

veil.