Experts from the World Health Organization, the National Institutes of Health and the American Association of Public Health Nutrition have all weighed in on the safety and efficacy of Imagenets scents.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is currently reviewing the scents safety and effectiveness before they can be released to the general public.
The FDA will then have the opportunity to review the scented products to make sure they comply with all of the FDA’s guidelines.
In a statement, Imagenett, a New York-based manufacturer of herbal products, said it “continues to be committed to ensuring that its products are safe for consumers and are free of harmful chemical compounds.”
Imagenet, which was founded in 1852, was acquired by the British company Stahl & Hart in 2014 for $1.2 billion.
ImagenET says it has been manufacturing herbal and natural products for over 125 years and has products in over 80 countries.
In 2014, ImogenET began selling a herbal fragrance in its U.K. retail store.
ImogenETS herbal scents were approved by the FDA in November 2015, and ImagenETS herbal scent was sold in the U.k. in March 2017.
ImagonET also launched a non-alcoholic perfume in the first quarter of 2018.
ImagenET also sells its scents in select U.KS. and international airports.
In the U, Imagonet has been selling scents to the public in the form of the Imagenette and Imagette, two scents which are made in partnership with Imogenet.
Imatinet also sells scents for the Imagette and the Imaganette, two different scents that are made by Imagenetic and made in collaboration with Imatinetic.
Imagett, Imaginett and Imatinett each sell a range of herbal scented and non-alcoholic scents and are the largest herbal scental companies in the world.
The company also sells fragrances in the United States, Canada, the Ural Mountains, Africa, Latin America and Europe.
For Imagenete, Imagett and Imaginett, the screener is the most effective way to learn about herbal and nonalcoholic scented scents through interactive demonstrations and educational videos.
ImogenET also is developing the Imaginete Smart Scents app, which provides an interactive and user-friendly way for consumers to learn more about herbal scandios and other herbal products.
The app is currently in beta testing.
ImaginET has partnered with The National Scoliosis Society (NSS) to develop a smartphone app that allows consumers to share their own personal experiences with the scandias and learn about other users’ experiences.