If you do not know what nonenal is, chances are you can smell it. Chances
are you will do almost anything not to smell it. Chances are you want to
find a way to never smell it again, either because you have it or you know
people who suffer from it.
What you may not be able to say or categorize, science can define; because
nonenal is an odor common among the aged; because we now have the means—and the convenience—to stop this problem altogether; because Mirai Clinical has a product (several products, in fact) to eliminate nonenal.
Take, for instance, the company’s deodorizing soap with persimmon, which is the only soap bar of its kind in the United States that contains Japanese persimmon extract. Handcrafted by soap artisans in Japan, the oval-shaped soap—which has the look and feel of a persimmon—both moisturizes and deodorizes the skin. It reverses nonenal not with harsh chemicals and preservatives but with protective properties and exceptional ingredients.
The product also provides psychological relief from a phenomenon few want to acknowledge and many want to avoid altogether. Who, after all, wants to concede that they suffer from nonenal.
The good news is that help is available, that Mirai Clinical is a source of authority—and the go-to source for assistance—concerning this matter.
I commend their commitment to science.
I recommend their products.