Home and Living tested a new bathroom product we think you will like. Follow Thru LLC Chief Executive Officer, YaVaughnie Wilkins, worked for five years with top essential oil manufacturers to create three signature scents for Rejuvenescence toilet roll holders; each delivers a pleasant, sophisticated fragrance and fits discreetly inside any standard roll of bathroom tissue.
She explains, “It’s not taking up counter space or wall space; it’s hidden.” Patented fins hold the roll of paper in place and allow the scent to escape—“rejuvenating” the scent each time the user spins the roller for paper.
Wilkins originated the product idea in 2006 after visiting the lobby rest room of a Chicago hotel. Nearly overcome by the odors coming from each of the tiny bathroom stalls, she noticed they were too small to utilize a standard deodorizer, diffuser bottle of scented oil or basket of potpourri. There, she had the idea to put some sort of freshener inside the toilet paper roller. Several drawings and prototypes later, she patented what is today called ReJuvenescence; a toilet paper roller with fins that hold the roll of paper in place and still allow the scent to escape.
ReJuvenescence rollers—which are filled with beads soaked in sophisticated, long-lasting essential oils—are made of recyclable material and are completely manufactured in the United States. Covered perforations on each roller allow users to control the release of the signature scents to their taste. It makes for a fragrant bathroom without an obtrusive object or visible accessory. This makes it an ideal air freshener for any bathroom, from individual homes to lofts to restaurants, hotels, airplanes and boutiques.
ReJuvenescence comes in three, handpicked, natural scents:
- Wild Orchid–A delicate infusion of wild orchids, red currants, ginger and peach
- Moonflower–A floral mix of moonflower, subtle yellow rose and grapefruit
- Spice–A refreshing blend of clove, cinnamon, sandalwood, and peach
She adds, “You don’t have to be a woman to appreciate a pleasant-smelling bathroom.”
“I want it to be decadent—and a premium product—but still practical and accessible,” Wilkins likens the fragrances to aromatherapy candles or infusers, yet is safer and neater.
ReJuvenescence sells online for $12.99 each at http://followthrullc.com.