A FAQ with Scentsy customers and consultants is, “How long does Scentsy last?”
You may have heard 60-80 hours, or 8-10 hours per cube, or a couple days, or a week, or 30 days or any other quantifiable number. But guess what? That information is WRONG. That inaccurate information has been floating around for years. It’s been an uphill battle to get the correct information out there.
Sure I could tell you that the scent paks, scent circles, and travel tins last UP TO a certain number of days. I could also tell you that you can make UP TO a million dollars a year with Scentsy. Both are possible, yet not very probable.
The CORRECT answer to the frequently asked question of “How long does Scentsy last?” is:
- It depends on if you leave it on 24/7 or a few hours each day.
- It depends what size warmer and what size room.
- It depends on if you typically warm the same type of scents or if you change it up.
- It depends on how your nose works.
- It depends on individual preferences. Some people leave them on 24/7 and swap out every couple of days, others once a week or longer.
- Some start with a couple of cubes, others a smaller amount, depending again, on individual sense of smell.
It’s not like a wicked candle that you can assign a number of hours because with those, once the wax burns down, it’s done.
What if I told you “It lasts 30 days.“, but because of any of the factors mentioned above, after a week you stopped really smelling it the way you did when you first experienced it? You’re going to be disappointed or maybe even feel like you were duped, right?
But what if I told you “Some people say a week, others longer.” Then for you, 6 weeks later every time you walked into that room you still smelled it. Great experience and feelings about Scentsy, right?
Now do you see why it’s impossible, unrealistic and unreasonable to give a quantifiable time frame for how long Scentsy lasts?
The best way I heard it described was from Orville Thompson, Scentsy Chief Executive Officer and Co-Owner. He said, “Don’t tell them how long it lasts. Tell them how to use it.”