The Beauty of Perfume

This Austro-Hungarian ruby glass and engraved silver set with jewels and with a figural stopper circa 1880

(Image: Austro-Hungarian ruby glass and engraved silver set with jewels and with a figural stopper circa 1880)

“Where should one use perfume?”-a young woman asked.

“Wherever one wants to be kissed.”- COCO CHANEL

A PERFUME NO DOUBT MAKES a complement of our lifestyle and personality. Sense of smell is the only one of the five senses that never fails to develop and GOOD FRAGRANCE IS CONSIDERED A MAGNET FOR THE OPPOSITE SEX AND an aphrodisiac IN LOVE. A perfume  INSPIRES THE SENSES AND  HISTORIANS say that IN THE MIDDLE AGES ointments were produced with aromatic substances, Moss included. In the XVIII and XIX centuries, FLOWER WATER BECAME the most popular fragrance. The perfume is as present in human history as any hero or legend.

  • Choose a good product, do not settle if the smell is strong that does not guarantee that the scent will last longer.

  • Place it in a place where temperatures are not extreme.

  • Avoid storing where there may be heat or in constant motion, it affects its composition.

  • Apply mainly in places where your body releases more heat (ears, elbows, neck, and chest).

  • Use different fragrances depending on the occasion, do not let only one define your personality.

 APPLY PERFUME  after you shower, IN THIS MOMENTpores are open and absorb the smell better.

Moisturize your skin, THIS WILL HELP KEEP THE PERFUME ALL DAY.

Do not rub the SKIN, this changes the smell of a perfume.

SPREADS Vaseline ON your SKIN before application, this AVOIDs the rapid absorption and loss of fragrance.

If it’s cold, strong fragrances are most recommended.

IF IT’S HOT A LIGHT FRAGRANCE, such  AS FRESH HERBS, FLOWERS AND FRUITS ARE recommended.

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