Why should I wear perfume oils?
Perfume oils are actually moisturizing, making them less irritating and more suitable for people with dry skin. People are wearing fragrance differently, too, and perfume oil fits a more modern style of personal scent. Gone are the clouds of fragrance that announced your entrance and lingered way too long after you've left. This is replaced with a nuanced, complex, subtle personal perfume that is pleasing for everyone.
Also, perfume oils are more concentrated with less fillers, stick to your skin longer and don't contain dehydrating chemicals.
And they last longer that traditional alcohol based perfumes, since alcohol evaporates from the bottle faster. This is a great thing for those of us who have a large collection of scents and hold onto things longer. You don’t waste as much during application either, since, one loses about 50% of a spray of traditional perfume into the air.
How do I wear perfume oils?
There is an art to trying out perfume oils that will give you the best results. Open the bottle and smell. This is not what it smell like on your skin, but will give you a first impression. Dab once directly onto the front and back of your wrists and a dab under each ear.
Don't rub in the perfume and allow it to unfold naturally as it warms up on the skin. Wait about an hour and let it fully blossom and mingle with your unique body chemistry and smell it again. In this final testing stage, you should be able to pick up the mid and base notes of the scent design. This is the fully opened, final version of the fragrance.
If you find that your skin is absorbing the scent quickly (which may happen if your skin is dry and/or you live in a dry climate), extend the life of the oil by layering it on top of similarly scented lotion or solid perfume.
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