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Know Your Perfume

Pay attention to the concentration of your perfume, The concentration ratio of perfume helps determine how long the smell will last on you.

Extrait de Parfum- This has the highest concentration of fragrance compounds therefore will likely last the longest and have the strongest projection.

Eau de Parfum- One of the most common concentrations, second highest, and typically preforms very well in the longevity and projection category. 

Eau de Toilette- Another very common concentration and while it's a step below in the fragrance oil concentration category, it can preform quite well for most people, especially those with moisturized skin. 

How To Apply

Spray it 10 inches away on your body which is not close to your face, such as your chest, or the back of your neck.

Spray 9 to 12 sprays over your clothes, clothing fibers are able to hold in scents for a very long time.

Apply on pulse point: wrist, inner elbow, and neck, these are warm areas that’ll help diffuse the fragrance across your entire body, also,

Don't rub, rubbing your wrists together breaks down the fragrance and causes top notes to break down faster than they would have otherwise. Gently dab it on your skin.

Please Note:

Please try one or two sprays on your skin, though our perfumes are 100% safe on skin, at times it may not suite sensitive skin, it may cause burning sensation, irritation or rashes.

Most of the times it’s okay to spray perfume on clothes, but, always do a test spray on a piece of tissue paper or a small area of clothing first. Very rarely, some perfumes do create stains, but most of them are safe.

Don't store your scents in the bathroom, heat, light, and humidity will break down the perfume and lessen the quality and intensity of the fragrance, instead, store your perfume bottles in a cool, dry place, like on the vanity in your room and away from windows.

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