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Did You Bathe In It?

Aug 17, 2007
It is amazing what taking a bath can do for people. Taking a bath can eliminate that body odor without drowning yourself in perfume to cover it up. Many times perfume is mishandled. Not knowing how to apply it could contribute to that. There are many people that can't wear perfume due to allergies. Church is the wrong place to wear a lot of perfume. The closer you are, the mixture with other brands of perfume done match up so well.

If you apply to much perfume try using soap and water to eliminate the overflow that you are putting off. You could try using a fine mist of hair spray on the area you applied the perfume to and use a wet cloth to wipe it off. The ingredients in hair spray can counteract the chemicals found in perfume. Rubbing alcohol when applied to the saturated area has been known to cut down on the lingering scent of perfume.

Know how to apply perfume.

If you are going to wear perfume for enjoyment, try applying a small amount to your wrist.

If you are trying to impress someone, apply a small amount to you pulse points. Pulse points are in your neck and the backs of your knees. You don't have to apply more perfume for the entire day.

When you are purchasing perfume; essential oils; or cologne you should know which one is the strongest. Essential oils are very strong, because they are the purest. Don't try to sample every bottle in the store. You should limit your sampling to three . Don't make your nose go into overdrive. Waiting about three minutes between samplings should keep your sense of smell going strong.

Perfumes can go bad. Did you know that? There are several things that can contribute to perfume or cologne going bad such as: direct sunlight; heat; and the humidity. Stop storing your fragrance in your car glove compartment. Cars get very hot and this can sour your perfume. Don't set on vanity in direct sunlight. If you notice an alcohol scent when applying , discard the fragrance.

Everyone loves to smell good . Each person has a different body chemistry. This will cause the scent of perfumes to smell different on each person.

Think of others when applying your fragrance. Putting on to much perfume can lead to breathing problems for others if they have allergies. Conserve your perfume. Just a dab will do. Dabbing it own will benefit you better than bathing in it.
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