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Use & Storage of Natural Perfumes

Updated: May 6

To ensure you get the most out of the fragrance and enjoy its benefits, follow these steps:

  1. Test a small area first! Especially if you have sensitive skin.

  2. Prep area by applying lotion or cream to clean skin.

  3. Spray or Dab on Pulse Points: Pulse points are areas on the body where blood vessels are closest to the skin's surface. Common pulse points include the wrists, neck, temples, behind the ears, and the inner elbows. 

  4. Avoid Rubbing: When applying natural perfume, avoid rubbing after application which can break down the fragrance molecules and alter scent.

  5. Layering: If you want to enhance the longevity and complexity of the scent, consider layering your natural perfume with other scents.

  6. Store Properly: To preserve the integrity, store it in a cool, dark place away from direct sunlight and heat. This helps prevent the fragrance from deteriorating or becoming rancid.

  7. Experiment with different fragrances to find ones that resonate with your personal preferences and body chemistry.

Visit our store to explore our fragrant collection of natural perfumes blends.

Proper maintenance and storage are essential to ensure the longevity and quality of your all-natural perfumes. Unlike synthetic fragrances that often contain preservatives, all-natural perfumes are more delicate and require extra care.

To preserve the integrity of your all-natural perfumes, it is important to store them in a cool, dark place away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. Exposure to light and heat can cause the fragrance to deteriorate and lose its potency.

Additionally, make sure to tightly seal the bottle after each use to prevent oxidation and evaporation. This will help maintain the freshness and longevity of your fragrance.

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