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A Guide to Perfume Strengths

A Guide to Perfume Strengths

Shopping for new perfume can be overwhelming with all of the scents available. Not only are there countless scents available, there are also different fragrance concentrations. Underneath the name of the perfume on a bottle will normally be the fragrance concentration. A fragrance concentration refers to the strength that a fragrance has. Perfumes with a higher fragrance concentration contain more perfume oils and less alcohol. Fragrance concentrations are broken into categories including parfum, eau de parum, eau de toilette, eau de cologne, and eau fraiche.

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Nature in a bottle

Nature in a bottle

Flowers, an important part of any fragrance; directly smelling of fragrant blossoms, often rich in nuance: from the banana top note of ylang-ylang, the wine nuances in fresh roses and the powdery, almond-like character of heliotrope, to the camphorous side of freshly-picked tuberose, all the way through the apricot scent of osmanthus, the lemony touches of magnolia and the caramelise facets of lavender, flowers can present surprising sides which never cease to fascinate not just insects, but humans as well.

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Interesting Facts about Perfumes

Interesting Facts about Perfumes

Since Perfume is an integral part of our lives and without which we can’t seem to get ready; so here are some interesting facts about Perfumes which will definitely amaze you.

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