We frequently turn to liberally applying perfume to our person in an effort to ensure that the scent lasts for a long time. It is almost impossible to resist the urge, but we are here to provide you with tried-and-true tips to make sure your perfume lasts longer without going overboard. The CEO of EKAM, Ms. Aarti Koya, offers tips for extending the life of your perfume.
· It is best to apply perfume after taking a shower when the skin is still damp (this does not mean that you should apply it to wet skin). Choosing an occlusive like Vaseline as an alternative to moisturiser or body lotion is even more effective because it will significantly aid in sealing in the fragrance. All of this moisture aids in making the perfume adhere to your skin more closely.
· The elbows, backs of knees, cleavage, sides of the neck, inside of the wrists, on the clavicle, behind the base of the neck, etc. are all prime locations to apply perfume (from a distance). These hot spots will help the fragrance disperse more effectively and for a longer period of time.
· Do you pay attention to how your perfume is stored? Carefully store it inside the original packaging in a cool, dry area away from direct sunlight. If kept in a refrigerator, it will last longer, and using it will be comfortable and enjoyable.
· To prevent the scent’s potency from quickly fading, be careful how often you shake the perfume bottle. Less is better than more. This is so that the fragrance won’t remain as strong because shaking causes the molecules of the fragrance to move around and become disrupted.
· An intriguing tip for extending the life of perfume is to lightly mist a small amount of perfume into your hair, avoiding the scalp, while it is sufficiently oiled or moist. As a result, the scent will cling to you and your hair.