You were lucky enough to receive perfume
for Christmas? A unique scent, which resembles you as long as you want to make it last as long as possible? Follow our advice and tips to optimize the life of your perfumes. Nothing worse than a perfume that has turned and that you can no longer wear before you have even been able to enjoy it.
Avoid light: Perfumes must be stored and handled with care to avoid losing their distinctive smell. The alcohols and oils in perfumes decompose in their enemies, which are light, heat and humidity. Direct sunlight is to be avoided for bouquets. The aroma will quickly degrade and take on a different smell. Like your wardrobe closet, choose a dark place to best store your scent. For example, you won’t want to spoil a wonderful perfume like a Lolita Lempicka.
Prefer ambient temperatures: The hotter it is, the better your perfume will be preserved. Above all, do not store the bottles in the heat. Again, the shelves in your closet make it the perfect place. The principle is that any extreme temperature is terrible. Perfumes should also not be stored in the refrigerator, as this will rapidly deteriorate their smell. It is not recommended to keep its fragrance in the cold.