The perfume is a delicate, live substance and you need to protect it by closing it firmly and storing it in a dry and cool place. If you want to extend its life significantly, you can keep it in a fridge.
Yes, you should be careful, especially with fine tissues like silk and with coloured fragrances
This depends on its concentration and airiness. In the case of Perfume and Eau de parfum – only a few drops on the warm spots. Eau de toilette and lighter concentrations – 3 – 4 applications every 4-7 hours. Naturally it will depend on the strength of the fragrance, your skin and other variables.
This can happen. It can be caused by to the actual reaction of the ingredients in the perfume over time, or can be simply due to the fact that you have an olfactive fatique. It can be also the result of a change in your lifestyle – medication, season, pregnancy.
Fragrances are a highly sophisticated combination of ingredients, some of which can be very expensive. In accordance to the product that you buy, the concentration of ingredients will be higher, and so will the price. Due to this, a perfume is very expensive, eau de parfum less so, but still it is quite costly, and eau de toilette and lighter concentrations become more affordable. You should add today high costs of the marketing phenomenon, where great budgets are dedicated to communication.
Simply because each of us has a different skin, thus modifying the reaction of the fragrance. Typically the following are taken into account:
- Your PH (acid or basic)
- The skin structure, some of which retains more or less odors
- The level of oil (dry or oily skin)
- Body temperature
- Food habits
- External factors
Generally no, except if you expose yourself directly to the sun, which can produce irreversible stains on your skin. As fragrances contain naturals, you can have an allergy towards an ingredient. Test on a small part of your skin (not face) before adopting