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Perfumery

Your one stop shop for perfumes online is here! We are an authorised stockist of the world's most coveted and luxurious perfumes.

Our collection of luxury and expertly created products includes best-selling brands, like Giorgio Armani and Bvlgari, and more niche perfumes, like Narciso Rodriguez and Elie Saab.

We are constantly adding the newest perfume releases to our catalogue so you can be sure that the latest trends are always available to explore and discover.

Our perfumes make ideal gifts (for someone else or yourself) and feature a variety of body lotions, creams, perfumes and deodorants.

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All you need to know about Perfumery

 

Where should I apply perfume?

 

You should apply perfume on what is known as the body's 'pulse points'. Blood flows closer to the surface of the skin in these spots, causing the oils within a perfume to heat up when applied to them. Pulse points include the nape of the neck, the collarbone, behind the ears, temples, wrists, between the breasts, behind the knees and the small of the back. The heat from your skin should warm up the perfume, making the scent stronger and longer-lasting.

 

How do I choose the right perfume?


You should initially spray a perfume on the inside of your wrist or onto another pulse point to see if it suits you. Wait a few seconds after spraying, to enable the fragrance to warm up, as a scent can change greatly once it has experienced the chemical reaction of the body's natural heat. This will also enable the top notes and alcohol to subside, bringing in the heart and base notes. These are the notes you should decide on, to see whether you like them. Always test a perfume on your skin, rather than paper blotters.

 

How should I store my perfume?

 

Perfume, like other cosmetics, also has a shelf life. If the liquid becomes much darker, and loses its usual scent, then your perfume may have expired. To keep your fragrance fresh, store it away from heat and light, as this will prevent it from turning sour. Keep it in a box or drawer in a dark place, away from bright sunlight. Even if the bottle is open, storing it effectively should keep your perfume lasting for up to two years.

 

What does a perfume 'note' mean?

 

A 'note' is essentially a single element in a perfume's composition, such as rose, sandalwood, or jasmine. A note can be woody, fruity, spicy, a herb, or technically anything with a scent! When notes are combined together, they create a fragrance.

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