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How to store perfume correctly


Perfume is a valuable commodity that may be costly and challenging to replace. It is crucial to store perfume correctly to maintain its freshness and potency.


The following are some suggestions for correctly storing perfume:


Keep perfume away from heat and light as they can break down its chemical compounds and affect its scent and longevity.

Store it in a cool, dark place like a closet or drawer. If you don't use the fragrance frequently, store it in the fridge for an extended life span.


Avoid storing perfume in a humid environment such as the bathroom. Instead, keep it in a dry, cool place.


Keep perfume in its original box or packaging to ensure it remains in good condition.


It is crucial to know that every time you spray perfume, there will be less fragrance and more air in the bottle, increasing the risk of oxidation.

Citrus and conifer materials, which make up the top notes in a fragrance, are typically affected by oxidation. When a perfume oxidizes, it can give off an unpleasant scent at the opening, but the middle and base notes may still perform undisturbed.


Alcohol-based perfumes last longer than oil-based ones, and the more alcohol the fragrance contains, the longer its lifespan. The size of the bottle is also an indicator of the perfume's expected lifespan.

Attar, for instance, comes in a 3 ml bottle, whereas eau de toilette comes in 100 or 200 ml bottles.


Roll-on oil-based perfumes have the shortest lifespan since there is a high risk of contamination from the skin to the bottle, and there is no alcohol to kill the germs.



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