Natural fragrances get their scent directly from plants
Fragrances are alcohol-based liquids designed to make their wearer smell good. Fragrances contain water, alcohol and concentrates that give the fragrance its scent.
Fragrance is either sprayed or spread on the skin depending on the packaging form of the product. The best places to apply fragrance are the pulse points which include the neck, behind the ears, ankles and the insides of wrists, elbows and knees. The idea of this is that the pulse point will warm the fragrance, releasing the scent continuously. Fragrance is good to be used carefully so that the scent doesn’t grow too strong. The fragrance will interact with the wearer’s own physiology, thus modifying into a unique scent on the wearer’s skin.
The stronger the fragrance, the longer the scent will stay on the skin. The strongest perfumes may last on the skin for up to eight hours whereas the lighter eau de toilettes can last for 2–4 hours. Natural fragrances get their scent from