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By doing these 5 things, make the smell of perfume last longer than before

According to some experts, perfume is like a living organism that can change in any situation. Therefore, the durability of the scent can be different in every situation.
They believe that factors such as the type of clothing, season, weather, etc. all affect the stability of the perfume smell. However, sometimes the smell of perfume disappears much sooner than you think.
Experts recommend several things to make the perfume last longer, which can help you enjoy the smell of your perfume for a longer time.
According to these people, the 5 determining factors in the longevity of a perfume are the following:

Preparing the skin before applying perfume

Experts say that one of the important factors in the longevity of a perfume is to remove sweat and fat from the skin. They recommend that you always shower before applying perfume to remove sweat and oil from your skin.
Experts also say that after taking a shower, be sure to moisturize your skin with a moisturizer because perfume usually sticks better to wet skin and makes the effect of the perfume remain on your skin for a longer time.

Perfume spray on the pulse

One of the other ways to make the perfume last longer is to spray it on the pulse.
According to experts, parts of the body such as pulse, wrists, neck, ears and elbows, which have more heat than other parts of the body, are the best places to apply perfume. According to the scientists, when the perfume is combined with heat, it smells more natural and makes its effect last longer.

Avoid rubbing your wrists together

Many people have a habit of rubbing their wrists together after spraying perfume. According to experts, this is one of the worst ways to remove the smell of perfume. They believe that this will significantly reduce the quality of the perfume.
Instead, they say, try spritzing the perfume on your pulse to make it last longer on your skin.

Better storage of perfume

Naturally, one of the things that can affect the quality of a perfume is its storage method. Experts recommend that you avoid keeping the perfume exposed to sunlight, as well as keeping it in warm and bright rooms.
Exposing the perfume to sunlight will cause the perfume to lose its original smell or become cloudy even if its expiration date has not passed.

Perfume expiration date

Perfume, like any product, has an expiration date. According to experts, the expiration date of perfumes is usually between two and 10 years, and as the end of this date approaches, its scent gradually evaporates.
If you have left your perfume in the drawer for a long time, be sure to check the expiration date before using it.

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