Does anyone recommend a great perfume for girls?
I like sweet smelling perfume,if that helps
- Sur La MerLv 76 years agoFavorite Answer
Traditionally perfumes commonly contain oils plus any number of synthetic fragrance molecules. These chemicals can be used to mirror aromas that can't be extracted from - or are simply too expensive to draw out of - plants, flowers, and fruit, or to produce unique scents that aren't found in nature. Natural perfumes, on the other hand, are typically composed of essential oils and naturally derived extracts. "There have been reports that some synthetic ingredients in fragrances might be potential hormone disrupters," says obstetrician-gynecologist Jennifer Ashton, author of Your Body Beautiful." "The bottom line is we don't fully understand what physical effects these perfumes might have on us. But I don't believe there is any evidence to say one type of blend is better for you than the other." Allergic reactions, she notes, may occur after applying either variety. To be safe, always dab a little onto a small patch of skin to make sure it doesn't cause any irritation before spiriting away. If the more natural route appeals to you most.
Visit the perfume department.
Some perfumes may stink on you, depends on body chemistry. So, even the best-selling fragrance, may not smell well on you, but best answer is to try on a sample, and see HOW it reacts on your skin.
How I know this? I bought dh one of the best colognes, smell good on another guy, but it didn't on him.
This girl @ work, also has BO. Everyone knows she comes to work, like she showered everyday, looking fresh right out of the shower, etc. but she's got BO. Why? Her perfume is causing her to smell like she stinks!
Perfumes I hate: Scada, Michael Kors.
I like Bulgary Mon Jasmin Noir.
I also like Chanel 5.
I bought Chanel 5, spray, but it was making me sick, it was just too powerful . . . .even though I loved it when I had a sample, so I took it back and got an exchange for the real perfume, that you only use very little, NOT SPRAYED ON.
BTW: They go on my wrist, behind the neck, why waste expensive perfumes by putting them on your dress? How is your blood flow (veins) going to activate the scent?
You are supposed to apply the perfume to your pulse points..those are the warmest spots on your body (with the excepting of your head). I've also heard that rubbing the perfume is bad..it "breaks" the perfume.