How can I make my fragrance last longer?

  • Fragrance lasts longer when applied on damp skin right after a shower or bath.
  • Use a body cream of your favorite fragrance first, then spray on your fragrance. The lotion will act like "glue" and helps hold the fragrance longer.
  • For longest results, layer your fragrance all over your body with matching fragrance products such as a shower gel, soap, or bath oil, then a matching lotion or body cream. (If you have dry skin, use a lotion or body cream. If you have oily skin, apply talc.) Follow with matching perfume at the pulse points, or an all-over spritz of eau de parfum.
  • Use perfume or eau de parfum
  • Fragrance rises. Spray or smooth fragrance onto skin from the feet to the shoulders. If you apply fragrance only behind your ears, it will eventually rise and disappear.
  • If you have dry skin, you will need to wear more perfume, and re-apply your fragrance more often than someone with oilier skin.
  • Wear stronger fragrances in cold weather. Cold reduces a scent's intensity.
  • Apply perfume to your primary pulse points (your wrists, behind your ears, your chest, neck, or behind your knees and inside your elbows.)
  • Spray the inside of your elbow and behind your knee, for a longer lasting fragrance. The fragrance stays a little moist & fragrance works best just a little bit humid.
  • It may be necessary to re-apply your fragrance every 3-4 hours.


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