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Concentrated Perfume Oil - How to use it, a small guide about applying our concentrated perfume oils
Most commercially available perfumes have a high alcohol content, sometimes even up to 95%. The pure perfume oil in the alcohol mixture is only a small amount of 5-20%.
Our concentrated perfume oils contain no alcohol. The perfume oils are therefore much stronger than eau de parfums or eau de toilettes and should be used sparingly. Just a few drops of the concentrated oil are enough for a beautiful fragrance result.
The traditional way to use perfume oils is to apply the fragrance indirectly to the garment/clothing. The perfume oils can be applied with the roller head of the perfume bottle or with the applicator stick. To do this, take one or more drops of the perfume oil into the palm of the hand or the inner wrist and gently rub the palms together. Then the perfume oil is applied to the clothes by gently stroking the palms of the hands over the clothes. This prevents soiling of the clothes and ensures that the perfume oil is spread over a large part of the clothes.
However, the sensitivity of the clothing or the colour of the garment should be taken into consideration. Light-coloured clothing or sensitive fabrics such as silk should be tested in a non-visible place beforehand. This is especially recommended for darker oils.
Note: We accept no liability for damage to clothing. Please also read our notices and disclaimers.
Apply a small drop of the perfume to your inner wrists, along your jawline, behind your earlobes, into the tips of your beard (If you wear one.) or the ends of your hair.
The sillage often does not start immediately and is overwhelming, but do not let yourself be tempted to use more oil quickly, but rather wait and see. Perfume oils often gain strength when warmed by your skin and movements. You can always "top up" the perfume a little, but weakening the fragrance afterwards if you have used too much is quite difficult.
Note: As with all products, care should be taken when using perfume oils. In case of skin rash or itching, discontinue immediately and wash thoroughly with soap and water. See your doctor if necessary. Keep fragrances away from children.