Perfume Oil, Amberwood 10 ml.


Discover the allure of Amber Wood Perfume Oil, a rich blend of sandalwood, rosewood, cedarwood, and orange, creating a deep, woody scent with a citrusy undertone.

Categories : MistandPerfume



•   Apply perfume oil to pulse points where the skin is warm and blood vessels are close to the surface. Common pulse points include:

•         Wrists

•         Neck

•         Behind the ears

•         Inside the elbows

•         Behind the knees

Warmth helps diffuse the fragrance across your body, enhancing the scent.

•   Apply Sparingly: Perfume oils are more concentrated than alcohol-based perfumes, so a little goes a long way. Start with a small amount. You can always apply more if you desire a stronger scent.

•   Dab, Don’t Rub: Rubbing your wrists together after applying perfume oil can break down the molecules, altering the scent. Instead, dab or roll the oil onto your skin and allow it to absorb naturally.

•   Reapply as Needed: While perfume oils generally have a longer staying power, you can reapply throughout the day if you feel the scent is fading. Because they’re usually compact and spill-proof, they’re easy to carry with you.

Additional Tips:

•         Layering Scents: You can layer different perfume oils to create a unique scent. Start with the heaviest scent and finish with the lightest.

•         Moisturize: Applying perfume oil to moisturized skin can help lock in the scent for longer. Consider using an unscented moisturizer to avoid scent competition.

•         Storage: Keep your perfume oil in a cool, dark place to preserve its quality and longevity. Heat and light can degrade the oil over time.

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