How to Make Perfume Last Longer

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Making perfume last longer involves keeping the skin moisturized and applying it to non-pulse points on the body, such as the arms, chest or shoulders. Allow perfume to last throughout the day with helpful advice from a natural perfume producer in this free video on perfumes.

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Hi, I'm Stephanie from stephanieknaturals.com and I'm going to tell you how to make perfume last longer. Now, you may have been taught to apply your perfume to your pulse points. These are points on your body where things are very close to the skin and radiate a lot of heat and that will make the perfume diffuse into the air. If you put the perfume on places that are not pulse point however it won't diffuse as quickly and it will actually last longer. So, you can take your perfume and apply it to somewhere that is not your pulse points. Now, your pulse points are places like your wrist, your temples, right under your ear, on your neck some of these places that generate a lot of heat. Some places you could put them are maybe on your arm or your shoulder. Possibly even your chest area and by putting them on these places, there not going to diffuse as quickly and one of other things you can do is make sure that your skin is moisturized because dry skin will not hold your perfume as long. So, if you want to make sure your perfume last long as long as possible get an unscented lotion and make sure that skin is nice and moisturized before you apply your perfume.

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