How To Choose The Right Perfume For Your Body Chemistry
Your Unique Body Chemistry
You will not know unless you experiment with a variety of fragrances.
It is the long-term impression that a fragrance gives you that really counts, not what you think of it at first.
Everyone’s skin is different and that is why some fragrances last longer on some people’s skin than others.
Every individual has their own unique skin chemistry.
In fact, your skin chemistry can even change now and again and the changes are not always apparent.
When these changes occur, your fragrance may go from smelling wonderful on you, to not being a very pleasant smell at all.
There are a variety of reasons that can contribute to and or cause your skin chemistry to change.
The number one reason tends to be stress. If you are feeling a large amount of anxiety it will often effect your heart rate, and cause your hands to become clammy and you might start to sweat.
All of this will factor into a change in your body chemistry and result in your fragrance smelling different.
What you eat is very closely related to how a fragrance may smell on you.
Your diet can radically change the smell of fragrances on your skin.
For example, too much garlic consumption can cause a slight aroma of garlic to permeate from your skin when you sweat.
This aroma may not mix well with your fragrance. Onions as well as other foods that can bring about gas can also alter the aroma of your fragrance.
Age is something else that can factor into your skin’s chemistry.
This is because there are a number of significant hormonal changes for men and women.
The first change is the shift from child to teen. Puberty can be a hard time on a teenager’s body and skin.