How to apply and take care of your fragrances.
Aim for your pulse points.
Curious about the optimal areas to apply perfume? Direct your attention to your pulse points. These regions correspond to where your veins are closest to the skin surface, allowing you to feel your pulse. They include the inside of your wrists, inner elbows, below your belly button, behind your ear lobes, and the back of your knees. These warm areas generate additional body heat, aiding in the natural diffusion of fragrance. Avoide rubbing or pressing their wrists together after applying.
Spritz your clothing as desired.
Adding a touch of perfume to your garments is an effective method for prolonging your fragrance experience throughout the day, just be cautious with fabrics that may stain. Fragrance interacts with fabrics differently than with the skin, resulting in a lighter or slightly altered scent profile, yet still reminiscent of your favorite perfume.
After spraying your perfume on the skin (or not), you can apply it on your clothes to intensify the sillage (the scented trace you leave behind). For the best longevity and result, spray your perfume on fabrics made of natural materials like cotton, cashmere, wool or linen. When spritzing on fabrics, be aware of potential colouring. To avoid colouring and stains, stay away from white coloured fabric. Son Venïn don't add colour to perfumes, be aware of other brands who add colour before you spritz onto fabrics.
While perfume bottles can be visually stunning when the sunlight dances upon them, it's best to store them away from light. Sun exposure can break down the fragrance. Opt for a dark storage place, free from both natural and artificial light, to extend the life of your perfume.
Maintain constant temperature.
It's important to store your perfume in a cool and consistent environment. Avoid extreme temperatures, whether hot or cold, and aim for a stable temperature of Store below 21°C / 70°F.
It's important to store your solid perfume in a cool and consistent environment. Avoid extreme temperatures, whether hot or cold, and aim for a stable temperature of Store below 21°C / 70°F. The melting point of beeswax ranges from 62°C to 65°C. Don't leave your solid perfume in the car or at direct sun spots at high temperatures.
Harmonise perfume with your skin.
Perfume doesn’t wear well on dry skin, which is just another reason to moisturizer daily. Ideally, you should use an unscented moisturizer to keep your skin hydrated. This will also ensure that there’s no olfactory interference.
Perfume lasts longer when applied to oily, damp skin, you can even rub vaseline onto your pulse points before application to lock in the scent.