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CAREFUL! Make no mistake, here are the 5 parts of the body where you should not put perfume
Written by SOT.COM.AL 1 Shkurt 2023
Applying perfume is like icing on the cake when you get ready in the morning just before the office or any other work you have. After all, who doesn't love to smell like a bouquet of roses or spicy allure? But as any perfume lover knows, it's very possible to overdo it and spray it where you shouldn't.
What are these places?
Perhaps one of the most obvious places to avoid spraying perfume is near your eyes. Alcohol-based perfumes contain ethyl - some are as much as 95% - which can cause irritation if it comes into contact with sensitive areas, such as your eyes.
Hair naturally absorbs fragrances, so it may seem like a good idea to spray perfume on your hair first. However, alcohol-based perfumes can be really drying, especially if you spray the perfume directly on your hair. Instead, Reader's Digest suggests spraying the scent on your hairbrush and then washing your hair to avoid damage, or try spritzing the ends, always very lightly.
While applying perfume to your wrist may be one of the most popular ways to smell great all day long, if the perfume accidentally ends up on your hands in the process, alcohol-based perfumes can make the skin dry enough. Furthermore, if you happen to rub your eyes after getting the perfume on your hands, irritation may occur.
Spraying perfume on the armpit is another possible cause of irritation. The interaction between the perfume and the sweat glands in the armpit can lead to itching and burning.
Places on the body that are suitable for wearing perfume
The best places to spray perfume are the pulse points of your body, including your wrists, neck and the back of your knees. By applying perfume to these heat-emitting areas, your favorite perfume will last longer.