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Life without fragrance would be boring indeed. We wear scent to feel good about ourselves, to feel more attractive and to smell great. There have also been studies that show citrus fragrance can elevate your mood and lavender scents can calm you down.  So it should be simple to find a perfume …but understanding the language of fragrance isn’t easy. There are all those French words, different fragrance families and ingredients, many you have never heard of or don’t exist in nature. Decoding The Eaus When you see Eau de

Without a doubt, the thought of a green scent will conjure up a variety of images such as freshly cut grass, rich green foliage, an herb garden or a forest. The relating picture will range from person to person but there is generally a mental image associated with the color green when referring to scent. This image is likely an earthy one as the color green is most often associated with plants, trees, budding flowers and grass. Fragrances described as green fall under the larger fragrance category of “fresh” scents as do

The fragrance category of “aquatic” scents is relatively new in the perfume world. This classification generally refers to a traditional fresh or floral composition that is enhanced by marine notes during the evaporation process. This particular group of scents offers a lot of excellent options for the warmer months as these marine notes tend to be quite complementary with the hot summer sun and long days at the beach. Marine notes add a bright, fresh and natural touch to fragrances. Examples of marine notes would be sea water, ocean breeze,