High living has always been associated with the use of perfumes. In the old days with the rights to defend the need for fragrances, the bourgeois society soon followed.
Perfumes of natural scents like sandalwood or musk is preferred. In today’s world due to illegal trafficking and loss of species, natural scents are replaced by synthetic aromatics. Both have their advantages and disadvantages. Scents like musk from natural ingredients are extremely complex and have been impossible to imitate through synthetic aromatics like nitromusks or macrocyclic musks. On the other hand, synthetic aromas like ozone, marine, metals, etc. have no parallel relationship in the natural scents smell.
So today with modern technology, perfumes and synthetic aromas, new categories have been created. The categories can be described as:
- Bright Floral – very popular and is designed for almost everyone and all occasions
- Woody – it evokes the smell of fresh forest
- Green – has a light aroma and is designed for casual wear
- Oceanic – is very popular among the younger generation
- Spicy fruit – a good choice for tropical climates or during summer
- Oriental – (O spicy odor) that is for special occasions.
The composition of perfumes is very important, because the perfect combination of flavors (such as rose, jasmine, cola), modifiers (esters), blenders (linalool, hydroxycitronellol) and fasteners (such as resins, wood scents and amber) , can provide only the smell of perfumes that are so famous and desired for. Some famous brand name perfumes are:
1. Eau de Cologne (1709)
2. Chanel No. 5 (1921)
3. Opium YSL (1977)
4. Azzaro Pour Homme (1978)
5. Anais Anais (1979)
6. Christian Dior Poison (1985)
7. Calvin Klein Eternity (1988)
8. Gucci Envy (1997)
9. Nu YSL (2001)
10. Rosa 31 (2006)
In addition, preservation of perfumes is of vital importance, because it degrades if kept carelessly. Previously all perfumes come in bottles with lids open. These bottles kept the fragrance intact from a year ago. As used, the perfume level dropped and exposed to oxygen content in the empty bottle. This changed with time the fragrance perfumes. Heat, light, oxygen, and extraneous organic materials, more distorted the fragrance. Thus, glass bottles, although highly decorative, allowed light, and has contributed to degradation of the fragrance.
Now it is well known that aluminum bottles are light proof the best for the preservation of perfumes, especially when they are cooled to low temperatures 3-7 degrees Celsius. The oxygen content in the bottle can not be completely eliminated, but can be minimized by the use of rollers instead of open bottles. In addition to minimizing exposure to oxygen can be achieved through the use of aerosols.
Thus, almost all of today’s perfumes come in spray bottles, which isolate the perfume from mixing with outside oxygen, skin, debris and dust, thus promoting the longevity of olfactory quality perfume.
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