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While you are listing perfume and fragrance items now be very careful with the postage costs and Royal mail change in policy.  

Frequently Asked Questions: Tips on applying fragrance
Q: How to apply perfume ?
A: You need to place the perfume on your pulse points, wrists and on your neck, behind your ears and where your body is most warm.
Q: What Fragrance to buy ?
A: Buy the "eau de perfume" variety of a perfume, they have a higher percent of aromatic compounds in it. They often come in smaller containers because they're so intense and you only use to dab on a little bit.
Q: How to apply a fragrance for men
A: When applying perfume be careful not to over-spray. Firstly test out several fragrances to find the fragrance for you. When you go out somewhere in a large area you can spray more, but less in an enclosed space where there are many more people. The areas you should spray are on the forearm and chest area. If there is body hair there it will preserve the fragrance longer. You can also spray a little fragrance on your shirt sleeve for a minute or so and this will keep the fragrance lasting longer. The only thing we would probably advice against is spraying directly on your clothes since this will not allow the fragrance to develop as it would when sprayed on the skin. We sell fragrance for men Valroma

Oldest recorded history of Perfume to date, the oldest perfumery was discovered on the island of Cyprus. Excavations in 2004-5 under the initiative of an Italian archaeological team unearthed evidence of an enormous factory that existed 4,000 years ago during the Bronze Age. This covered an estimated surface area of over 4,000m² indicating that perfume manufacturing was on an industrial scale. The news of this discovery was reported extensively through the world press and many artefacts are already on display in Rome. The Bible describes a sacred perfume (Exodus 30:22-33) consisting of liquid myrrh, fragrant cinnamon, fragrant cane, and cassia. Its use was forbidden, except by the priests. The women wore perfume to present their beauty. Wikipedia


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