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Why Men Need Skin Care Products Too

By | 2013-11-04T17:06:55+00:00 November 4th, 2013|Categories: Articles|

Most women realize the importance of taking care of their skin’s appearance, providing moisture and protection from the elements and time. Men tend to forget that moisture is essential to healthy skin, and many skin care products appeal more to the female market. Believe it or not, men need skin care products just as much

Our Five Simple Tips For Choosing The Perfect Fragrance Online

By | 2013-11-04T17:06:09+00:00 November 4th, 2013|Categories: Articles|

Ready for a new fragrance?  At MyPerfume.com, we have an incredible selection of fragrances from all over the world.  So how do you choose the right scent without trying it first?  Ask yourself these five questions and you’ll be well on your way to selecting a fragrance that’s just right for you!   1)    What

Modern Classification of Olfactive Families

By | 2013-04-18T10:14:50+00:00 April 18th, 2013|Categories: Articles|

The following is a description of the subcategories that exist under the modern classification of oflactive families. These were developed from 1945 onwards and are used today more often than the traditional classifications as they better describe and categorise the  types of scents and synthetic compounds that are commonly found in modern perfumes: Aquatic: (also

Olfactive families explained

By | 2013-04-18T10:16:12+00:00 April 18th, 2013|Categories: Articles|

In the perfume trade you will often hear the term “Olfactive families” used. Though initially this might seem like impenetrable industry-specific jargon it is really quite simple. Oflactive refers to our sense of smell and families are the different groups under which various scents or elements within a fragrance can be grouped. Simply put it

Traditional Classification of Olfactive Families

By | 2013-04-18T09:55:47+00:00 April 18th, 2013|Categories: Articles|

The following is a description of the subcategories that exist under the traditional classification of oflactive families. These were developed from the early twentieth century onwards and are heavily dependent on nature but also on geography in order to identify and taxonomise the different natural scents that went into perfumes at the turn of the