Tuesday, February 1, 2011

SMELL GOOD...SMELL YUMMY!


Everyone wants to smell only what smells good. Thus comes the desire of all people to smell nothing but good! Thanks to the invention of perfumes because this time we can smell good longer than they do before.

Your preferred scent may not be what I prefer. Not because what you like does not smell good but because it does not go well with my body chemistry. Our bodily reaction to perfumes vary due to the difference in our body chemistry, physiologically. There are several factors actually, including diet, acid balance, medication, skin oil, pigmentation, mood, and environmental factor. Diet is a factor in the sense that when you have high fat consumption this can intensify the scent of the perfume as compared to another who is on a low fat diet. People who have dry skin need to reapply more often than those with oily skin. You simply have to be more aware of your this and that and on how to make it better.

Then again, you also have to make sure that you are not using imitations since they truly do not last. Plus it honestly smell different. Burberry, Calvin Klein, Yves Saint Laurant...or whatever you believe to be your own personal scent, luxuryparlor.com is where to get it. Not only do they have almost all the brands you might be having problem looking for, but they also have great deals and discounts.


I don't know with you, but me, I GIVE MUCH IMPORTANCE to my smelling good. I feel sexy, I feel confident wearing quality perfume!

1 comments:

avatarlady said...

Interesting. I didn't know that scents smell depends on acid balance and amount of body fat.

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