Floral Fragrances: This family consists of perfumes whose main theme is flowers. Floral scents can be observed as tangible references in nature, just like citrus scents. Perfumes containing singular flowers are called “solifores”. Perfumes that bring together more than one flower are called bouquets. In traditional perfumery, floral notes are used in almost every fragrance family.
The Concept of ‘Notes’ in Perfume:
The stages of spreading the scent of a perfume are called ‘notes’ and there are three stages; top note, middle note, and bottom note.
Top note: It is the first fragrance taken when the perfume is squeezed and consists of the most volatile essences. It disappears within 2 to 5 minutes.
Middle note: Also called the “heart notes”, meaning the most important part. It is the part that determines the “theme” / “character” of the perfume. The most obvious form occurs when the issue is settled on the skin and its permanence is usually about 20 minutes.
Bottom note: This part is the expression of the true personality, permanence and success of the perfume. Its permanence depends on the concentration of perfume used (approximately 6 to 8 hours).
To obtain a successful product; There must be a harmonious transition between notes.
Spray by holding the bottle in an upright position.
Warning: Keep away from heat and direct sunlight. Do not spray into fire. Avoid contact with eyes. In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water. Keep out of reach of children.