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Pina Colada Anyone?
A tropical breeze, sandy beaches and ocean views come to mind when you hear the term Pina Colada. But what does this have to do with the sweet smell of a beautiful perfume or fragrance? Everything!
How To Start A Fragrance Business
Have you ever thought of yourself as someone, that sells fragrances? Itís highly possible, you know. To find out how you might get started ...Read On
Aromatherapy-Balancing and Uplifting
In a world where fragrance and aromas rule our space, most of us donít even acknowledge their presence. Does Aromatherapy bring balance to your mind, uplift your spirit and personal space?
Do You Have An Emotional Connection With Perfume?
Did you know that the key to the emotional connection that you have with fragrance can be attributed to the scent? Learn more as you read on ...
Fragrance - Making a Connection Through Color
Have you ever walked into the beauty isles, looked at the shelves and thought to yourself, I see color everywhere? Probably! But what does this color represent to you? To find out about color and fragrance, read on.
How To Incorporate Essential Oils Into Your Lives
Everyday your world is full of aromatic blends but are they natural? Learn how essential oils are incorporated into your life on a daily basis.
The Art and Science of Scent and Smell
Whether you consider the making of perfume to be an art or a science, it is truly used as an aphrodisiac. Did you know that one of the most intriguing areas of scent research delves into how an aroma can trigger the emotional and sexual reactions in humans?
Using Infused Oils as Perfume
Have you ever worn an infused oil as a perfume blend? Didn't know you could? Learn more about infused oils and how they are used in perfume and aromatherapy. You just might become the creator of a next new perfume scent!
The History of Perfume
Americans spend over $5 billion each year on perfume products, and people worldwide spend a whopping $25.5 billion. Americans must really want to smell good! But where did this product called Perfume come from? Who's credited with being the first perfume maker?
Hydrosols - A Gift From Nature?
Have you ever heard of hydrosols? They're commonly referred to as flower waters and are also known as cousins to essential oils. Learn more about their beauty and use as you read this article.
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