Where To Store Your Fragrances?

Fragrances should be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and heat sources. The ideal storage temperature is between 50-70°F (10-21°C), and the humidity level should be kept low, around 50%.

Here are a few tips on where to store fragrances:

– In a drawer or cabinet: Keep your fragrances in a drawer or cabinet that is away from direct sunlight, heat sources, and humidity. This will help protect the fragrance from changes in temperature and humidity.

– In the fridge: Putting your fragrances in the fridge can help to preserve them longer, as the low temperature and humidity will slow down the oxidation process.

– In a dark place: Exposure to light can cause fragrances to lose their potency. Store your fragrances in a dark place, such as a drawer or cabinet, to protect them from light.

It’s also important to keep fragrances away from other strong-smelling items, such as cleaning products or spices, as they can affect the scent of the fragrance.

It’s worth noting that some fragrances, especially natural perfumes, may not like to be stored in the fridge, you should check the information from the brand or the perfume expert to make sure.


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