Applying perfume oils

Our roller bottles provide you with the precision to apply our fragrance oils directly to your pulse points, ensuring long-lasting effects compared to sprayed perfumes that may disperse into the air.

One of the benefits of using our roller bottles is the ability to apply your chosen scent discreetly, making it detectable only to those in close proximity. This makes it an ideal choice for wearing fragrances in an office setting and hospitals. 

Application Steps

Step 1: Apply perfume oil to clean, dry skin. Ideally, do this right after a shower when your skin is at its cleanest and most receptive to fragrance.

Step 2: Gently unscrew the cap of the perfume oil bottle. Be cautious not to spill or waste any oil.

Step 3: Simply roll it directly onto your pulse points. Apply gentle pressure and swipe the rollerball over your skin. Avoid rubbing your wrists together. This can break down the fragrance molecules and cause the scent to fade more quickly.. Common pulse points include:

  • Wrists: A classic choice, as your arms are constantly in motion, giving your fragrance a sense of dynamic presence.
  • Behind Ears / Neck: Applying oil here allows for a gradual diffusion of the scent as you move about.
  • Collar Bones: A strategic spot for creating an intimate aura with your chosen fragrance.
  • Inner Elbows: This location helps subtly mask the scent in the crooks of your arms, making it ideal for longer-lasting diffusion. It's a perfect choice for work, especially if you need to wash your hands frequently.
  • Behind Knees: This area promotes a gradual release of the scent throughout the day. The warmth and softness behind your knees enhance the projection of the fragrance, making it particularly suitable for the summer season. It ensures your chosen fragrance emanates with each leg movement.

Step 4: Don't Overdo It. Less is often more with perfume oils as perfume oils are potent, and a little goes a long way. Start with a small amount, as over-application can lead to olfactory fatigue, where you become desensitized to the scent.

Step 5: Let the perfume oil settle and blend with your skin's natural scent. This can take a few minutes, so be patient.

Step 6: Now that you've applied the perfume oil, enjoy the long-lasting, personal fragrance that it provides throughout the day.

Step 7: Perfume oils tend to last longer than alcohol-based fragrances. If the scent fades, feel free to reapply later in the day.

Step 8: After applying the perfume oil, securely recap the bottle to prevent spills and maintain the oil's freshness.


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