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Parfum (fragrance)

*Also Called: Fragrance

Cosmetic / Ingestion Purposes:

Masking, Perfuming, Deodorant

Ingredient Analysis

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Parfum (fragrance)

What does it do? What is it used for? Read further to learn how Organna CBD uses this ingredient to compliment our product offerings.

in simple terms,

Although EWD rates Parfum at a 8 (Hazardous), Organna CBD only uses naturally derived Parfum molecules

How safe is 

Parfum (fragrance)

Parfum (fragrance) is rated a 8 of 10. This ingredient is considered hazardous. Organna only uses All-Natural ingredients in the formulation of our products.

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Let's dive a little deeper...

It's not difficult to guess what parfum is. Yes, that lovely smelling substance is often put into beauty products for its delightful aroma. Fragrance in the US and parfum in Europe refer to the ingredient list composed of 30 to 50 chemicals.

If your sensitive skin taught you to be selective of what goes on your face, then fragrance is not your best friend. With some perfumes containing as many as 200 ingredients, there's no way to know what's really in them. The fragrance is the number one reason for contact allergy to beauty products. 

Did you know that the word "perfume" comes from the Latin word "per fumum," which means "through smoke"? This reflects the historical use of fragrances in various cultures, where scents were often produced by burning aromatic materials.

Now, let's explore 10 potential benefits of using Parfum (fragrance):

Enhances Mood: Fragrances have the power to evoke emotions and enhance mood. A pleasant scent can lift your spirits, boost confidence, and create a positive atmosphere.

Personal Expression: Choosing a signature fragrance is a unique way to express your personality. Scents can be a subtle yet powerful form of self-expression and can leave a lasting impression.

Boosts Confidence: Wearing a favorite fragrance can boost confidence and make you feel more put together. The right scent can be a finishing touch to your personal style.

Aromatherapy Effects: Certain fragrances are known for their aromatherapy benefits. For example, lavender is often associated with relaxation, while citrus scents can be invigorating and uplifting.

Memorable Experiences: Scents have a strong connection to memory. A specific fragrance can become associated with particular experiences or people, creating lasting memories.

Social Impact: A well-chosen fragrance can positively influence social interactions. It can leave a memorable impression and even become a conversation starter.

Stress Reduction: Certain fragrances, such as those with lavender or chamomile notes, are believed to have stress-relieving properties. Inhaling a calming scent can help relax the mind.

Completes Personal Grooming: Fragrance is often the finishing touch to personal grooming routines. It adds a sensory layer to your overall appearance and grooming efforts.

Cultural Significance: Throughout history, different cultures have used fragrances in rituals, ceremonies, and religious practices. Fragrances can have cultural and spiritual significance.

Aesthetic Appeal: Perfume bottles and packaging often showcase artistic and aesthetic designs. The presentation of a fragrance can be as important as the scent itself, adding a touch of luxury and beauty to your vanity.

Additional Fun Facts:

Who first invented perfume?

Archaeologists in Cyprus have discovered some of the oldest perfumes known to exist, thought to be over 4000 years old. A cuneiform tablet from Mesopotamia, dating back more than 3000 years, identifies a woman named Tapputi-Belatekallim as the first recorded perfume maker.

What was perfume originally called?

The first modern perfume, made of scented oils blended in an alcohol solution, was made in 1370 at the command of Queen Elizabeth of Hungary and was known throughout Europe as Hungary Water.

Why was perfume originally invented?

Perfume usage goes back thousands of years, as examples of fragrances have been discovered in ancient Egypt, the Roman Empire, Mesopotamia and the Persian Empire. Perfumes were used for hygiene and cleanliness, as well as ceremonially and as a symbol of nobility.

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