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Perfume storage advice | Perfume long storage

You may be familiar with it. You bought a perfume a year ago, but you haven't worn it much. You decide you want to do that now. You spray the perfume on, but it smells dirty and very different from when you bought it. How can this be?

If you have perfume for a long time it will start to oxidize. This is perfectly normal. There are circumstances in which this can be accelerated or delayed. You obviously want your perfume to stay "good" as long as possible. In this blog, I'm going to explain to you the best way to do that. If you want to properly store your perfume, it is first good to know which elements have a bad influence on the quality of your perfume. These are:

  • Heat
  • Sunlight
  • Temperature fluctuations
  • Oxygen

So it is wise to expose your perfume to this as little as possible.

Heat Avoidance is a must when storing a perfume long and well. Perfect places for this are a basement or in the refrigerator. But if you don't have a cellar at your disposal and you don't like the refrigerator, you can also store it in a dark cabinet that is in a cool place.

Sunlight avoidance sounds very easy yet this is something that often goes wrong. As long as you always put your perfume back in the same dark place there is nothing wrong.

Temperature fluctuations you often have in a bathroom. This is also the very reason why we do not recommend storing your perfume here.

Oxygen can be avoided by making sure your perfume bottle is tightly closed.

The tips above only describe how best to store perfume at home. But you also want to take your perfume with you. Which is perfect for that:

TP Travelspray is a perfume that you can easily carry with you in your bag. Also if you want to take perfume with you, you should make sure that its elements remained avoided as much as possible. Do not leave your perfume in the car as it can get quite hot. The TP spray has an aluminum sleeve to avoid sunlight.