Have you ever noticed that in some areas of the body the perfume sets for a longer time and in others it just evaporates super fast? This happens because we have “pulsating points”, that is, areas of the body with greater blood circulation and that for this reason are able to intensify the perfume’s effect. And of course, below we tell you what these areas are. Check it out!

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The pulsating points of the body are: neck, wrists, elbow creases, behind the ears, and knees.

And there’s no need to overdo it when spraying the chosen perfume, okay? Determine the pulse points you prefer and spray only once or twice in each place, keeping a distance of about six inches from the bottle on the body. That way, the fragrance will be just right throughout the day.

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Also, do not rub the pulse point where you applied the fragrance. By doing so, you may end up altering the original scent of the perfume and it may even come off the skin faster. Spray the fragrance and let it dry naturally.

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Tip: to increase the durability of the fragrance on the skin, you can apply a body moisturizer (of the same fragrance or neutral) before applying the perfume.

Also, don’t spray the perfume right after getting out of the shower, as your body temperature is different and this can make the fragrance evaporate faster from the skin.

Curiosity: Brazil represents the second largest country in the world’s perfume market, behind only to the US.

Now tell me in the comments: what was the first perfume you ever wore and what is your current favorite?