Pulse points are the best areas to apply the perfume. These are the points where the arteries are in the nearest vicinity. The circulation of blood all across the body enables the fragrance to be pumped up everywhere. Wrist portions are where you have a lot of pulse points.
Likewise, you have enough pulse points right behind the ear also. Just beneath the crook of the left and right arms alongside the knees and , the throat base, are excellent places to choose to spray or apply your perfume. In that way, they could be better effective to last long hours.
Special handling of the perfumes is sort of necessary. You can't keep them in places where there is exorbitant heat. Kitchen wardrobes, centralised heating units in the bed room, close to the windows, aren't suitable locations at all to shelve your perfume of any sort. There are 3 different kinds of notes that comprise any perfumes. The higher ones are the lighter ones that would last for a few minutes just after you spray or apply them onto your body.
The middle note will last still quite longer. The bottom ones are those notes that have the heaviest ingredients of the perfume. They might last for longer for even the entire day. It all just relies on the usefulness of the categorical product that you are using. These three layers are mixed in right proportion and will be intact all the time for the perfume to work.
When you're keeping the perfume bottle in a hot environment, the chemical composition of these basic notes of the perfume, disintegrates. It may lead to a nasty smell in the perfume eventually that may be used no more. It might occur with even the most expensive options of the perfumes that are generally available in the market. Preserving the perfumes in the right cool areas is of paramount importance.