Does Perfume Go Bad?


Perfume does go bad, if it is not properly stored or has completed its shell life. When perfume that has gone bad its original small is replaced by an acidic odour, or it appears darker and thicker. Perfumes made from natural essential oils tend to last longer compared to perfumes made from alcohols, perfume oils and water.
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