Perfumery & Cosmetic Sciences

A perfume is made out of a combination of oils and alcohol. A bottle of perfume comprises either chemically produced or organically obtained aroma oils. After that, the oils are diluted with medical-grade alcohol that is skin-safe. Alcohol serves to retain these oils as well as aid in projection and silage. Perfumes are designed to be gentle on even the most delicate skin. Cosmetic perfumes are complicated blends of hundreds of components. They are used in almost all cosmetics, not just fragrances, but also non-perfumed cosmetics such as general toiletries, skin care, sunscreens and associated goods, hair care and related items, and decorative cosmetics.


  • Essential Oils and Aromatherapy
  • Fragrance Allergies and Sensitivities
  • Phthalates as Fragrance Ingredients
  • Chemical Diversity of Floral Scent
  • Human Olfactory Receptor Families and Their Odorants

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