Choosing a scent is a fascinating process. Many of us like going to our favorite perfume shop, trying out some perfumes, going home and feeling some enchanting notes on our bodies. It’s a great joy when a choice is successful, and we pleasantly rush back to the counter to indulge in buying. But what would you do if you didn’t like the smell?
When you don’t’ like the smell, you want to get rid of it as quickly as possible. But it pursues you everywhere and already seems that everything smells like that haunting fragrance. Can we remove a perfume scent from our skin? In fact, there are some tips:
Wipe the area where you sprayed perfume with spirits
This is probably one of the most well-known ways to remove odors. But you can hardly call it a universal method: not all smells can be removed in this way and the skin is dried out and irritated. Nevertheless, this is the first thing you can try. Vodka can do if there are no spirits. Moisten a cotton wool tampon and just wipe the area of the skin where the perfume was applied.
Deodorant and detergent
Do not be surprised, but such a strange combination works very well. First take a non-odorous deodorant and treat the skin area affected by the perfume. Then wash the skin with a detergent solution (it’s preferable if the detergent is also non-odorous).
Make a dense composition of soda and warm water. They need to be taken in equal amounts. Place the composition on the skin. Wait for 10 minutes and rinse with warm water (but not hot water!).
Vinegar (light) and olive oil
This is another recipe found in every kitchen. You need to make a mixture of vinegar and olive oil, wipe the skin area, wait for 10 minutes, then rinse with warm water and then with neutral soap.
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