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    Perfume on skin or clothes?

    Ohh...this is an age old battle.
    perfume on skin, anyday...

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    I apply it on both.
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    Only on my body. I have roll on perfume. I apply it to my wrists, crook of my elbow, neck area, between my chesticles and behind my knees.

    I find that my roll on perfume oils absorb in my skin better than alcohol based spray ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gymrat View Post
    I apply it on both.
    ^^ same here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gymrat View Post
    I apply it on both.
    AGREE

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    i apply it on my skin. very lightly. i have the chemical balance to hold the scent all day. if i overdo it with perfume i have to wash again.

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    I too apply on both!

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    I love it in my hair... love when I wake up in the am and it smells like flowerbomb.

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    I apply on both my skin and clothing.
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    If the perfume is predominantly alcohol (most are) then should only be applied to skin that isnt exposed to sunlight - the alcohol causes hyper pigmentation - big brown marks. So avoid neck and decollete .

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