Seasonal perfume!! How does the season (summer, spring, winter, autumn) affect the smell of the scent on my skin?
As we said in the “The right skin perfume for making mode better” post, each individual has an alternate skin PH and leads an alternate way of life (sports, diet, smoking, drinking, and so on). This can suggest how your aroma smells on your skin, contrasting with another person or on a scented card.

best seasonal perfumes and how to tell the differences between them.

The season is also one of the most critical factors affecting your skin and how your perfume smells. You probably know that temperature has a significant impact on the way scent is perceived. Hot weather, for example, intensifies the fragrance notes, while cold climate makes it more difficult for them to evaporate. This makes it very important for you to make the right decision when choosing a perfume to wear in the different seasons.

And just like you won’t look your best if you wear your summer clothes in winter, wearing a perfume that’s more appropriate for a hot summer’s day on Christmas will most probably affect the smell of the fragrance on your skin negatively, showing a bad taste for people around you. Still, if you have a separate personally favorite perfume for each season, you’ll show both class and a sense of detail that will surely not go unnoticed, so you must know and choose well each type of fragrance suitable for its season.

Here are some tips for perfumes to wear in different seasons:

Spring perfumes

Fragrance family: greens

Spring is all about freshness, innocence, happiness, and blooms; it symbolizes a new and fresh start after a cold winter. It is a time when temperatures rise, and the degree of your good mood increases with them. Of course, that should inspire you to choose your perfume.
During this season, you’d want either fresh notes or floral. The perfume notes that go best with spring are crisp, light, and new – like mint, basil, orange blossom, etc.
Here are our picks for spring.



Fragrance family: floral

It’s sunny and warm, and people have a holiday, the season of ripe fruits, vacations, and hot weather. The city- and beach life is vibrant, and people socialize outdoors in nature.
Seawater, beaches, city walks, ice creams, picnics on the grass, long hot summer nights out. That’s what summer is all about.

Choose fresher and cooler fragrances to get the best contrast with the hot weather. During the summer, notes of fruits, berries, and flowers are perfect.
Summer perfumes should also be applied lightly as their scent is much more pungent due to the high temperatures.
Famous summer notes are bergamot, rose, jasmine, mimosa, orange blossoms, etc.

Here are our picks for summer:



Fragrance family: wood

Summertime is over, fall comes the cooler temperatures, and we finally have time to rest from all the summer’s activity. Leaves on the ground, a little bit colder outside, make us feel tranquility, allowing us to prepare for the colder weather ahead of us.
Leave the fresh summer colognes and go for warmer and more soothing aromas; wood notes make the best fragrance companion for men and women this season. More seductive scents are best during fall, making the notes that go best with our fall mood warm and musky, like patchouli, vetiver, sandalwood, amber, oakmoss, etc.

Here are our picks for fall:

12 best autumn perfumes and fragrances.


Fragrance family: oriental

winter is the perfumes’ favorite season. Why? Because the cold temperatures give all those delicate and sophisticated notes the time to express themselves fully. Winter is the time when you can let the perfume come out.

Since the skin is dry when cold, the perfume has fewer natural body oils to mix with. This results in shorter longevity and less intense scents. Thus, you should pick an Eau de Parfum (EdP) rather than a cologne.

The latter only contains 2-4% perfume oil, while EdP includes 15-20%. This makes a world of difference. A cologne typically lasts only a few hours, even less when your skin is dry.

When it’s cold, you’d want warm and crisp notes. Cedar, sandalwood, oakmoss, patchouli, vanilla, cinnamon, incense, amber, and cardamom are great notes for the upcoming winter.

Here are our picks for winter:

12 best WINTER perfumes and fragrance

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