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Are all perfume brands in Kapruka are originals ?

Yes. All brands in Kapruka are imported directly by us and comes with 100Pct authenticity.

What are the most popular perfumes in Sri Lanka

Sri Lankan perfume market is mostly driven by french brands.

Recent Questions for This Category

HOW CAN I MAKE MY PERFUME LAST LONGER ON MY SKIN?
All other things being equal, perfumes evaporate more rapidly from dry skin, so the best way to make fragrance last longer is to use a relatively heavy body lotion or cream. Some people like to buy the `matching` cream for their fragrance, but you can also use an unscented cream, or try petroleum jelly or jojoba oil. You might also try a light mist to your hair, which is said to hold scent longer than skin.
HOW LONG CAN I KEEP MY PERFUME?
Some industry experts say that perfume should be replaced every year, but properly stored, perfumes should last much longer. Most perfumes will keep several years, some will keep many more years than that.To store perfume properly, keep it away from heat and light. A dark closet or a covered box is best. Also avoid direct exposure to air. Splash bottles, which expose the fragrance to air every time they are opened, are problematic. Consider decanting into a smaller atomizer for regular use. If you apply perfume directly from a bottle stopper, wipe the stopper with a clean, lint free cloth before replacing it in the bottle.
WHAT ARE EAU DE TOILETTE, EAU DE PARFUM, ETC?
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WHAT ARE THE `FRAGRANCE FAMILIES`?
These are `aroma groupings` of related scents. There is more than one classification system in use, but many list 7 major families: Greens, Florals, Aldehydics, Chypre, Oriental, Fougère
WHAT ARE TOP, MIDDLE, AND BASE NOTES?
Top notes provide the first scent impression of a fragrance once it has been applied to the skin. They are usually lighter, more volatile aromas that evaporate readily. Their scent usually lingers for between 5 and 30 minutes. Middle notes, sometimes referred to as ?heart notes?, make up the body of the blend. They may be evident from the start, but will usually take 10-30 minutes to fully develop on the skin. They are the notes that classify the fragrance family (floral, oriental, chypre, etc, see below). Base Notes are those with the greatest molecular weight. They last the longest, and are also important as fixatives, that is, they help slow down the evaporation rates of the lighter notes, giving the fragrance holding power. Common base notes include oakmoss, patchouli, woods, musk and vanilla.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ESSENTIAL OIL AND PERFUME OIL?
Essential oils are volatile, fragrant liquids extracted from plant leaves, bark, wood, stems, flowers, seeds, buds, roots, resins and petals, usually through steam distillation. In other words, they are raw materials that can be used to create perfumes. They are highly concentrated and apart from a few exceptions, should not be used directly on the skin, although they can be diluted in a carrier oil, such as jojoba, for such use.Perfume oils are fragrance components, natural or synthetic, in an oily base rather than an alcohol base, and can be used directly on the skin.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PERFUME/SCENT/FRAGRANCE?
A Nothing. They are all words used to describe the wonderful world of smell, and the scented liquids (or balms) we apply to our bodies. Fragrance is in more common usage in the US, and throughout the perfume industry itself. Perfume comes from the Latin ?per fumum? which literally means through smoke. It originates from ancient times when people burned woods, resins and flowers as offerings to their gods ? and if you?d like to read much more about the fascinating history of fragrance.
WHY DO PERFUMES SMELL DIFFERENT ON DIFFERENT PEOPLE?
Your own body chemistry affects how different notes react on your skin. Anything that affects the `natural` smell of your skin, such as stress, hormonal changes, your current diet or medications, might change how a perfume smells on you.
WHY DOES MY PERFUME DISAPPEAR?
Unfortunately for some people, your body chemistry causes perfumes to evaporate more quickly from your skin. Perfumers would say that your skin throws off fragrance. Instead of lasting for some 3 to 4 hours, it disappears within an hour, sometimes shorter. The acidity of your skin is a possible culprit.