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Alexandria Fragrances...
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01-21-2022 11:27 PM

(01-21-2022 11:19 PM)Snoopyace Wrote:  I don't think it'd be a problem to decant and dilute them. I read that the Attar version I got was supposed to have incredible performance but WHOA. I can wear one spray to the back of my neck and one to my torso under my shirt but only if I have half an hour to dry down before I even think about joining humanity. Even then, it's POTENT. I still get a little asthmatic from it, though.

I too ordered Bleu de Dua attar. I'll probably try dilute the decant I already have before the actual bottle shows up then since the asthmatic breathing and sporadic coughing it causes is a bit much for me. I couldn't even imagine using 2 sprays of it at the attar strength.
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01-22-2022 1:29 AM

Thought I would share an interesting article on scent maceration from Fragrantica.

https://www.fragrantica.com/news/Dear-Fr...13086.html

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