Perfume - Making You Smell Good Since the 19th Century
Perfumes have been known to exist in some of the earliest human civilizations. The making of modern perfumes began in the late 19th century which allowed for the composition of perfumes with smells previously cannot be extracted solely from natural aromatics alone. From the records telling the history of fragrance making around the world, it is implied that it has been a great form of art and the creators of fragrances have always been popular and celebrated throughout for their secret formulas.
Smelling Good Nowadays
Perfumes today are often fashion "accessories" that are just tagged on to a collection or a current trend. The quick turnaround in the fashion industry has made the life cycles of perfumes shorter as well. Nowadays we have summer and winter "collections", as well as lighter and heavier versions of a scent. Some of these perfume brands bear the names of famous celebrities too.
Being no longer a privilege reserved for the rich alone, exquisite, beautifully scented perfumes are now extensively crafted in mass scales and sold at affordable prices to the general public. Buying perfumes online without having to smell them is quickly becoming a trend. This is made possible because modern perfumes are mostly composed with the much cheaper, man-made aromatic compounds and substances known as aroma chemicals.
What are Aroma Chemicals?
The aroma chemicals are made to mimic and replace some of the most expensive botanical oils and animal derived raw materials. They are also used to produce other beautiful odors that do not occur on nature, thereby extending the repertoire of pleasant odors perfume makers have easy access to.
Lazada Malaysia knows what fragrance you need to put on before you go for work, party or formal events. We offer you a wide range of fragrances from a large variety of brands with, of course, the best price in town. With our best prices in town and free nationwide shipping, we stand out as one of the best retailers of fragrances in Malaysia.