Perfume Definition Structure
A perfume is an aromatic composition whose natural ingredients - essences - and synthetic - organic products - are combined with each other in order to provide the sense of smell with suggestive and pleasant sensations.
The structure of the perfume is conditioned by the volatility of the components. The fresh sensations - top - are the first to be perceived, followed by the middle notes - heart - and, at the end, the base notes that confer dense and tenacious sensations.
"A fragrance will unleash memories and emotions within those who wear it..."