How to Wear Fragrance in Paradise

Hey there lovely vacation-goers.

We've been thinking lately, what does "paradise" really mean to us? Well, the answer is easy: sitting on an amazing, tropical beach (in French Polynsia) with a warm breeze and — of course — wearing one of our perfumes from paradise. Maybe we would wear Vanille Coco for a creamy and nutty vibe, Aloha Tiare for a floral and sensual scent, Aqua Motu for a crisp oceanic-cool fragrance or Eau de Biarritz for an energetic citrus scent... to name just a few (for getting into the paradise spirit).

A big question remains, however.

How do you wear fragrance at the beach or pool? 

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We did some digging, and rather than burying your head in the sand,
we recommend you follow these steps to stay well-scented at the beach or by the pool:



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1. AVOID SPRAYING PERFUME DIRECTLY ONTO YOUR SKIN

Perfumes contain photosensitive ingredients like natural extracts, synthetic molecules, and alcohol which can harm the skin when exposed to the sun.

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2. INSTEAD, SPRAY YOUR FRAGRANCE ONTO YOUR BEACH ACCOUTREMENTS

We recommend you spritz your swimsuit, towel, cover-up, hat, and other extras. The scent will lodge itself into the fibers of these accoutrements and provide a beautiful sillage or scent trail in the breeze, and the scent will stick around for longer, too!


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3. GENTLY MIST YOUR HAIR WITH PERFUME

To get the perfect amount of scent in your hair without drying it out, we suggest you spray your perfume from far away so that a gentle mist falls onto your hair. The scent will stick around (at least until you go in the water), and you will get whiffs of scent whenever your hair is caught in the breeze.


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4. CHOOSE YOUR PERFECT BEACHY SCENT, AND ENJOY!

We recommend bestsellers: Vanille Abricot, Vanille Blackberry, Vanille Extreme, and Vanille Banane. Or, test out a few with a Layering Set!

Shop Fragrances  Build Your Layering Set

With love,
Your Pen Pal from Paradise

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