Re: perfume eating skin - a myth?
I'd just like to say anosmia probably wouldn't be a factor,
being anosmic means not being able to smell it in the first place, not over a period of time. Someone who believes fragrances does not last on them, is not anosmic- because if they compare the perfumes on their skin to someone else's skin and realize it lasts longer on their skin- that rules out anosmia. I'm anosmic to Coco Mademoiselle. As popular as Coco Mademoiselle is- I've never ever ever smelled it on another person. I literally can't, it just does not register in my brain. Have no idea how long it lasts lol it's like spraying water on my skin. Losing the ability to smell a fragrance over a period of time would mean olfactory fatigue, but that wouldn't happen with a lot of fragrances every single time I don't think.
Last edited by chanelnumerocinq (2013-02-04 20:56:34)