Posted October 27, 2018 09:56:16 The word “feminine” is often thrown around as a synonym for “fancy” or “cool”.
But this term is not limited to the perfume industry.
A recent poll found that more than half of all women have used a feminine scent or product, and nearly 70% of women believe they smell more feminine than their male counterparts.
And these products are all made from petroleum, a key ingredient in perfumes.
So it’s not surprising that many women are finding that they can smell the difference between a product made from a woman’s body and a product created by a man.
It can even be a challenge to determine the exact ingredients in a product, as companies often use a mixture of different ingredients.
In this article, we’ll take a closer look at some of the ingredients and how they might be affected by gender.
What is a “femininity scent” and how does it work?
A fragrance is a blend of ingredients that, when combined, produce a scent that can be both masculine or feminine.
If you are wondering how fragrance works, it’s basically a blend between a lot of different chemicals, such as: alcohols and fats that make up the base of perfumes