How to Use Perfume to Get What You Want
A subtle change in scent can help you influence people. Here, the fragrances to help you win in every situation
Why: Awkward office environment? Science says to use floral scents to create a positive, socially interactive environment. In a Rutgers University study, researchers found that those who entered a floral-scented room (versus a room lightly scented with either Chanel No. 5, Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder or non-scented air) were three times as likely to use happiness-related words when describing a life event. The study found that even non-detectable levels of scent can influence mood, so don't feel the need to douse yourself in eau de floral bouquet to get the good vibes flowing.
Where to find it: Katy Perry Spring Reign, Issey Miyake L'eau D'Issey City Blossom, Aqva Divina Bvlgari
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