For many people it represents a way to express their personality, to enrich their beauty routine, sometimes to get noticed and stand out in the crowd. Yet, have you ever thought about how perfume is, above all, a way to relate to the world around us? Yes, perfume has a great influence on each of us and on the relationships we have, and it has been that way since Ancient Egypt, like when Cleopatra used scented essences to impress Mark Antony and consolidate, thus, her position on the throne.
Indeed, in addition to their primary function of “perfuming”, fragrances have secondary functions that have to do with identity and society. In other words, they have the power to determine people’s character and identity, even influencing their relationships within the social contexts in which they live. Is it true that an unpleasant smell automatically involves distancing from its source, be it an individual or a food?
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