Throughout history, Singapore perfumes and fragrances have been lively sites of trade in aromatics. Perfumes were traded across the “Silk Road” – an energetic network of trade routes that made our country’s aromas known to the West. Agarwood was exported along this route and became incredibly valued as the wood with a lasting smell. The importance of Perfume Singapore and aromatics lingers to this very day. It is evident that perfumes ground us, it also heightens our emotions and feelings. The connection between smell and emotion is equally evocative. In the realm of perfumes, scent most definitely carried an impact with our ancestors as well as people of today.
Of Course, most of the fragrances now available are almost skin-friendly but excessive usage on the skin can also cause severe damage. As a common fact, one should not immediately smell the fragrance after applying it to the skin, a minimum of 20-30 seconds delay should be there after applying it to the skin. One important thing to notice is that applying perfume anywhere would not serve the cause. Application is essential to wearing perfume and ensuring the right areas are targeted is key.
It had and still has very deep rooted religious and historical importance, in both Hindu and Buddhist literature, and was regarded as an item of luxury. Singapore aromatics like agarwood, musk and sandalwood were traded worldwide. Singapore in the ancient times was a major contender in the global arena, the fragrances of its vast, expansive land taken into homes across the world.