There are a variety of answers as to where should you store fragrance so they last a long time.  Aficionados (or extremists) might store their bottles in temperature-controlled refrigerators like fine wines, but the average person needn’t go to such lengths.  Basically, avoid direct sunlight, humidity, and temperature changes.  Keep your fragrance out of the bathroom (hot showers over time can cause problems), and consider putting them in a cabinet or a desk drawer.

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  1. Maygan says:

    I am one of those fridge people. It’s a great conversation piece when I have guest.

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