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The word perfume derives from the Latin perfumare, meaning "to smoke through". Perfumery, as the art of making perfumes, began in ancient Mesopotamia, Egypt, the Indus Valley Civilization and maybe Ancient China. It was further refined by the Romans and the Arabs.
In the 9th century the Arab chemist Al-Kindi (Alkindus) wrote the Book of the Chemistry of Perfume and Distillations, which contained more than a hundred recipes for fragrant oils, salves, aromatic waters, and substitutes or imitations of costly drugs.
You probably ask yourself why you should choose perfume as a present if you can buy virtually anything. Well, there are many worthy reasons why perfumes are a great gift. First, fragrances are versatile. You can apply them on your skin or clothes, add freshness to bedding, and even enhance a special microclimate at home with their help. Secondly, scents always evoke emotions. Finally, perfume is a way to show your care and affection. Odor will be sensed all day long meaning that a person who received it will think about you ceaselessly.
Last but not least. Fragrances are special. After all, we don’t buy perfumes every day. Beautifully packaged, in an elegant bottle, the spot-on the scent will let your other half understand that he or she holds a special place in your heart.