New Idea - - New Beauty -

Ever won­dered why oth­ers can smell your per­fume when you no longer can? Your nose can ac­tu­ally re­call mil­lions of scents, each one con­jur­ing up fond – and maybe not so fond – mem­o­ries. How­ever the mem­ory be­comes used to scents quite quickly, so you may smell your fra­grance when you first spritz it on, but once it is stored in your ol­fac­tory mem­ory, it dis­ap­pears quickly. Just like the smell in your own home, as a vis­i­tor enters, they will note new smells, but for your­self, you

won’t no­tice.

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