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The intensity and longevity of perfume are based on the concentration, intensity, and longevity of the aromatic compounds used. As the percentage of aromatic compounds increases, so does the intensity and longevity of the scent create. Please keep it in mind that the longevity of Fragrances changes due to variation of ingredients, year of production, the origin of the item, different body types, and the different reaction of the chemical nature of scent on each body.
Perfumes do not like staying around on dry skin. Oilier skin tends to retain fragrances better. Natural oils of your skin form stronger bonds with the essentials oil and synthetic molecules in the fragrance. One way to improve longevity in the case of dry skin is to make it oilier.
We often determine the longevity of perfume by how long we can smell it. This way of determining the longevity of a fragrance has little to do with its chemical properties and a lot more to do with our ability to smell. After our noses are exposed to a scent, our smell receptors stop registering it. so that they can pick up new different smells. Just because we cannot smell a fragrance anymore, it does not mean it is not there and noticeable to others.
In simple words, the smell molecules fall into two categories, simple and complex. The structure of the simple molecules is simple and therefore when exposed to air they break up quickly and disappear. Complex Molecules, on the other hand, take longer to break down and therefore last a lot longer on the skin.