Benefits to Using Synthetic Fragrances

Jul. 14, 2022

The world is an exciting place filled with a variety of colors and scents, from the calming scents of summer country meadows to the vibrant scents of spices in distant markets. However, the world is also a delicate organism, and the creation of natural perfumes requires a lot of natural resources to make them smell like heaven. But don't worry, there are alternatives in the form of lab-created synthetic fragrances.


What are synthetic fragrances?

Many of the greatest thinkers of all time wore white lab coats, Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking to name just a few, and of course, there are the great perfumers of our generation within this field. These perfumers work in laboratories, carefully combining different chemical ingredients to create fragrant perfumes for us. Simply put, synthetic fragrances are mixtures of chemicals that are combined together to produce a unique scent, such as rose or vanilla. The advantage of this is that a large number of different scent combinations can be created and experimented with, resulting in wonderful, never-before-smelled perfume blends.



There are many benefits to using synthetic fragrances, including scent performance, range of olfactory expression, flexibility, novelty, affordability, complexity, accessibility, longevity, environmental sustainability, and even safety.    

Great value for money

One of the main benefits of synthetic fragrances is that they can be produced on a large scale in the laboratory at a lower cost. This results in synthetic fragrances being less expensive than natural fragrances. Now what you do with the money you save is up to you, but we recommend using it to buy another perfume ......


Not only is it less expensive, but synthetic fragrances last longer than natural fragrances. Now you don't have to worry about your perfume fading during a stressful first date or an important meeting with your boss. It's a win-win situation, a more economically priced perfume that will allow you to make a longer-lasting impression on those around you.



The Typical Synthetic Chemicals in Fragrances

Ever wonder what compounds make synthetic perfumes smell like the real thing? Here are just a few examples of the different compounds used in synthetic fragrances


Geraniol is used in perfumes to create the signature scent of roses. So the next time you stop to smell a rose, you might actually smell geraniol.


Benzaldehyde has a slightly fruity scent and has also been compared to almond and cherry. It is a fragrance enigma, but don't be afraid to add the dessert sweetness of this scent to your life.


Eugenol is used to add spicy and floral notes to perfumes. It's time to channel the 90s and dust off your Union Jack dress because you're about to "spice up your life" with clove phenols.


Coumarin is a leader in the field of synthetic flavors. Coumarin can be used to add flavor to almonds, marzipan, and most prominently vanilla. However, when diluted hazelnut and tobacco notes are emitted. No wonder it has become a staple in men's fragrances.


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