Solid Perfume Usage Guide

Our solid perfume is alcohol-free and contains Shea Butter, Beeswax, Vitamin E and our secret blend of fragrances. 

Storage and Usage Guidelines

  1. Store in a Cool and Dry Place:

    • Solid perfumes are sensitive to heat and sunlight, so it's essential to store them in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight. Excessive heat can cause the perfume to melt or change its consistency, affecting its scent and longevity.

  2. Avoid Extreme Temperatures:

    • Avoid storing solid perfume in areas with extreme temperatures, such as near radiators, in the bathroom, or in your car during hot summers or freezing winters. Extreme temperatures can alter the fragrance and texture of the perfume.

  3. Keep Away from Moisture:

    • Moisture can cause solid perfumes to become mushy or lose their fragrance. To prevent this, store your solid perfume in a moisture-free environment.
    • Dry your hands before using the solid perfume.

  4. Apply on Pulse Points:

    • Solid perfumes are best applied on pulse points, such as the wrists, neck, behind the ears, or inside the elbows. These areas generate heat, helping to release and project the fragrance.

  5. Warm the Perfume:

    • Rub your finger gently on the surface of the solid perfume to warm it up slightly. The heat from your body will soften the perfume, making it easier to apply and release the fragrance.

  6. Blend and Layer:

    • Experiment with layering different solid perfumes to create your unique scent. You can also combine solid and liquid perfumes for a more complex and personalised fragrance.

  7. Re-seal the Container:

    • After each use, make sure to tightly close the lid to prevent the perfume from drying out or absorbing any unwanted odors.

      Discontinue use if irritation occurs. If irritation persist, consult a doctor. This product is for external use only.


Q1. What is solid perfume?

Solid perfume is a type of fragrance product that comes in a solid, wax-like form instead of the traditional liquid or spray form. It comes in a small compact or tin, making it easy to carry and convenient for touch-ups throughout the day.

Q2. How do I apply solid perfume?

Rub your finger gently over the surface of the solid perfume to warm it slightly. This helps soften the wax and releases the fragrance.

Apply on your desired pulse points, such as the wrists, neck, behind the ears, or inner elbows.

Q3. How should I store my solid perfume?

Store them in a cool, dry area away from direct sunlight, such as a drawer or cabinet. Avoid extreme temperature changes: Solid perfumes can melt or become brittle if exposed to extreme temperature fluctuations. Avoid leaving them in hot cars or near heaters, as well as freezing temperatures.

Q4. How long does solid perfume last?

Our solid perfumes tend to have a moderate lasting power, usually a few hours. However, you can reapply throughout the day to maintain the scent.

Q5. Can I travel with solid perfume?

Absolutely! One of the advantages of solid perfume is its travel-friendly nature. Its compact size and solid form make it convenient for carrying in your purse, pocket, or travel bag. Since it is not a liquid, you can easily take it on airplanes without any restrictions. (Check with your airlines if you are not sure about their restrictions)

Q6: Why does my solid perfume develop a rough surface?

The rough surface, often referred to as sweating or blooming, can occur when solid perfumes are exposed to extreme temperature variations. The melting and solidification of waxes and oils within the perfume can result in a grainy texture on the surface.

Q7: Can I still use the solid perfume if it has a rough surface? 

Absolutely! The rough surface is typically superficial, and the solid perfume remains perfectly safe to use. It's primarily a matter of personal preference and aesthetics.

Q8: How can I prevent my solid perfume from developing a rough surface? 

Remember to store your solid perfume in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and heat sources. Avoid placing in bathroom and car during summer and freezing winter. Maintaining a stable temperature helps preserve the texture and appearance of the perfume.

 Q9: How can I maintain the longevity of my solid perfume? 

To maintain the longevity of your solid perfume, always tightly close the lid after each use to prevent the perfume from drying out or absorbing unwanted odors. Additionally, store it in a cool and dry place to preserve its scent and texture.