You are going to a party or a wedding. You are all ready and set to go. You comb your hair and smell your perfume by applying it on your wrist; but upon smelling the smell you realize that the smell is too strong and it hurts your nose. You give yourself a second thought that “This might irritate people sitting beside me”.
Perfumes are an essential part of your attire. It gives you the everyday confidence you need. Every time you are to meet someone it is essential to wear perfumes as it leaves a firm first impression.
But with there being numerous perfume types in the market, it can be a mind-numbing task to buy one. There are many things to take into consideration before buying a perfume. Below are some insights about different types of perfumes.
Nowadays, many perfume-making brands add alcohol (often referred to as ethanol) to perfumes to break down the mixtures. Ethanol is used in many industries as a drying agent. In perfumes when it dries it takes away the fragrance with it leaving only the alcoholic smell. This in turn overpowers the actual fragrance of the perfume itself making the smell quite overwhelming for some people.
Furthermore, it can also trigger asthma attacks and cause congestion for people with allergy and also cause dryness and cracking if applied on the skin. To add on, its immense smell can even cause headaches and nausea.
In Islam, the usage of such perfumes is prohibited and is considered “Haram”.
On the contrary of Alcoholic perfumes are Halal perfumes which does not contain any form of alcohol. Halal perfumes are manufactured from 100% pure ingredients making their scent everlasting and easier on your nose.
Halal perfumes can be used freely by the Muslim population without any hesitation.
Legendary is the most selling Halal perfume brand in Malaysia with its vast majority of halal perfume collection ranging from pure scents like orchid perfume to flora perfumes.
Legendary’s orchid perfume and flora perfume collections are 100% alcohol-free so it does not disturb your respiratory system and does not cause any sort of damage to your skin and is completely harmless.
So next time when you are in a shop making the checkout consider these few things before actually buying a perfume so that you don’t face any kind of problems regarding the comfort of both yourself and the people surrounding you.