So the snow has already threatened to flurry—or perhaps it’s already fluttering down where you are—which means you’re firmly in the winter-woolly mindset. Or at least you’ve started to wear socks again. You’ve also moved into a new fragrance: perhaps an eau-de-parfum version of your favourite summer floral, or a completely new spritz that’s rich and delicious and more in line with your want-to-sit-by-the-fireplace-all-evening head space.
Q: So how best to store those favourite warm-weather scents so they’re fresh for next spring?
A: Store them in the fridge. Yes, in the fridge. It will prolong the life of your scent, and it’s a great solution if you like to switch up your fragrance with the season, but keep your scent stockpile in tip-top shape.
Originally published on The Whale and the Rose