If you think perfume’s only place is behind the wrist or ear, take another sniff at that drink you just ordered. Scents are starting to show up in martinis, margaritas and much fancier concoctions, thanks in large part to Mandy Aftel, a former psychotherapist who now makes edible and potable perfumes.
1) Avoid wearing Eau de Parfum in the neck area as the combination of the sun and alcohol causes unwanted pigmentation. Many perfumes include citrus as an ingredient. They are photo toxic which also contributes to excessive pigmentation. Rather apply your perfume on other pulse points such as the cleavage, wrists and behind the knees.