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How To Spot A Fake Fragrance

While it's more probable you'll come accross fake perfumes while shopping for perfumes, most shoppers are ignorant of how these fake fragrances found their way onto the shelves of most scent shops. Purchasing fake perfume can cause you to feel deceived and upset, however it can likewise be hurtful to your wellbeing. In any case, there are a few signs that will assist you with spotting even the most sophisticated knock-offs.

Check The Wrapping Of The Perfume

Genuine perfumes generally, have cellophane that is very thick and is folded accurately to fit the box of the perfume. Improper wrapped cellophane, then again, is an indication of fake perfume.

Check The Serial Number

For Authentic perfumes, the serial number indicated on the bottom of the bottle should match the the serial number on the bottom of the box as shown in the image above. Any mistmatch, is a sign of a counterfeit.

Check The Bottle Design

It is very important to check the bottle design of any perfume, before buying that perfume. High-end perfume bottles have flawless designs which distinguishes it from the other fake perfumes on the market.

Check The Colour Of The Perfume

Well known brands don't use loads of color in their perfumes.The color of original perfumes are usually pale.Any perfume with excess 'chemical' colour is a telltale sign of a counterfeit perfume.

Pay Attention To The Price

Prices of fake perfumes are far lower compared to the prices of high-end perfumes.

Pay Attention To The Labels And Inscriptions On The Box

Take a closer look at the gold circle. The arrow to the right must be darker than the arrow pointing to the left.Additionally, you can also check the manufacturer's website to see if the information provided on the box corresponds with what is provided on the packaging.Any mismatch is a telltale sign of a counterfeit.

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