What Is A Fragrance Decant And Why You Should Try It

How to decant a fragrance

What is a decanted fragrance?

A decant is defined as the act of pouring or transferring of liquid from one vessel to another. A fragrance decant is the process where perfume or cologne is transferred from its original design house bottle into a sterile sample container. MyPerfumeSamples uses only sterile and aseptic techniques when creating your sample.

What are the advantages of a decant?

Decants allow for consumers to try a variety of genuine fragrances at an affordable price. Our vast selection of perfumes & colognes is continually expanding to help everyone find just the right scent. Whether you’re a seasoned traveler in need of a few sample sized items to travel with, an avid fragrance collector, or someone just starting to indulge in the world of fragrances, we guarantee to exceed your expectations in the world of decants.

Other uses for decants?

Once you take a dip into the world of fragrance, you will see that there are many uses for decants. They can be used easily for perfume swapping with other perfumers, bottle splits, or just sharing a fragrance with your friends and family. MyPerfumeSamples does sell empty sample containers and kits for you to create your own decants. Try one of our starter kits for only $5.99 here.

Stay tuned for future posts on Perfume Swapping and Bottle Splits!

 

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