Sampling, Storage, and Safety Tips

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Sampling Tips

The following tips will help you experience the scent to its fullest, and be able to decide which scent you like the most.

Avoiding olfactory fatigue

Smell only up to 5 samples at a time. You may want to inhale fresh coffee beans between sampling the fragrances, to refresh your olfactory sensitivity.

Smelling the perfumes from the vial first, to get your first impression

Keep in mind that the initial impression will fade quickly as the perfume interacts with your skin.

Using scent stripes or cards

You can apply a drop of perfume on a scent stripe, and note the different dry out stages, and compare the different scents. However, this will not tell you how the perfume will smell on your skin, just how it smells on paper.

Applying a small amount of the desired perfume on the pulse points of your clean wrist

Your wrist should not be previously scented. Let the scent develop on your skin for several hours. This way you will experience the dry out phase, and learn how the perfume interacts with your own personal body chemistry.

It is recommended that you wear only one perfume at a time on both wrists

This way you will experience the fragrance better.

Storing and Caring for Your Perfume

Perfumes are precious and volatile liquids. They should be kept under certain conditions in order to keep the scent lovely and fresh.

Opening Your Perfume

To open your perfume for the first time, gently twist the stopper counter-clockwise and pul it upwards.


When traveling, or if you like to carry your flacon with you in your purse, be sure to close the topper properly, by applying pressure downwards when closing the stopper, and than twisting slightly clockwise. Doing so will ensure that the flacon is properly sealed, and that no perfume will spill out or evaporate.

We also recommend you store your perfume either in its original box when traveling, or inside a little cushioned pouch.

Storing Your Perfume at Home

At home, your perfume should be stored in a dark, cool and dry area - away from heat, light and moisture. The ideal place would be inside a drawer or a closet.

The worst places in the house to store your perfumes would be the bathroom (steam and heat) and the kitchen (heat, steam and light). If your room is relatively dark, and you use up your fragrance ratehr fast, you may be able to get away with displaying the flacon on your dresser...

Perfume Safety Tips

Following these simple golden rules will ensure you are using perfumes safely and appropriately.

Safety Tips

a. Avoid contact with eyes.

b. Keep out of the reach of children and pets.

c. Do not swallow or take perfume internally!

d. Wear perfume by applying the fragrance onto pulse points behind ears and on wrists. If any sign of irritation occurs, stop use immediately.

e. Avoid wearing on areas that are exposed to the sun. Most of the citrus essetial oils present in almost all perfumes can become phototoxic (cause a rash or burning when the skin covered with this oil is exposed to the sun).

f. Keep samples away from heat and sunlight.

g. If you develop any allergic reactions, stop using the product immediately.

Important Note & Disclaimer Regarding Allergy

At Ayala Moriel Parfums we do our best to bring to you perfumes that are all natural and safe to wear. At the same time, it is impossible to predict allergic reactions in individuals to a specific ingredient or ingredient combination. Every person can develop an allergy to any number of ingredients in food, skincare or perfume, at any time. At Ayala Moriel we do everything we can to educate our customers about the proper use of our products.

Please follow the instructions above to wear the perfumes properly, and especially follow these simple and sensible steps to prevent allergic reaction:

Wear the perfumes only as instructed

(i.e. on your pulse points). These perfumes are highly concentrated and were not formulated to be worn on large areas of your skin or to be added to skin care products.

Be aware of the ingredients

If you know of any allergies you may have, please read the note list carefully for each perfume and make sure what you are allergic to is not in the perfume. For example: if you are allergic to wheat, do not use our Sahleb, Immortelle l'Amour or Purple Dress perfumes as they all contain wheat absolute. If you are allergic to chocolate, avoid our Roses et Chocolat, Guilt or Film Noir perfumes - the cacao absolute in these perfumes come from real cocoa beans and therefore may cause an allergic reaction if you are allergic to chocolate.

Contact Ayala Moriel with any questions about ingredients

If you are unsure about an ingredient, or want to make sure that you do not get an allergic reaction to a perfume - contact Ayala Moriel and we will be happy to clarify any uncertainties.

Test the perfume on a small area of skin

If you have allergic tendencies, please wear your perfumes with caution and test it on a small area of the skin first to make sure that the perfume is safe for regular use.


Ayala Moriel and Ayala Moriel Parfums assume no liability or responsibility to any physical conditions, including allergic reactions, that may occur as a result of direct or indirect use of our any of Ayala Moriel Parfums' products. It is the consumer's full responsibility to use our products properly and safely.

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