History Of Perfume Development

The English "Perfume" of perfume is derived from Latin "Parfumare", meaning "penetrating smoke". As early as the 1500 B.C., Cleopatra VII was already bathed in 15 odorous perfumes. In her age, it was illegal to wear perfume in public places. But the first step of the European perfume industry actually started in sixteenth Century. When Catherine Demedici came to Paris from Italy, she was going to marry the king of France. By virtue of her noble status, she turned perfume into fashionable objects in Paris city. Suddenly, some people were fond of making gloves with perfume leather. At that time, people thought perfume was the best of Glass, and the French city prospered because of the perfume trade, and developed its perfume industry in a timely manner and became the perfume capital. In the seventeenth Century, the Louis Xiv era was the peak of French perfume and perfume industry. In this era, the facilities in Paris were very backward, there were no facilities for sewers, people did not have the habit of bathing, and the corners of the courtyards were usually convenient places. The ladies also used perfume to cover up the smell on their bodies. By the 18th century, the Italian Farina, who had emigrated to Cologne, Germany, had created the "Cologne Water" (cologne water) that swept across Europe for a while and completely changed people's lives.


During the battle of Napoleon, perfume was not monopolized by aristocrats. One day spent 12 kilograms of "Fa kno Er" perfume; ancient Egyptian kings soaked their own ships with perfume; Louis fifteen turned the palace into a fragrant palace of perfume. These are not enough to show the popularity of perfume, but this kind of consumption has pushed perfume to its opposite. The first time that perfume really helped all mankind was after World War I. Because of the war, the female population is higher than that of the male population, so there is a large market, and then comes the improvement of production technology. Better and cheaper perfume begins to appear. Designers such as Guerlain, Chanel, Dior and Saint Laurent introduce perfume into the fashion industry, laying the status of perfume today.


After the Second World War, the spice suppliers and the perfume producing countries were cut off. People began to intensify their efforts to develop new materials. At this time, perfume is not an ordinary commodity, but also a gift given on special occasions. In 1953, in 1953, with its amazing intuition, the company made a bifunctional perfume called "morning dew", which has become the daily necessities that any woman can buy. In 1980s, perfume suddenly changed from personal belongings to facade necessities. It was no longer a purely luxury product, but more like a lifestyle with a famous teacher's label. Perfume designers tried their best to create new and more glistening perfume products. In 1990s, perfume was becoming more and more mature. Various styles were emerging one after another. People no longer pursued the brand craze. The more important thing is the display of personality culture. It is the most prosperous 10 years of perfume.