Many perfumes don’t have a hard-and-fast expiration date. Some will begin to expire in less than a year and others will last upwards of 10 years. However, three to five years is the average shelf life of a fragrance. According to experts, perfumes with heavier base notes will last the longest.
You can tell if your perfume has expired by simply checking for a number of key signs; scent – does it smell different, appearance – has the color changed and date – some perfumes may have an expiry date. Test How it smells – one of the most obvious ways to tell if your perfume has gone off is to smell it.
Tips to Make Your Perfume Last Longer
Keep Perfume Away from Light
Keep Perfume Away from Heat
Store Fragrance in a Closed Cupboard
Store Perfume in a Chill Place
Keep On Using It Until the Bottle Is Empty