The concept of perfume sampling is not a new idea – in fact its history goes back around a hundred years; but scent samples first became widely used when American women’s magazines started featuring them in the 1960s. However, at that time what you sniffed on the paper or card didn’t usually compare too accurately with how the perfume smelt in real life, as the composition of the sampling medium usually had some effect on the aroma of the scent. Contemporary sampling has come a long way since the days when you’d eagerly rip open a strip in a magazine and rub it onto your wrist.
Nowadays, with so many manufacturers competing at the perfume counter, a considerable amount of technical effort goes into making sure that fragrances smell as good as possible on a scent strip. To start with, there are several different grades of absorbent board to choose from; this is usually dependent on brand and budget. Perfumers will typically test several different types of board, evaluating their suitability by spraying them with, and dipping them into, the proposed scent, as well as using a roller to spread it around, noting the various effects on the fragrance. It’s important that the medium used for sampling is pH neutral to avoid cross-contamination. This may all seem slightly over the top, but manufacturers and retailers are well aware that how the perfume smells on these cards can have a major effect on a consumer’s purchase decision – crucial when a company has invested a huge amount of time, money and high quality ingredients in developing a new fragrance.
Regular material: White paper( if you have any special paper, please contact us, we have many samples)
Minimum Order Quantity of Customization: 10,000pcs
Paper sample: Free offer (15-20pcs)
Design: We have regular design for you chioce, and please offer your logo and content, we can make design draft to you. (We accept OEM)
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