Have you noticed how the premium perfumes that are marketed everywhere go up in price every time they push out a new collection? What is this steady increase in price? Do the ingredients get more expensive every year? Does the process of creating these premium fragrances get costlier? It is none of that. The perfume industry suffers from incredibly high markups, especially on items that have gained popularity due to their pricey packaging or an endorsement from a celebrity. But are there any perfumes that can give you premium quality for a price that won’t leave a gaping hole in your wallet?
You most definitely can, but you have to look past the magazines and the Instagram pages of the celebrities that you follow. There are a myriad other options out there, many of which are not overpriced yet they are not being sold for a price ten times what it takes to make them. Similar to the popular Bleu de Chanel is the Citrus Ginger fragrance from Dossier. What makes this perfume unique is its premium scent in combination with its affordable price. It really delivers on its promise to make premium fragrances accessible to everyone. On top of that, you can layer it with another fragrance suggested by Dossier when you feel like you want to switch things up a little bit.
After all, what makes the difference between a “cheap” perfume and a premium perfume? If you ask anyone with some knowledge of the industry, they will tell you that premium fragrances often have a sort of scent layering where the scent of the perfume does not remain constant over its duration once you apply it. Instead, there are different scents that can be felt, sort of like an aftertaste and pricier perfumes have several layers of fragrance. Exactly what you can achieve by combining Dossier fragrances, for a fraction of the price and with the added bonus of being able to switch up the fragrance layers whenever you wish.