Why it’s NOT worth buying counterfeits perfum

Coolingly low price, similar packaging, almost identical odour. Nothing, just take it! That is what many people think about, who are offered counterfeit perfumes of well-known brands. However, this is an unworthy game of candles. Not only are perfume fakes of a much lower quality than the originals, they can also be dangerous for your skin!

Unknown composition

Producers of branded perfumes, legally introduced to the Polish market, are obliged to inform about the composition of their products in detail. This allows you to easily capture the ingredient to which you are allergic. In the case of counterfeit products, this is completely different.

Half poverty, if the producer does not inform about the composition at all, or does it in a residual way. It is worse if the composition on the packaging does not completely correspond to the truth. This is a clear play on the health of the purchasers of such perfumes. The consequences of using counterfeit products can be really unpleasant.

If there is a sensitization reaction, you will at best lose money and spend a few days at home treating your rash. It may happen, however, that the ingredients of the fake will irritate your skin very much, which will end up in the need to visit a dermatologist and undergo tedious therapy. For example, dandruff or seborrhoea are the norm.

Ethical issues

Nobody likes to be stolen, so finally realize that when you buy fakes you simply steal from the original manufacturer. Of course, they are most often huge companies that trade billions of dollars a year. This does not change the fact, however, that conscious buying of counterfeits is morally reprehensible.

Counterfeit uneven

There are three types of counterfeit perfumes on the market:

Copies – they are very similar to the original and are difficult for a layperson to distinguish, even by smell. Such counterfeits are usually found in online auctions. The fragrance is almost identical to that of the original product, but the fragrance durability leaves a lot to be desired.

are very similar to the original and are difficult for a layperson to distinguish, even by smell. Such counterfeits are usually found in online auctions. The fragrance is almost identical to that of the original product, but the fragrance durability leaves a lot to be desired. Perfidious fakes – here we mean perfumes sold on bazaars, which have nothing to do with the original. They can be easily identified by their name, which is usually strongly inspired by the well-known brand, e.g. “Big Dutchman”, “Big Dutchman” or “Big Dutchman”: Aramani, Hugo Bosh or Versailles. Such a perfume should definitely be avoided, because nobody knows exactly what its composition is.

here we mean perfumes sold on bazaars, which have nothing to do with the original. They can be easily identified by their name, which is usually strongly inspired by the well-known brand, e.g. “Big Dutchman”, “Big Dutchman” or “Big Dutchman”: Aramani, Hugo Bosh or Versailles. Such a perfume should definitely be avoided, because nobody knows exactly what its composition is. Inspiration – perfumes inspired by the smells of well-known brands can be found most often in hypermarkets. They smell similar, but are much less durable.

How to avoid hitting a fake site?

First of all, use common sense. If you know that a perfume bottle of X brand costs 300 usd and someone offers you a purchase for 50 usd, then you have to guess that there is no game here. Suspecting a low price is always an alarm signal.

Besides, remember that perfumes are best bought in drugstores and in proven online shops with a good reputation. Avoid auction products, especially from bazaars.

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