No matter how expensive your perfume may be, applying it the wrong way can only make it last for a couple of hours. Smelling nice can make us feel fresh and give our confidence a big boost. After all, who doesn’t want to bask in the aura of their fragrance? So, from storing your perfume correctly to applying it, these hacks will make the allure of your signature scent last all day.
Moisturize before spraying
Spraying on moisturized or damp skin helps the perfume last longer as the fragrances fuse with the surface. The best time to apply your favorite perfume is right after a shower. You can also use an unscented moisturizing lotion before use.
Catch the pulse
Applying perfumes on a pulsating vein is the most suggested hack for making a fragrance last longer. The surface of the skin is thinnest in these areas as well as the warmest. Consequently, this warmth makes the fragrance stay on for quite a while. Ideal areas for application include the wrists, elbows, behind the ears, and clavicles.
Avoid rubbing the wrists
Now that you’re aware of the pulse points, rubbing them against each other after spraying may feel intuitive. But this plan always backfires because the top notes fade away quicker than expected. Usually, a fruity or musky note is used as the initial fragrance that makes for a strong first impression.
Don’t keep perfumes in the bathroom
If your perfume bottles are constantly exposed to changes in heat, light, and humidity, the quality and intensity of the scent will break down. We recommend storing your bottles in a vanity box or any other cool and dry place in the house.
Layer the scents
This hack not only lets you create your custom scent but also helps it last longer. Try a few combinations on an applicator before deciding which one to use on your skin. Once you’ve found the right blend, spray the strongest fragrance first and then top it with a lighter one to make sure that the former doesn’t overpower the latter.
Spray your clothes too
The last and easiest hack to make perfumes last long is a light spray on your outfit. As the body’s natural oils accumulate on the surface throughout the day, the fragrance you apply to the skin will need an extra layer on your clothes.
Are tablets losing their consumer baseRead more
The year 2017 has not been any good for the tablet market in the first quarter of the year. An estimated number of 53 million tablets were sold around the world at the start of the year. During the same quarter, the sales of tablets fell by 20% from 66 million tablets. This data was collected by International Data Corporation.
The shipment dropped by 15.6% over the year reaching to 174.8 million devices. When asked about the massive drop, Ryan Reith, an IDC vice president, said that Tablets without a dedicated keyboard are losing their relevance among consumers across the world. Therefore, the sales were falling worldwide. The statement was given to the Fortune.
Reith further added that countries in the regions such as Africa, Middle East, Central and Eastern Europe still brings hope for being profitable tablet market. Analysts believe that fall in tablet sales is brought by increasing popularity of smartphones, lack of innovation in tablets and longer upgrade cycles.
No doubt, Apple is still leading the tablet market. Company’s iPad devices are selling well. But its sales are too affected by falling market trend in tablets, according to IDC. Apple’s tablet shipment decreased by 19% over the years to 13 million devices in the fourth quarter. Apple’s iPad Pro that comes with the physical keyboard too can’t become hit among consumers. Apple’s sales of every ten iPad include at least one iPad Pro.
The smartphone maker Samsung too experienced loss in its tablet sales. The company’s fourth quarter shipments dropped 11% to 8 million tablets. Online retail giant, Amazon was third biggest tablet sellers during the fourth quarter with 5.2 million tablet sales. The company is more focused on attracting consumers towards Prime Subscription than on selling tablets.
Huawei, the Chinese smartphone maker, shipped 3.2 million tablets during the fourth quarter. The sale increased by 44% over the years. The company has succeeded in reaching out to the consumer in Asian, Middle Eastern and European markets. Its popularity among tablet user can be attributed to embedded cellular connectivity found in its devices. In the U.S., the shipment of Huawei tablet was almost non-existence.
3 ways to make hospitals saferRead more
Diseases and illness thrive in a stressful, unhealthy environment; whereas all growth and recovery take place in a safe, caring zone. This fact is of prime importance for hospitals as it’s the place one needs to stay in, for treatment and recovery from an illness. Here are top ways to make hospitals safer.
- No more breeding infections
For making hospitals safer, it’s crucial that the hospital shouldn’t be a breeding ground for infections. HAI (hospital-acquired infections) can be prevented with a proper safety regime followed by the health care professionals by using sterilized medical equipment, clean masks, hand gloves, gowns and white coats. Also, care must be taken that the patient does not get infected due to contaminated bed sheets, food, water, and medications. Certain germs can survive up to 72 hours on common contaminated surfaces; hence, it is important to educate the cleaning staff to follow a stringent hygiene process including their own hand hygiene.
- Support of the latest equipment
If the hospital isn’t equipped with the latest technology, this renders the doctors incapable of diagnosing diseases, and this may create a list of problems for the patient. However, when the doctors have all the latest equipment, a hospital becomes a one-stop place for treating a host of diseases and the patients can rely on the hospital as well. Often, patients are left in a state of trauma at the end of surgery when the doctors, in the middle of an operation, are helpless as they don’t have the latest treatment devices to help their patients, which is the last thing hospitals would want.
- Build a good network
Treatment is only possible when a hospital has an excellent network of anesthetists, surgeons, etc. who can detect and cure the disease. It’s only possible if the hospital has kept a reliable team of experts that the patients can rely on for their treatment. Once a hospital can set up a team like this, they can come close to being a good hospital for sure.
Every hospital needs to follow all measures possible to make them safer for an overall treatment of its patients.
- No more breeding infections