Deutsch: Riechstoff / Italiano: Aromatizzante
An aroma compound, also known as odorant, aroma, fragrance or flavor, is a chemical compound that has a smell or odor. A chemical compound has a smell or odor when it is sufficiently volatile to be transported to the olfactory system in the upper part of the nose.

In the fashion context, "fragrance" refers to a scented liquid that is applied to the body, typically on the wrists, neck, or chest, to provide a pleasant smell. Fragrances are often used as a finishing touch to an outfit, and can also be used to evoke a particular mood or feeling. Here are some examples of different types of fragrances:

  1. Perfume: A fragrance with a high concentration of essential oils, typically lasting for several hours and applied sparingly.

  2. Eau de Parfum: A fragrance with a lower concentration of essential oils than perfume, typically lasting for a few hours and applied more liberally.

  3. Eau de Toilette: A fragrance with a lower concentration of essential oils than eau de parfum, typically lasting for a few hours and applied more generously.

  4. Cologne: A fragrance with a lower concentration of essential oils than eau de toilette, typically applied more liberally and lasting for a shorter period of time.

Some similar concepts to fragrance in fashion include:

  1. Scented Body Lotion: A type of body lotion that contains a fragrance or essential oils, providing a subtle and long-lasting scent to the skin.

  2. Body Spray: A type of fragrance that is applied in a spray form, providing a lighter and more refreshing scent than traditional perfumes.

  3. Aromatherapy: The use of fragrances and essential oils to promote physical and mental well-being, often used in spa treatments or self-care rituals.

  4. Home Fragrance: The use of fragrances, such as candles or diffusers, to create a pleasant and inviting atmosphere in a home or other living space.

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