Perfume refers to a mixture of fragrant essential oils and aroma compounds, fixatives, and solvents used to give the human body,, objects, and living spaces a pleasant smell.

Perfum e, or parfum, as it is sometimes called, is the most highly concentrated form of fragrance. It has the highest concentration of oils, with 20-50\% aromatic compounds, which makes it last longer than others, making it the purest and most expensive product of fragrance.

The word "perfume" is derived from the Latin "per fumum" which means "from smoke," stemming from the original perfume - incense.
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