The curious case of 1907.
For most shoppers, getting fancy-looking goods at low prices is a good enough reason to buy counterfeit products. But a knockoff is not always a great deal, especially when it comes to counterfeit perfume, because a fake fragrance gets absorbed into the skin. I am reading Luca Turin’s book and I spent some time thinking about chemistry in perfumery. Molecules (aroma-chemicals) became very popular in perfumes. Millions are crazy about them and they are in every perfume you can imagine, from Chanel, to Dior. But, how does our body processes molecules? How our skin and liver reacts to them?