Does spraying perfume have skin benefits?

We know the effect certain scents can have on your mood and mental health (lavender calms, citrus invigorates, musk attracts) but new research conducted by the Journal of Investigative Dermatology shows that some, sandalwood in particular, may have more measurable beauty benefits. Researchers have found that our skin has olfactory receptors similar to the nose and that exposure to the scent of sandalwood (synthetic in this case) leads to increased regenerative ability...

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