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ScentChemistry

The other way of wearing scents! – Not with flowers, say it with fragrant molecules: Bees have an olfactory language; yet, odorants authentically evoke feelings and emotions in humans, too. Fragrant molecules can represent the attitudes, opinions and sentiments conveyed by their scents with strong symbolic power. Instead of sprayed on skin, these odorants can be worn in the form of molecular jewelry to convey their message; all the more elegant, and very stylish besides! … In addition, the items can be scented with the respective odorants, in fact they are intended to be: Making structural synesthesia an olfactory reality!
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