Monday, June 15, 2015

Perfume saleswoman bottles dead relatives' body odour to keep their memory alive!!!

A French company has come up with a novel way to keep people close to their departed loved ones by bottling their unique scent as a perfume.

Like many struggling to get over the death of a loved one, Katia Apalategui's mother held on to her late husband's pillowcase to keep the precious smell of the man she loved.

It inspired the 52-year-old insurance saleswoman to try and capture and preserve a person's individual scent so people would never have to long for a whiff of their loved one again.

She said: "This gave me the idea of of bottling a dead person's unique scent so that grieving relatives can keep their loved one's memory alive."

 Finally she contacted scientists at Le Havre university which has now developed a technique to reproduce the human smell. Full story...

Related posts:
  1. Vulva, the perfume that smells like ... vagina???
  2. The story of cosmetics...
  3. The woman who lost her sense of smell...
  4. Young boys' urine being sold as "health" product in China!!!

No comments:

Post a Comment