I don’t think that it is possible to make the perfect perfume that appeals to all people because there are so many different smells that some people like and others dislike. Also using so many different chemicals that smell so different, cinnamon, chocolate, lemon extract, without considering how they will smell when added together or even how they may react. Real ‘noses’ use chemistry when making their perfumes to ensure that different chemicals won’t react adversely, but they also consider how the different smells will combine aromatically.
No, I don't believe it is possible to create a perfect purfume. I say this because people have all sorts of smells that they're attracted and not attracted to. Also one person may like the smell and another may not.
in my opinion, everyone has a different taste and not all population in the world can like only one perfume scent
I don't think so because everybody has different opinions on what smells good. (To some extent....).
In my opinion,we can not design the perfect perfume.People used natural flowers to make perfume.The sweet smell of flowers makes people feel relaxed,but the chemical one sometimes makes people feel sick. Also, there are some things, like amino acids that we must get from nature.
I don't think that this perfume is safe. Also humans are very subjective creatures so making something "perfect" by human hands is very unlikely. I think in my personal opinion that Blake Allen (listed as Blake A.) hit it right on the nose. What smells good to you may smell bad to someone else.
In my opinion, it is not possible to design a perfect perfume. The sense of smell is far too subjective. Unfortunately, what may smell nice to one may not smell nice to another.
Personally, I don't think it's possible to make a perfect perfume. The reason being is because everybody has their own personal preferences, not everybody is alike. Even if they were to mix together all the best smelling things on earth, there's always that chance that it will form a very weird and not so pleasant smell.
I think that it is not possible to design the perfect perfume. This is because there isn't anything objective that everyone likes the smell of. In addition I don't think these scientists will be able to do it because it seems as if they aren't taking into account how all the different chemicals will react.
I don't think a "perfect perfume" can be made because of the fact that everyone would have to like it in order for it to be perfect. People's sense of smell is probably as diverse as their tastes in food.
I don't think it is possible for someone to make a universally accepted perfume that everyone would think is the best. While it is true there are smells that most people dislike, likable smells seem much harder to argee upon. A favorite smell seems very subjective and it wouldn't be possible to appeal to everyone.
No, I don't believe that you can make a perfume that appeals to everyone since there are so many different opinions/wants. Also, using random components to make a perfume isn't exactly guaranteed to smell good, even though the certain contents might smell good on their own.
I don't think a perfect perfume can ever be created. Different people have different opinions on what they believe smells good. Trying to combine a bunch of different chemicals with certain odors that seem appealing to people just doesn't work. Chocolate, cinnamon, lemon, vanilla, and flowers individually are great, but throw them all together and our sense of smell is overwhelmed.
Interesting thought that our senses could be "overwhelmed" as you say. I agree.
Wow, that's really interesting! I feel like these guys are completely messing around though, as seen with the name, and I agree with Matilda, Blake, and Bunny that what smells "good" is subjective, so there is no perfect perfume. I thought it was pretty cool how each person put in their own idea of what would make a good perfume...from lemon, to red dye, to chocolate, to a ladybug's hormone?!...and it seemed that none of them knew what the others had put in! Maybe if they had known they were mixing lemon and cinnamon and a candy bar, they would have organized themselves better?
I do not think that someone can design the perfect perfume because everyone's chemical makeup is a little different. The perfect perfume would have to react individually to every person's distinct chemical makeup.
Making a perfume that will last all day would be a wonderful idea. But it was a little bit confusing when the first scientist put ladybug matting chemical into the bottle, because perfumes are for humans to smell good and to attract other humans not bugs. After all the scientists put there chemicals into the bottle I thought all the chemicals would react in a big mess.
Haha! Great point, Abena! Let's hope the lady bugs don't find us when we're all wearing the "perfect" perfume...
yeah. The "perfect perfume" depends heavily on opinion. For example, one thing could smell good to me but not to my friend.
I believe it is impossible to make the perfect perfume because everyone’s senses vary and so what some might find an appeasing smell, others might find disgusting. There is also the factor of allergies; perfumes contain ingredients which many are allergic too, such as the chocolate the man added. Because of variations in each person’s senses and the allergy factor which many perfumes tend to posses, it is near impossible to create the perfect perfume.
If by "perfect perfume" we mean a perfume that will be found most appealibg by everybody everywhere, then it is impossible to make a perfect perfume. This is because different people have different scents that they find most appealing. It is possible, however, to find a scent that is found strongly appealing by a majority of people.
Personally, I don't believe that scientists could possibly make the "perfect" perfume for humans due to the fact that each person has an individual personality, and may be attracted to drastically different scents than other people are. I suppose that a perfect perfume for certain species of animals could be developed because they act on instinct, and may have the exact same instincts to certain scents.
I think there is such a thing as the perfect perfume for each individual person. Each person in the video favored certain smells while others might object to it. I think that the opinion of smell of perfume is very subjective and that there cannot be an over all perfect perfume for everyone.
I don't think we can make the perfect perfume. Humans are all attracted to different smells that bring up nice memories for them. One person may like how one perfume smells but another might not just because of what the smell trigers. Also I know that i get tried of how one perfume smells so i will often change my perfumes just because I've gotten tried of one that I've been wearing to long. But just by combining different smells that one might find applying doesn't mean the end product will be as nice. In the video one of the guys used a cinnamon smelling chemical mixed with other chemicals, at the end of making his perfume you might not smell the cinnamon anymore and discover a smell that is much more unpleasant. So no we cannot design the perfect perfume.
The perfect perfume cannot be designed in my opinion. I say this because first, someone might think that a perfume smells great while another person thinks that it smells awful. Secondly, the maker of the "perfect perfume" is bias because they will put in what they personally think smells good or believe that others enjoy.
No, I do not think that the perfect perfume can be designed. The scents of perfumes are subjective to the buyer because everyone has their own opinion on what may appeal to smell nice or bad to them. This can compare to taste. The perfect dish cannot be made because just like smell taste buds form people’s opinions on whether they enjoy the meal of not.
I do not believe that there is a perfect perfume. Everyone has their own idea of what smells good and what doesn't. Even though there are certain smells that many people may find smell good, there may always be an exception.
No, I do not believe it is possible to design a perfume which appeals to everyone. I do believe however that some can appeal to the majority since, in some cases, society can say overall that a certain smell is nice, like flowers. Unfortunately, the perfect perfume can never exist though because each person has their own sensitivity to or association with a smell that cannot be universal because the sense is so subjective.
It is impossible to make the "perfect perfume." There is no universal smell that appeals to all human noses; for example: someone could like floral smells, whereas another could find that smell repulsive. Mixing different smells of what one perceives as "good" could have detrimental effects on the perfume.
It is not possible to create an objectively perfect perfume; although, it is possible to create a perfume that many people like. Everyone has different olfactory preferences; especially when you factor in the revised fragrance perfume takes on following the chemical reaction that ensues after skin contact.
I really don't think that people can design the perfect perfume, because as each person is different--having their own unique genetic, and above all other things, spiritual identities, different things appeal to them. The combination of chemicals that the "periodic videos" are trying to incorporate in the scents, might not be at all what people find pleasant, and as they mentioned in the video, perfume companies have "noses" who are specially trained to develop scents that are not only pleasant, but also targeted to please a wide variety of individuals in the public.
On a final note, the appearance of the perfume is also an important factor, the red dye use might stain the skin, or the clothing, and that is something that should be kept in mind. Picking perfumes can be a long process, as each person looks for something specific.
I personally do not think there can be one perfect perfume to please everyone, but everyone has a perfect perfume for them. Everyone's body chemistry reacts differently to scents. The only way there can be a perfect perfume if the scent changes on everyone.
I do not believe that a perfect perfume can be designed because of the difference in opinions of humans on what smells good and what does not. Also the difference in smells of everything added into the perfume in this video may cause a rather appalling smell. There is a reason why different people wear different perfumes and that is because of all those differences in smells between people.
I do not think you can make the "perfect" perfume, though you may be able to come close. "Perfect" seems to imply that everyone would love it, and no matter how lovely the smell, it's not possible for that to happen. You can combine a variety of smell and like the woman in the video, it could be a nice enough smell, however she still wouldn't have used it. The same goes for most perfumes, humans are simply too different oppinion wise.
In my opinion it's impossible to create a perfect perfume. Things that might smell good to some people, might not smell good to others. Also, some people are allergic to certain ingredients that are contained in certain perfumes, so not all perfumes work for everyone.
In my opinion, I don't think people can make the perfect perfume because people like different smells. The smell one person loves another person might hate. It all depends on the person and how they react to the smell.
I do not think there will ever be the "Perfect Perfume". There are too many smells and even colors to make the perfect combo to please everyone. Also, many pleasant smelling items don't mix well, such as the smell of dark chocolate and the smell of red Gatorade. There is just no possible way to make the perfect perfume.
I agree with Matilda, I don't think it's possible to make the perfect perfume. People have so many varying opinions regarding what does and what doesn't smell good that it would be impossible to create a perfume that appeals to everybody. In the same way that mixing every color of the rainbow creates brown, adding every single scent that is thought to smell good would have a negative effect.
I don't think it's possible to make a universally "perfect" perfume. Everyone prefers different scents, and it would be very difficult to blend them all together in such a way that they will all smell nice when combined.
To say something smells "good" is completely subjective, there is no firm definition of the perfect smell because it would differ from person to person. Therefore, it would be impossible to make the perfect perfume across the board. Also, in this video they use such a wide variety of scents and substances that it would most likely cause a less pleasurable smell because it is not certain which would turn people off from it.
In my opinion it is not possible to create the perfect perfume.There are so many different aspects that goes into what people like in a perfume along with how they decide which ones they buy like smell, of course, whether it bothers their noses, and maybe they could even be allergic to that specific type of perfume. Plus everyone has different opinions, there could be a group of people that like the same perfume based off the ingredients and smell but its not everyone.
I don't think it is possible to design the perfect perfume. What some people think smells great makes other people feel sick. There could be a perfume combining all the things in the world that smell nice into one amazing smell, but whether it is perfect or even good depends directly on the person smelling it and whether they like it.
There can never be a perfect perfume, because the smell would have to be completely subjective. Different people are attracted to different smells.
I don't think its possible to make a perfume that appeals to everyone because there are so many different "good smelling" perfumes, but not everyone agrees on what is the best. Different people like different smells more than others, as shown in the different flavors that each chemist put into the perfume, so it would be impossible to make one that appeals perfectly to all people.
The name of the perfume they made does sound cool though.
I think if there could be a "perfect perfume" it would consist of the smell of Chipotle. Who can resist the smell of Chipotle?
Hmm, ... You should market this. "Burrito No. 5?"
I don't think it's is possible because different perfumes smell different on different people, and what is appealing to some people might not be appealing to another.
I'm not sure if this is the right homework assignment, but in my opinion I don't think no one could ever create the perfect perfume because we all have different types of favor in smell, maybe a good majority will like the perfume but it wouldn't be called the Perfect Perfume. Plus with all the things they put in it, I'm sure someone will get an allergic reaction from it.
In my opinion, I don't think it is possible to make the perfect perfume. There are so many different opinions on what smells nice and what doesn't. Ladies that like flowery smells may not like the chocolate smells and vice versa. This goes for cologne as well.
No one can design the perfect perfume because we all use different perfume. We react to things differently, We smell things differently, like what one might find attractive might not be the same for other.
Initially, I thought, yeah, there can be a perfect perfume. But then as I started learning about all the different chemicals that you can put into a perfume and all the different smells I started doubting myself. For instance, I hate the smell of my mom's perfume, but she loves it and has been wearing it for years. I love the way Wonderstruck by Taylor Swift smells but my sister finds it nauseating. So i guess I was too quick to assume and just as everyone has a different sense of smell, there are different perfumes for everyone. One thing I am wicked curious about is if our sense of smell is genetic....
It is very unlikely because a good smell is so subjective it is impossible to develop something that attracts even people with different senses of what smells good.
Also, if one were to take a survey and find out what people found attractive and add it to a perfume the results would be unusable. It is implausible to even attempt it because it is wildly impracticle.
I really dont believe one could make a perfect perfume.This is because each and every one of us has different taste of what we really like and what we dont,maybe this perfume maybe liked by a total of 9 out of 10 people but there's always going to be that one person how's taste is going to be other.
I don't think there is no such thing as a perfect perfume. Because there is someone out there that is not gonna like this perfume.
I personally don't think any person could design the perfect perfume because everyone's tastes (smells?) are different. different people think different things smell good. For example, my brother can't stand my favorite perfume (though he might just be being a jerk, I'll never know).
Anyway, my answer is most likely not.
They couldn't make the perfect perfume because everybody has different preferences when it comes to what their own personal perfume smells like.
I agree with Matilta that it is impossible to make a perfect perfume that will be pleasing to everyone. There will always be someone who finds one or two of the smells in the perfume repulsive or overpowering. Like if something smelled slightly of chocolate, one person might think its amazing but another person who hates chocolate might find it sickening. I hope they do find a way to make a perfect perfume though.
It would take a lot of tries I guess, and a lot of determination. but I don't think it would be practical. everyone has their own preference. and most people are allergic to something to fine substances the no one is allergic to would be miracle!
I think a person can not be able to make the perfect perfume. When a person puts on a certain perfume it does no always smell the same due to the hormones and oil on the body. For example, if to people where to try on Mendeelev's Dream, the first person would smell like rose and the other would smell like tulips.
No, because no matter how hard a scientists tries who make perfumes, can't make it absolutely prefect, in any shape or form. lets think of it like this for example: a female goes to by some perfume at a local collage store of perfumes, and she is looking for a perfume that will make her attractive to a guy she might like, or likes, and she can't decide on which one she ones to buy. Now the reason for that is that there are sensative pores in her nostrals that can detect the slightest wave of scent that she inhales, and that scent that she smells, or inhales to see which one she wants to buy, is all processed in her part of the brain that signals to her other part of her five senses, that would be her eyes, and nose. Now this sense is happening so fast, at a rate just a bit faster then when she blinks her eyes shut. as a person grows older, and mature, so does that specific senses in her nostrals change slightly, but that slight change is all that is needed to confuse that female from deciding quickly on that perfume. That is why scientists make more than one perfume, and they know that what happens in a person's internal body senses changes as that person matures and grows up. Also notice how when you are with your mom next time at ulta, watch and pay close attention as how her body language changes as she smells different types of perfumes. Also think about how your own sense of smell changes or differs from that one month ago, when u picked out your good smelling perfume when you thought that it was the perfect one.
Now go back to that same store as when you bought that same perfume, and lets see if you notice the difference in your change of smell. Likely that you will pick up another different type of perfume and say that it smells better than the first one you bought last month ago.
I disagree cuz everyone has an opinion on what smells good.
I dont think that would work because every person has there on favorite smell. that is why the perfect perfume will never work.
I dont think a perfect perfume can be made because everyone has a preference to certain smells.
I think that there is no perfect perfume because it is subjective and everyone has their own personal preferance. Absolutely not. I disagree. Totally bogus. Bull. Dumb. Nope.
Not all people appeal to the same smell. Obviously, no one likes the smell of garbage that's been sitting in the heat and sun all summer but take the smell of an orange for example. I may really enjoy the smell of oranges but the person next to me may prefer the smell of lemon instead and dislike the smell of oranges. It's all personal preference, so no it is not possible to design the perfect perfume.
I don't see it as possible to create a "perfect" perfume simply because each person has different flavors in scents. For instance, some people like the smells of certain flowers and also can't stand some other scents.
If it were possible to design the perfect perfume, it would appeal to all, not just humans. The smell would even attract animals. I am not sure as to were the chemicals for this "perfect perfume" would even be found.
It's not possible to create what would be called the "perfect perfume," because our opinions on what smells good and what doesn't smell good are simply far too subjective. There may be some that come close to universal opinion, but even with a "chemically perfect" perfume as seen in the video, the smell as deemed by the woman who dyed it red was "not unpleasant," not perfect. There's no way one perfume will be deemed as perfect from everyone.
I disagree just because i think that everybody has an opinion on what perfume smells good. But it was cool, i think we can make perfume at home and sell it~ Maybe i can try some tuna, wet dog, morning breathe smell in there.~
and make people sick!!!!
I do not think that the perfect perfume can actualy be made since every person has a different smll that they like and it also shouldn't be possible to make a perfume that everyone likes.
In my opinion, it is impossible to make a "perfect" perfume that would appeal to everybody. This is mostly because the sense of smell is extremely subjective and what smells good to one person may smell horrible to another person. There is no scent that every single person can agree on.
No, I do not think it is possible to create the perfect perfume. The smell of a perfume is very subjective and depends on what the buyer believes is attractive. It is impossible to create a smell that all people find appealing and attractive.
From my point of view, I believe that it is impossible to construct a perfect perfume that captivates all human beings. Every person has their own opinion, what smells pleasing to you, may not smell pleasing to another.
I'm pretty sure it's impossible to make the perfect perfume because, as others have stated, it's impossible to find a smell universally accepted as a pleasant one. I have also heard that the same perfume can react differently to each person's skin, although i do not know if this is a fact. I do know, however, that when real perfume is made with many smells they do not all blend together. The scents are actually made to evaporate one at a time. The order in which the smells are listed on the bottle or box are the order in which they can be smelled.
It is an interesting notion of making the perfect perfume that appeals to all people, but I don't think it can be done. Not every person likes the same scents. Like in the video, they added vanilla and chocolate scents, I do not like the smell of vanilla and I don't think I would enjoy smelling like food, but other people may like that idea. So over all making the perfect perfume that fits all people's taste would be impossible.
(Ms. Burgess, I got it to work, I don't know how, but I did.)
I don't think that it's possible to create the perfect perfume because everyone has different preferences. Someone might think that vanilla smells good, while another person thinks it smells disgusting. I don't think it's possible for everyone to like the same thing.
No, peoples tastes in smells are different, some people actually don't like certain smells that others might find appetizing, and in order to make the "perfect" smell, it must be considered objectively perfect, which is impossible.
Personally, I don't think it's possible to create a "perfect" perfume because smells are subjective, differing from person to person. Some scents may appeal to some, while others don't find them pleasing at all.
While I don't think this video outlines the proper process for making the perfect perfume, I think it IS possible and in fact I believe these scientists are on the right track. To make this perfect perfume, one needs to incorporate generally pleasing scents and work to combine them appropriately. Also, it needs to be a perfect color and to last the perfect amount of time. These things are in my mind achievable and not so far-fetched.
Considering the vast difference in personal tastes, I dont think making a so called 'perfect perfume' is possible. First of all i think it is hard to satisfy all the people with just one certain fragrance. Second, i think that when all the different chemicals are mixed into one bottle, it would rather create an unpleasant or ambiguous scent. In other words, i dont think it would have a one major theme in it. Even though the perfume might be attractive, i dont think it would be perfect.
I think it is possible to make the perfect perfume for a specific person but not one that would be perfect for everyone. People have different likes and dislike when it comes to smells so there cant be a perfume perfect for everybody.
It is not possible to make the perfect perfume that appeals to everyone. Different people have different preferences on smells and whether they smell good or not. That being said, making the perfect perfume would be subjective. This means that making the perfect perfume is impossible.
No, everyone has differerent likes and dislikes. The lady in the video liked Boron when another man liked chocolate, those two are completely opposite from each other. The man that put in Citronellol said that that was very nostalgic to him, and enjoyed the zesty smell, not all people may like the smell of lemons as much as he does. Other people would choose ingredients that are nostalgic to them.
In my opinion the perfected perfume cannot be created because with our human senses the "cream of the crop" is always considered subjectively. What may be the best smelling perfume in the whole world to one person ma actually be quite revolting for the next. As seen in the video, the chemists each had something different in mind when they wanted to add the best smelling chemical, from chocolate to vanillin. Similarly, we each have a different scent that comes to our minds when asked what would the most perfect perfume smell like.
I think that it is impossible to create a perfume that smells good to everyone. Not everybody has the same idea of what smells nice and what doesn't. There can't be one universal smell that can be accepted by everyone.
I believe that we cannot make the perfect perfume chemically because the sense of smell is subjective. For example, in the video one man said that he put citronellal, which he said was like citrus, because the “molecule was quite nostalgic” for him; I, on the other hand, personally do not find the scent of citrus to be that appealing nor nostalgic considering that I tend to smell that very scent almost every lunch period at school. Furthermore in the video, another man noted that he put platinum in the perfume since it was “glamorous.” It is self-evident that throughout time the concept of glamour has constantly changed and therefore may not be liked by future generations. Lastly, my question is why would we bother trying to make the perfect perfume if we already have such diverse scents in nature that everyone can pick from as the best for them?
Everyone is different and don't like the same smells, things or ideas. So I doubt everyone will be pleased by this perfect perfume. So I don't think its a good idea.
I don't think a perfect perfume can be possible in that different people have different personal tastes in the types of perfumes there are. There is no way of having every single person like the perfume, because there will be some scent that one person will not like.
I don't think it is possible to make the perfect perfume. Because each person is attracted to different smells. Some people prefer a perfume that is more floral while others would rather have something more sweet. There can't very well be a single perfume that every person in the world prefers. That just isn't logical.
Like most everyone else has been saying, it would not be possible to create the "perfect perfume" per say. The reason being that everyone would have a different idea of what perfect would be. "Perfect Perfume" is such a general label that it would be impossible for anyone to agree on what would be perfect. Everyone has a different view of what would be "perfect" because it is such a subjective subject. There is no way that it would ever be possible. That is disregarding the fact that one could just be trying to make the perfect perfume for one special person. Then it would be a feasible task. Aside from that, I don't belive it possible. Also two scents seperate may smell good, but if you put them together it may smell less than desireable. Not to mention the results could be a ... let's say, ... explosive. Or possibly right down shocking. Heh heh. Get it? That's all.
I believe that a perfect perfume can be achieved. Going against the common theme of the comments i think that if a specific chemical mixture is achieved then it while appeal to people at a molecular level. this perfume may not have a distinct pleasant smell but it would effect everyones brain in a positive way which would in turn create a perfect perfume.
I don't think it is possible to create a perfect smell. People are diverse, and like food, everyone has their own idea of what they like. Plus people have different allergies. To create a perfect perfume it must be one that nobody is allergic to or it won't be perfect.
A "Perfect Perfume" seems plausible, but not possible. It is very improbable that everyone in the world would all like the same perfume. If it were possible, it would have already been created.
I don’t think it’s possible to create a perfume that everyone will like. Everyone has a different idea of what the perfect perfume is, so it is impossible to make something that fits everyone’s criteria. One person may like the scent of vanilla while the next person could be allergic to it. There are so many different scents that it is hard to even come close to the perfect perfume.
In my opinion, it is not possible to design the perfect perfume, because everybody has different smells that are appealing to them. What one person might think smells good to them, might not be a smell that is endearing to another person.
I don't think it's possible to create the "perfect perfume" because smell is mainly a subjective sense. What smells good to me may not smell good to the person next to me. I personally like a perfume that contains a sweet smell (cinnamon, vanilla, etc.), whereas another person might prefer the more stronger, almost bitter perfumes.
In my opinion, I don't think it's possible to make a perfume that would please everyone. Because everyone has different opinions on different smells, a perfume that would be perfect for someone, might smell terrible to someone else. In the video, each person added something that would smell good but that is only their opinion not an accepted truth.
I think that the "perfect perfume" is a completely subjective and circumstantial concept. It would, in theory, stimulate the production of endorphins which produce a feeling of happiness. Ideally, it could appeal to (a) specific reactant/s in the chemistry of a specific brain and would "complete" a void in the chemical makeup. This perfume is not universal, but is genetically detailed to each individual human being.
Hm. It's hard to say, on one of the spectrum I think it would take alot of testing to get the right perfume but as many people before said, not everyone likes the scent of one singular thing, so it would probably be worth it to see how to create one fragrance with many different other smells that attract to the majority of the population. For example one could not like smoking, but the musky, almost woody, taste of a smoked cigar in the air attracts to them. Whereas for another person, they like the smell of ice cream, but cannot eat it because they don't like the complete taste of it. After all, taste is 70% of your initial smell.
Good point about the close connection between sense of smell and taste!
I dont think it is truly possible for a 100% perfect perfume to be made due to how differently everyone's sense of smell is developed. For instance most people love the smell of freshly baked cookies but change that into the neutral smell of onions and there's a whole different reaction;some people like the smell, some don't.
In my opinion there is no perfume that could be scientifically put together to appeal to the complexity of every human nose. Human beings have way too many varying opinions when it comes to the uses of the senses. Maybe a smell could appeal to a majority of people but most definitely not the entirety.
I don't think that it is possible to make the perfect perfume because not everyone will like that certain smell. Also the fact that some people are allergic and are unable to use the "perfect perfume".
Honestly, having a "perfect perfume" is strictly a matter of opinion. What one might say is the "perfect" one may be the worst one to another. Because everyone's sense of smell is remotely different from everyone else (that's one of the things that sets apart from each other, our individuality) it is unlikely to create a perfume that will satisfy everyone. When we factor in a person's sensitivity and allergens, it is impossible that we can know which ingredients will not case a reaction in everyone.
In my opinion it is not possible to create the perfect perfume for everyone. I think it is possible to create a perfume for one paticular person, but to use the same perfume on everyone, no. This being because everyone has a certain body aroma. Everybody's natural body scent is different. So if you use the same perfume on everyone the overall smell would be different. It may smell good on one girl, but not as good on the other.
In my opinion it is impossible to make the perfect perfume because not everyone has a common ground of what is appealing and what is not. We are all attrracted to various types of things.
I think it depends on the purpose of the perfume to truly classify it as "perfect". For example if the perfume is designed to ward away insects, a perfect rating could probably be achieved depending on the level of insects repelled. In the sense of a body spray I do not think is possible to determine a perfect scent as everyone has different preferences.
Normal person cant make a perfect perfume, cause perfume is not like you gonna cook something with materials.
I believe that the scientists can create a perfume that will attract many people, but not everyone. Many people have different preferences and one little solution cannot satisfy the whole human body.
I know I commented already but I thought of something else... Even of two people wear the same exact perfume, they are still going to smell different because of the way the body reacts and upholds senses.
I think, the perfect perfume does not necessarily have to do with scents that we can necessarily "smell". The perfect perfume would be purely a use of pheremones that our nasal receptors can pick up, sending a message to our brain that that person is "attractive". If someone were to try to come up with a perfect perfume that we could actually smell, it would be nearly impossible because everyone has different smells that they perceive as pleasing.
I think that there is no such thing as the perfect perfume. Don't your think it would have been discovered yet. Also there is nothing on E Arthur that can overwhelm a person so much that that person would fall in love.
I do not think there is any way to make the perfect perfume since people have different opinions on what smells good.And even if you put a bunch of things that smell good in it that doesn't mean everyone would like it.there isn't anyway to make the perfect perfume and there never will be.
No, I think it is impossible to make the perfect perfume because of one simple rule. We are all made genetically and psychologically different. Genetically, because we might not like a certain smell just because we don't like how it smells with no real explanation. Psychologically, because we might have remembered A certain smell when something bad happened in our lifetime and when we smell that smell again it reminds us of the event. So I don't think it's possible, and besides that, it's not even worth it.
Hello! I could not find a recent blog subject for the Jan 10th 2014 assignment, so I'll comment on this Perfect Perfume question. Sorry.
I believe, because there are a vast amount of tastes and preferences when it comes to perfumes, creating the perfect perfume which all of humanity (past, present, and future; male and female; young and old) would love, is impossible. The standard of what smells good changes and evolves with each era, as does the opinions of a person as he/she ages. So to create a perfume perfect for everyone, anywhere and anytime, is highly impossible.
Well the fact that the girl said see wouldn't use it makes it not the perfect perfume, but I, going against the comments, do believe there is a perfect perfume. In this perfect perfume must be things that every single person finds beautiful, not attractive but beautiful. The elements going into these perfumes were based of smell, like a flowers or vanilla, but those aren't the most "nosey" things in the world. To create the world's greatest perfume a scientist must figure out what is the most beautiful, find its smell and put it in a bottle.
I do not think there is a perfect perfume. Everyone on earth smells a little different so I would not work on everyone. Also not all chemicals mix perfectly together so therefore there cannot be the perfect perfume.
I do not think it is possible to make the perfect perfume. Because God was such an amazing creator, He made each and every one of us very unique. That means humans are all attracted to different smells. If one were to put too many chemicals in a mixture, it would probably all clash and smell terrible.
In my opinion, making the perfect perfume would be next to impossible, seeing as though almost no two people could be appealed to with the same type of chemical (smell). Individual hygiene, personal body odor, and other practices could also present quite a difficult challenge in the making of the perfect perfume. This means that even if chemists could produce one perfume to please everyone, the effect could still be disrupted by the person's own hygiene and practices relating to this. Then it would also be extremely difficult to try and create one chemical that could complement everyone's personal habits, in order to counter their effect. I say that this is another great example of how God chose to make no two people the same. God bless you all.
It is not possible to make a "perfect perfume" because everyone has a different opinion on what they like. There is no guarantee everyone on earth will like it
My opinion is that you can't make a perfume that 100% of the world will like, some people like the smell of gasoline and others the smell of flowers you obviously can't combine those two and get a nice smell appealing to the two people. Moral of it is its probably impossible to make a perfect perfume.
I doubt they can really make a "perfect perfume" scent because, some people might think that differnt smells don't smell so good or that the scent might be too strong.
And mostly some people might have different opinions on how two or more scents smell combinded together and for what occasions the scents might be appropriate for.
I feel personally you can no make or create a perfect perfume, because everyone has a different sense of smell just as we all have a different taste for food and other things we like.
I dont think it is possible to create the perfect perfume because different people have all sorts of different natural bodily smells. Also, certain people are attracted to certain smells and dislike other smells. So, "the perfect perfume", in my opinion, could never be invented.
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