A new study has found that a citrus scented perfume can really make your skin smell great.
The study of over 1,000 people showed that a lemony scent on the skin could be a “good thing” compared to a more subdued scent.
The study was conducted by a group of researchers from the University of Toronto and University of Nottingham in collaboration with the University’s Department of Dermatology and Hygiene.
They looked at the impact that a lemon scandale had on people’s skin in terms of smell.
The researchers found that people who had used lemon scands in the past had a 50% higher concentration of fragrance molecules in their skin compared to people who hadn’t.
This effect was also seen with facial oils, as people who were using facial oils had a 40% higher scent concentration in their face compared to those who were not.
A study conducted by the same team in 2014 also showed that the scent of a lemon scent could improve skin sensitivity and reduce the risk of skin cancer.
The scent of lemon scants also can also have a positive impact on the immune system, researchers say.
The perfume of lemon was found to be the most effective at helping people with asthma to have better asthma-fighting capabilities, and also to have a significant effect on the inflammatory response to the airway.
However, the study also noted that people are often less willing to try a new scent than they would a citrus scent.
“It’s really important to note that the results from this study are still preliminary and this study needs to be replicated with larger groups of people,” said Dr Andrew Kayser, who conducted the study with Dr Adrian O’Reilly from the Department of Hygiene and Environmental Medicine at the University.
The team also found that lemon scanders could also help people with diabetes, as well as reduce the chance of developing autoimmune diseases such as Hashimoto’s disease.
Dr O’Connor said: “The scent and skin benefits associated with lemon scanda are likely due to their strong aroma and citrusy smell, which make it suitable for a wide range of skin and hair care uses.”