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    Default Does this really refresh a fragrance?

    i was on the mens healh website and looking at the cologne section. on one of the pages at the bottom there was a tip saying, putting fragrances in a fridge makes them more ''refreshing''. what do you think this means and do any of you use this method? thanks for your help.

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    Default Re: Does this really refresh a fragrance?

    It just means it makes them colder, and thus more "refreshing" in hot/humid weather.
    It does not refer to "resurrecting" an expired fragrance.

    In fact, it is common practice with many BN'ers to keep all their fragrances under refrigeration.

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    Default Re: Does this really refresh a fragrance?

    Many people here do since the weather is always warm. But I've never done that.

    For certain, it will give you a cooling effect, but I don't think such a feeling would last long. So wait to hear others' opinions. I'm curious about this too.
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    Default Re: Does this really refresh a fragrance?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dimitri View Post
    It just means it makes them colder, and thus more "refreshing" in hot/humid weather.
    It does not refer to "resurrecting" an expired fragrance.

    In fact, it is common practice with many BN'ers to keep all their fragrances under refrigeration.
    Yep, that is it[/THREAD]

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    Default Re: Does this really refresh a fragrance?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dimitri View Post
    It just means it makes them colder, and thus more "refreshing" in hot/humid weather.
    It does not refer to "resurrecting" an expired fragrance.

    In fact, it is common practice with many BN'ers to keep all their fragrances under refrigeration.
    Thus why I feel the whole Cool Water Freeze Men release is a bunch of bull.

    Cool Water and its spin offs are OK but that's just pushing it.

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