It's not as bad as sunlight. Far, far better. If the fragrance is close to the bulb, it *can* affect the fragrance - there is *no* doubt about that. The dyes in fragrance bottles in stores will discolor rapidly due to the fluroescent lighting in the shelving and in the ambient store lighting (which is usually rather bright). You can rest assured that some minor photochemistry is going on. But a couple of hours of interior light and darkness the rest of the time is not a bit deal, IMO. And if it's in boxes, even better.
One SA many years ago told me about light and fragrance. He suggested cutting out the bottoms of the boxes and using these to cover the fragrances on my counter. It worked great for years. I have a 25+ year-old bottle of Polo that smells excellent, and spent about 20 of those years out on the counter in a room with sunlight, being merely covered with the outer shell of the box.