Here are some reasons we think you’ll love our Solid Fragrances:
As the popularity of solid fragrance continues to grow, lots of people want to know the differences between the terms solid cologne, solid perfume, solid fragrance, wax cologne, hard cologne, and the like.
In most cases, all of these terms are used interchangeably. However, there is a reason that at Fulton & Roark we prefer to talk about our offerings as Solid Fragrance for two reasons.
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Modifying your subscription just became easier! You can now modify your subscription from your phone by subscribing to our SMS subscription management and texting us to +1 844-661-2392.
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Soap is made up of interesting little molecules that have a hydrophilic head, which means that it bonds with water, and a hydrophobic tail, which means it avoids water and instead looks for oils or lipids to bond with. When soap and water interact, the soap molecules arrange themselves with their hydrophobic tails tucked together while the water-loving heads of the molecules face outward, looking to bond with water. Meanwhile, many viruses and bacteria (including COVID-19, the HIV virus and hepatitis B) have lipid membranes, or outer walls.
When you wash your hands with soap and water, you’re spreading those tiny little soap molecules all over your hands. As you’re washing, the hydrophobic ends of the molecules wedge themselves into the membranes of viruses and bacteria, causing them to rupture and break apart.View full article →