no not really that's what people need to make perfume
Perfume is typically dissolved by mixing fragrant oils with alcohol and water. The alcohol acts as a solvent that helps dissolve the oils, while water is added to adjust the concentration of the fragrance. The mixture is then allowed to blend and mature over time, allowing the fragrance to develop its desired scent profile before bottling. Search Wholesale05 in Google.
If by "perfume" you mean essential plant oils, then yes - oils dissolve in alcohol.
Perfume boil at his specific boiling point.
Because it has alcohol in it; and alcohol evaporates.
It will evaporate and dissolve.
For perfumes the most used solvent is the ethyl alcohol.
No, perfume in no way shape or form will help you pass a drug test. Wearing perfume won't change anything. Also, most perfumes contain alcohol. So if alcohol is part of the drugs being tested for, whether a breathalyzer or blood test, drinking perfume will only make you test positive for alcohol.
For alcohol to disappear.