This is a question that’s been around for a while, and it’s no secret that people often prefer products with higher frequencies of consonants.
For example, many people like the fragrance-laden products of Aromatherapy and Giorgio Armani.
But a recent survey suggests that this preference is not as universal.
In fact, the highest frequency of consonant sounds in these products is only a little over one-half of one percent.
The study also revealed that people are less likely to use products with more consonant frequencies than other products.
So while we may be able to get our favorite flower cosmetics to sound more like their natural counterparts, we may also end up getting a bit of a headache if we buy a lot of products that sound like they’re made by a different company.
The study found that the frequency of vowels in the product is not always correlated with the product’s appearance.
“We found that products with consonant sound frequencies tended to have lower levels of overall sweetness, a characteristic characteristic of the product,” Dr. Richard Sennels, an expert in the study, told The American Conservatory.
So if you are looking for a flower cosmetic that sounds like it’s made by the company you’re purchasing, this may not be the right choice.
If you’re looking for something with a higher frequency of vowel sounds, this might be the kind of thing you want to look into.