Microperfumes, a Calabasas-based startup fragrance retailer launched in August of last year, is poised to make $1 million in revenue this month selling small samples of brand-name scents.

The online retailer offers customers sample sizes of perfumes and colognes, starting at 99 cents each for less than a milliliter of product, allowing consumers to try the fragrances before committing to full-size bottles that can run upwards of $500. Popular products include scents by Tom Ford, Chanel and Creed. 

The service is particularly popular in rural areas, such as Montana and Virginia.

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