If you really want to get answers from the scientific literature, you have to use proper terms for your queries. "Skin chemistry" is not a formal scientific term but a type of jargon used by perfumistas, it will not give you useful hits.
A lot of research has been done on how fragrance reacts with human skin. Unfortunately, many of the papers are put by their publishers behind the paywall and/or (predictably) in French. But here's a couple of examples that have free previews of some pages.
Amen. I pointed out the same thing pages ago. Thanks for reclaiming science, as it was in danger of extinction.
Did you read them? The reference is to 'diffusion rates' and possible absorption (as the skin is a barrier note the reference to damage etc). They don't actually support what you have been trying to assert.