It's not normal, every person at home has alcohol, or peroxide, or brilliant green. No, as a last resort, now every home has skin antiseptics, I like 911 antiseptic without alcohol, and disinfect both wounds and hands from germs and infection.
In principle, cauterizing a wound with alcohol or perfume is harmful, as this leads to tissue burns and an increase in healing time, the wound needs to be properly treated www.medicus.ru article on the topic.
But, using perfume (well, or alcohol), if there were no other antiseptics at hand, is quite possible as an antiseptic in emergency situations, since it is usually a solution of aromatic substances in 96% alcohol, but again only in emergency situations and correctly (you cannot pour perfume into the wound, you need to use a cotton swab or a piece of clean cloth soaked in perfume) Also, before use, you should make sure that the person being treated is not allergic to the components of the perfume.
And do not forget to contact to the doctor.