The Water Element: Creating Aquatic/Ozonic Natural Perfume

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The Water Element: Creating Aquatic/Ozonic Natural Perfume

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Marine fragrances are the newest category in perfume history. They’re very clean and modern smelling and mimic the ocean water, fresh air and sea breeze.

These cooling and refreshing scents wash over the skin and give a sense of relief on a hot summer day. They offer a cool water sensation in a modern androgynous way. This category is dominated by scents of aquatic plants, but also notes such as cucumber or tea accords.

We’ll be working with ambergis, a grayish black waxy material from secretions of the sperm whale, it is one of the most valuable and legendary ingredients in perfumery, prized for it’s ability as a fixative


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