Floral notes are fundamental ingredients in perfumery, amongst the most widely used, especially for feminine perfumes
This huge family offers an incredibly vast palette to the perfumer, from fresh flowers like lily of the valley, or honeysuckle, to intoxicating floralcy like tuberose or gardenia. Also, some perfumes are built around a single flower, like Rose 31 by the Labo, or at the reverse around a "floral bouquet", merging as an example, jasmine, orange blossom, ylang ylang, and others flowers, as Gabrielle by Chanel or Bloom by Gucci do.
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Oriental and floral raw materials perfectly fit together. Floral notes soften...explore