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Do you know what ingredients are in your favourite perfume? Time then to take a deep dive into what's listed on the packaging and what's not. What lies behind the catch-all 'Parfums'?
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Spring sees us yearn for scents to echo lighter, warmer days. See our top 10 spring perfume scents to wear this season.
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The beauty of natural botanical perfumes is their complexity and personality. I've some tips on how to get to know them so you can appreciate and sample them at their best.
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Oud notes in perfume can be a touch difficult to enjoy; edgy and unpredictable, overdosed or tempered to western fashion tastes. Oud or Agarwood may be mainstreaming but remains deep, dark and mysterious depending on the perfumer's desire. Explore oud.
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Marine notes in perfume are notoriously hard for the natural perfumer to create? Not so! As you can't smell the sea, just the flora and fauna of shoreline and ocean, the natural perfumer has rich inspiration and freedom.