The Use Of Oudh In Modern Perfumery
When utilized in a fragrance composition, Oud is customarily a base note, which has a tendency to stay at the pores and skin long after other similar ingredients dissipate. Since they shape the fragrance’s foundation, base notes are very rich, heavy and long-lasting (up to 6 hours and more). While maximum woody notes are recognized for their earthy qualities, Oud affords a pleasing sweet and heady aroma and is regularly featured in a synthetic version due to the fact it’s so expensive to harvest.
What is the most popular oud perfume and why? Are there similar ingredient patterns in the most popular oud perfumes? How much does it cost to make oud perfume? What percentage of oud is used in best selling perfumes? Is it pure artistry or is it pattern analysis, or is it a mixture of both to create the best new oud perfumes?
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- Acqua Di Parma type -Colonia Intensa Oud Eau De Cologne Conc
- Bond No:9 type -Bond No:9 New York Oud
- Creed type -Royal Oud
- Ermenegildo Zegna type -Indonesian Oud
- Hugo Boss type -Boss Bottled Oud
- Jo Malone type -Cologne Intense Oud & Bergamot
- Maison Francis Kurkdjian type -Oud Satin Mood Extrait De Parfum
- Ralph Lauren type -Polar Super Oud
- Thierry Mugler type -Alien Oud Majestueux
- Tom Ford type -Oud Minerale
- Tom Ford type -Oud Wood
- Versace type -Versace Pour Homme Oud Noir
- Ysl type -M7 Oud Absolu
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