Monday, July 27, 2009

Perfume Selection for Man

Tut - ready stock
Amun Ra - ready stock
Ramses - ready stock
Key of Life - pre order
Horus - pre order

1001 Nights (unisex) - ready stock
Omar Khayyam (unisex) - pre order

Perfume Selection for Woman

Cleopatra - ready stock
Aida - ready stock
Cool Water - ready stock
Nefertiti - ready stock
Secret of the Desert - ready stock
Lotus Flower - ready stock

1001 Nights (unisex) - ready stock
Omar Khayyam (unisex) - pre - order

The Ingredients


The composition of the perfume oil consists of natural extract of specific flowers, plants and herbs and fruits of which the identities of these ingredients are considered to be a trade secret that are withheld in accordance with the provision of 1910.1200 of the Code of federal regulations (USA)

However, the basic composition and ingredients of the Perfume Oils are as follows:-

Nefertiti - a blend of jasmine, lily and orchid

Cleopatra - a blend of rose and amber

Secret of the Desert - a blend of lemon, citrus and jasmine

Aida - a blend of apple, musk and sandalwood

Omar Khayyam - a blend of moss, woody and patchouli

1001 nights - a blend of rose and violet

Amun Ra - a blend of rose and pepper

Key of Life - a blend of jasmine and citrus

Lotus Flower - national flower of Upper Egypt, it is a deliciously comforting scent. In Ancient Egypt, three drops were used around the face, one behind each ear and one on the forehead. The first drop means love, the second happiness and the third immortality.

Horus - a blend of lavender and amber

Ramses - a blend of citrus, pepper and patchouli

Pure Perfume is Better For You


Just like jewellery, pure perfume oils vary tremendously in quality. Our suppliers have put an incredible amount of time and effort into selecting the best possible quality pure perfume oils. Pure perfume oils are truly what the designer of the fragrance had in mind when it was created.

Alcohol and Perfume


All commercially available "perfumes" are actually perfume oils with fillers. The fillers are usually alcohol and sometimes water.
Why do they add alcohol? The primary purpose of alcohol is to cause the perfume oils to evaporate faster than they would by themselves, sometimes as much as or 15 times more quickly. This gives the impression that the perfume is considerably stronger than it actually is. That is why, when you first put on a commercial fragrance, the aroma may sometimes seem overwhelming to those around you. This also explains why the scent fades dramatically within one or two hours. The perfume oils have evaporated along with the alcohol.
The second reason for all those fillers is just clever marketing -- a bigger and fancier bottle containing fragrance plus fillers seems like a much better value than a smaller one of pure oil.

Common Problems with Alcohol Perfume

• Alcohol tends to kill off or mask some of the subtle notes in many fragrances.
• Ethyl alcohol is the most popular alcohol added It is extremely caustic.
Many people who think they are allergic to perfume are actually allergic
to the alcohol added to the perfume.
• Alcohol is a drying agent - it makes things evaporate including the
fragrance and your natural body oils.

Staying Power of Your Fragrance

Our perfume oils last on most people up to 12 to 24 hours - depending on your body chemistry. Unlike perfumes with fillers added - which have a normal shelf life of 6 to 18 months, pure perfume oils keep their fragrance year after year.

Trade Secrets


There exists a certain "mystique" around the fragrance industry. The courts have held that - fragrance is something that belongs to nature and not to any individual. As a result of this a fragrance cannot be patented or copyrighted. On the other hand a brand name can be copyrighted and registered and others may not profit from its use. For this reason we want to be very clear that our suppliers do not represent any particular perfume house or their products. Our suppliers oils are inspired by these remarkable designers.