We are aware to the luxury of fashion affects our daily lifestyle. That’s why we came up to an idea of making organic resources more useful by inventing a new fragrance that will assure you a new unique scent. Our main of resource is the organic pee urine which can be content on making new tone of perfume together with its essential and fragrance oils and experience some exotic and unusual aromas from other original and unique sources. We’ll prove to you that Science can create a mystery where an impossible waste can create intoxicating scent creating own signature perfume using the most exotic and mysterious essential and fragrance oils.
Perfume is a mixture of fragrant essential oils and aroma compounds, fixatives,…show more content… * Flowers and blossoms: Undoubtedly the largest source of aromatics. Includes the flowers of several species of rose and jasmine, as well as osmanthus, plumeria, mimosa, tuberose, narcissus, scented geranium, cassie, ambrette as well as the blossoms of citrus and ylang-ylang trees. Although not traditionally thought of as a flower, the unopened flower buds of the clove are also commonly used. Most orchid flowers are not commercially used to produce essential oils or absolutes, except in the case of vanilla, an orchid, which must be pollinated first and made into seed pods before use in perfumery. * Fruits: Fresh fruits such as apples, strawberries, cherries unfortunately do not yield the expected odors when extracted; if such fragrance notes are found in a perfume, they are synthetic. Notable exceptions include litsea cubeba, vanilla, and juniper berry. The most commonly used fruits yield their aromatics from the rind; they include citrus such as oranges, lemons, and limes. Although grapefruit rind is still used for aromatics, more and more commercially used grapefruit aromatics are artificially synthesized since the natural aromatic contains sulfur and its degradation product is quite unpleasant in smell. * Leaves and twigs: Commonly used for perfumery are lavender leaf, patchouli, sage, violets, rosemary, and citrus leaves. Sometimes leaves are valued for the "green"