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Aromatic and fragrance plants play an essential role in the perfume industry. These are plants that synthesize complex volatile and odorous substances for various reasons, such as attracting pollinating insects or repelling pests. Plants can also protect themselves against diseases and resist climatic conditions through the production of these substances.

As perfume creators, we use a large number of aromatic substances and select the best ingredients with our team at the laboratory. The secret formulas are complex, and each created fragrance corresponds to a unique architecture, composed of top note, heart note, and base note. As in a piece of art, different fragrances harmonize, complement each other, echo each other, and take turns on the olfactory stage. The top note, made up of the lightest and most volatile essences, expresses itself first in an intense and ephemeral way. It generally corresponds to fresh scents like citrusy notes, anise and many more. The heart note, less intense than the top note, lasts longer. It is often composed of floral or spicy notes such as rose, jasmine, narcissus, rosewood, geranium, coriander, cardamom, or nutmeg clove. The base note, on the other hand, takes longer to express itself but persists for a long time. Composed of woody, vanilla, musky or amber notes, it gives the perfume its personality and makes us attached to it. It is also what binds a fragrance to a memory, reminiscing the scented soap of a grandmother, the eau de toilette of a father or mother, or the perfume worn by a loved one. Amyris, cedar, benzoin, guaiac, vanilla, cistus, tonka bean, incense, and sandalwood - all bring depth to the perfume. All in all, aromatic and fragrance plants are essential ingredients in the creation of a perfume. The different notes, succeeding and intertwining, create a unique fragrance that can evoke memories, emotions, and sensations.


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