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Scents of Time

The fascinating culture of Perfumes & Scents

People have used fragrance for multiple instances throughout the years. Before it was a staple in the fashion industry, fragrance was used to recognize honorability. In numerous societies, only the high societies approached perfumed items as they were costly and difficult to find. Early perfume was made using natural materials such as bark, wood, roots, leaves, flowers and seeds. The first evidence of perfume making began in Egypt and Mesopotamia and was then picked up by the Persians and the Romans. In fact, the first perfume maker on record was a woman chemist, named Tapputi. Stories about her have been found on a clay tablet from Mesopotamia, dating back to the second millennium BC.

Nature & Property

Plenty of natural ingredients can be listed which are used in making our natural scents. Each product is made with finesse and is liberated from petrochemical items and unsafe phthalates. These fragrances can be utilized round the year relying upon individual moods and preferences. Some normal components are Sandalwood, Patchouli, Lavender, Nutmeg, Jasmine, Rose, Lemon, and a wide assortment of essential oils and plant extracts including the concentrates of blossoms, herbs, flavors, bark and buds. Subsequently, these characteristic natural aromas offer helpful properties that will battle pressure and will advance enthusiastic prosperity.

“Seeking inspiration from the creations of life”

India was and is a place where scents are profoundly noteworthy, in what they stand for, whom they connect, and the feelings they bring out. With Savour and Aura, you can connect with your roots and enjoy the goodness of the rich cultures, and the allurance of the various scents at one stop. Connect with your heritage today!