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Fragrance was everywhere in the ancient world, from scented oils used to adorn the body to incense burnt in homes and temples. The art of capturing fragrance from botanicals and perfume making begins in Egypt.
Perfumes were considered magical. Fragrance has entranced humans for over 5,000 years. They were used for worship, healing, aphrodisiacs, hygiene and status symbols.
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Traveling across deserts and seas, the ancient people searched far and wide for spices, incense, perfumes, and medicinal herbs.
These fragrances were imported from distant lands such as the Middle East, Arabia and the Indians lands. From these trades were imported fine woods, scented resins, myrrh and incense that made up some of the main ingredients of the scents of the time.
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Perfume was used in religious ceremony to purify the body and as a real cosmetic. Unguents, water and perfumed oils were obtained with slow process of maceration and extraction of essences from aromatic plants, woods and resins.
These ways of extraction are still used today but much of these aspects are missing from our modern lives and have inspired us to creative the destination collection