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Violet

Oh sweet sweet violet! Albeit its soft and shy disposition violet is actually quite the romantic. It’s sweet and slightly powdery scent is subtle yet distinct, the epitome of a blossoming romance. Violets derive their scent from Ionone, thus can only be smelled periodically due to ionone temporarily desensitizing scent…

By Alicia Chua


Aldehyde

An ‘overdose’ of aldehyde was what gave way to one of the most iconic perfumes, Chanel No.5. The aldehyde used in Chanel No.5 smells just like soap and was what drew Coco Chanel to it. She wanted her fragrance to imbue the freshness of soap rather than the typical citrus…

By Lola


Citrus

Citrus, the note to end all summer notes. Combining juicy notes of many succulently zesty fruits, the scent is unrivalled in providing a refreshing touch to your fragrance.  Hailing from all over the world, the citrus family is made up of all kinds of fruits, beyond the usual lemon and…

By Lola


Ozone

A smell for all things summer? Ozone is just that. A fresh and invigorating note that sums up your care-free summer holiday.  Ozone encapsulates the smell of beach waves, mountain breezes and a summer thunderstorm where plant life comes out to play. A relatively new note on the market, ‘ozone’…

By Lola


Floral

  Floral, a note found at the heart of almost every perfume, is intoxicating and romantic. Florals can either be ‘soliflores’, notes capturing the scents of a particular flower or ‘bouquets’, a blend of different floral notes.  Floral notes are popular with perfumers, with the most loved being Jasmine and…

By Lola