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Violet - For the ancient Greeks, these delicate flowers were a symbol of optimism, longevity and fertility. Admirers of their fragrance included Napoleon and Marlene Dietrich. The oil extracted from these flowers has a floral and woody, slightly earthy and powdery aroma.
Musk - It has an extremely sensual, intense, slightly woody fragrance. It was well known as far back as Antiquity - among other things, it was used to perfume royal chambers. The Arabs added musk to the lime with which they plastered their temples so that the beautiful fragrance would spread around them. In later times, Marie Antoinette, wife of Louis XIV, was a great admirer of this aroma.
Patchouli - This exotic, inconspicuous-looking plant is native to Asia. Its leaves are highly aromatic and it is from these that the fragrance oil is produced. It is one of the most popular ingredients in perfumes, which, in addition to its oriental, woody scent with a hint of freshness, has the property of fixing other aromas in the perfume.

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