NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC PERFUMES: WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?
Natural perfumes are unique flavors of nature itself, for the production of which only natural essential oils are used. Raw materials for natural perfumes should only be of high quality, so natural spirits are quite expensive. The development of fragrance alone (without the purchase of raw materials, the release of perfumes, the development and release of packaging) costs 500-1000 dollars.
Natural perfumes are unique flavors of nature itself, for the production of which only natural essential oils are used. Raw materials for natural perfumes should only be of high quality, so natural spirits are quite expensive. The development of fragrance alone (without the purchase of raw materials, the release of perfumes, the development and release of packaging) costs 500-1000 dollars.

The fact is that in the production of absolutely natural ether oils, endemic plants are used, which are grown under strict control on special plantations in the open air (and not in greenhouses, like ordinary plants).

In the natural perfume there are not only essential oils - their composition also includes concrete, absolutes and floral waxes. Concrete is a substance that is obtained by distilling or distilling natural components (for example, myrrh, sandalwood, incense, etc.). The absolute is a part of a concrete that can dissolve in alcohol.

The naturalness of the perfumes in question can play a bad joke with the buyer. The fact is that the natural components are changeable (the aroma composition is influenced not only by the growing conditions of the raw materials, but also by the conditions of its assembly), so the perfume re-purchased may not justify the expectations. But the buyer in any case can be sure that he has purchased an exclusive product.

The process of creating natural perfumes is complex - such perfumes are created through numerous trial and error and require special skill from a perfumer. And although natural perfumes are made strictly according to the recipe, to obtain perfume from such changeable components, they impose special requirements on the master.

There are two ways to create natural perfumes - these methods are used by all well-known elite brands. The first way is to create aromas "in one breath" (1.5 hours after the base note was created, a heart note "layered" on it, and another 1.5 hours - the starting note). When using perfume, all these notes are revealed in the reverse order.

The second way is to create all three notes separately. This method has become widespread, because the resulting notes are successfully used in other perfumes.

For those who love and appreciate the excellent smells, but are not ready to invest a lot of money for them, the modern perfumery market offers spirits, called synthetic. This perfume is on the order cheaper, because many natural ingredients are replaced in her synthetic analogs.

Interestingly, the production of artificial perfumes began in the mid-19th century. The successes achieved by chemists allowed the creation of synthetic substitutes for almost all perfumery components (especially rare ones). And in 1905, Frenchman Francois Coty created the first synthetic spirits "L'Origane", mixing in a single bottle synthetic and natural components. The first aldehyde aroma was the world famous perfume " Chanel No.5 ".

Natural and synthetic perfumes differ not only in price - they also have different effects on the body and behavior. Synthetic spirits can only affect the psycho-emotional state of a person. At the same time, natural perfumes, which include natural essential oils, also have a therapeutic effect on humans.

Particular attention is paid to natural perfume lovers etherealmaslam-aphrodisiacs, which can affect men in a truly magical way. It is, in particular, about oils of bigardy, tuberose, neroli, violet, hyacinth, iris.