Amaunet Natural Perfume / Origin Egypt
£15.00 – £79.00 including VAT
Amaunet Natural Perfume
Our natural perfumes (also known as an attar) are sourced directly from Egypt and extracted from the essences of flowers and herbs that grow under the influence of the Egyptian sun in Northern Upper Egypt. The blending of flowers, herbs, woods, seeds and roots are usually a well kept secret handed down from each generation. The high quality finished product which contains no alcohol or harsh chemicals is obtained by cold pressing or by hydro-distilling the local harvest and is suitable for use in aromatherapy and for making fine perfumes.
Amaunet was a primordial goddess and the name means “The female hidden one” that is invisble to the naked eye. Ancient Egyptians believed that she was the mother of nature and creation and was connected with the acacia tree from which the life was said to have originated from Egypt.
This is a complex and light flowery fresh feminine fragrance that evokes the wakening of spring achieved through the interplay of exotic and sensual floral notes.
Country of Origin: Egypt
Colour: clear to yellow tinged
Extraction; Steam Distillation
Scent: Sweet, warm and floral with a hint of citrus
Uses: Aromatherapy and Perfumery or for adding to creams and lotions.Natural Product plant based only
No Harsh Chemicals Used
Not tested on Animals
Top Note: Lily-of-the-valley, wild strawberry, mandarin, African orange, cherry
Heart note: Vanilla, jasmine, grasse rose, violet, bergamot
Base note: White patchouli flowers, rosewood
Can be used straight on the skin.
A patch test is always advised to see if your skin is sensitive to the product.
Supplied in a glass bottle with inbuilt dropper and tamper evident cap.
For External Cosmetic Use Only.
Part of our proceeds go to planting native and rare or endangered trees from around the World. We now have over thirty different species including Swamp Cypress, Bristlecone Pine, Giant Redwood, Ginko Biloba, Scots Pine, Dawn Redwood, Colorado White Fir, Englemann Spruce, Atlas Cedar to name but a few.