Ambari Hina Natural Perfume / Attar (Also known as Mehandi Attar)

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Ambari Hina Attar also known as Mehandi Attar

Origin: Northern India
Natural Product
No Harsh Chemicals Used.
Alcohol Free
Not tested on Animals
Scent: A warm, deep and woody spicy scent
Colour: Brown
Extraction method: Hydro distillation
Main benefits: Promotes relaxation and calm
Common uses: Aromatherapy, Perfumery

Ambari Hina Attar: Fragrant Essence from the Henna Plant
Ambari Hina attar is a perfume oil extracted from the fragrant white or pinkish flowers of the henna plant. The henna plant itself is a small tree native to Egypt, but also cultivated in India, Morocco, and Sudan.

Ambari Hina Attar Aroma:
Ambari Hina attar has a warm, deep spicy scent balanced by the smooth aroma of Indian sandalwood oil. This unique fragrance is considered appropriate for year-round wear, but especially comforting during winters.

Ambari Hina Uses:
Perfumery: Hina/Henna attar is a popular ingredient in creating perfumes for both men and women.
Traditional Uses: Henna leaves are widely used as a natural dye for the hair.

Additional Notes:
Hina/Henna attar is often blended with Oud for a more complex and mesmerising fragrance.
The attar is believed to have a long-lasting scent.

Can be used straight on the skin or diluted in a carrier oil

A patch test is always advised to see if your skin is sensitive to the product

Supplied in a glass rollerball bottle with screw cap

For External Cosmetic Use Only

Please note that the photo is for illustrative purposes only

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