Annipe Natural Perfume / Attar (Origin Egypt)
£5.95 – £28.00 Including tax
Please note if buying large quantities of this item we advise purchasing a 1ml sample first to ensure that you are happy with the product as we do not refund opened items due to contamination issues.
Annipe Natural Perfume / Attar
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.
Country of Origin: Egypt
Colour: clear to pink tinged
Extraction; Steam Distillation
Scent: citrus fruits and berries with a hint of vanilla
Uses: Aromatherapy and Perfumery or for adding to creams and lotions.
Natural Product plant based only
No Harsh Chemicals Used
Not tested on animals
Annipe is an ancient Egyptian name meaning ‘Daughter of the Nile’
Annipe Natural Perfume is a distinctly feminine fragrance. It has a very complex composition which suggests the excellence of a perfect perfume.
Top note: Fresh Berries, bergamot, citrus fruits
Heart note: Honey
Base note: Vanilla, Chocolate, patchouli, caramel
This perfume envelops you with exotic notes , yet is playful at the same time having powdery elements. Simply a mystifying and gorgeous scent!
For External Cosmetic Use Only
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
Available in 1ml sample, 5ml and 10ml sizes
Supplied in a glass rollerball bottle with screw cap
Image is for illustration purposes only
Cautions: Keep away from eyes, sensitive areas, babies and children. Do not use on broken skin
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