Saffron Natural Perfume
£15.00 – £79.00 Excluding VAT
Pure Saffron Natural Perfume
Country of Origin: Northern India
Uses: Aromatherapy, Perfumery, Cosmetic uses
No Harsh Chemicals Used
Not tested on Animals
Pure Saffron Natural Perfume also called an Attar is a rare and precious oil that is rich, warm and very exotic. The beautiful and unique fragrance of the attar will encourage warm thoughts to emerge towards oneself and others. Saffron Attar is produced by steam distilling natural Saffron, botanical name Crocus sativus into a base of Indian Sandalwood oil.
The word Attar is derived from the Hindu/Urdu word Ittar which in turn derives from the similar Persian word for Perfume, Itar, and is an essential oil derived from botanical sources usually blended with a wood oil like, but not always, Sandalwood.
The practice of extracting scent from flowers herbs and spices began in India and has been used there for at least 5,000 years by skilled artisans to produce exquisite fragrances with some attars actually improving with age like a good wine. The ageing period can last from one to ten years depending on the botanical used and the results desired. Most commonly these oils are extracted via hydro or steam distillation and generally natural perfumes which qualify as Attars are distilled with water rather than by chemical means and they are also alcohol free. Attars are a luxury and in ancient times were used in offerings to the gods.
For thousands of years, ittars were considered in some societies to be something that attracted angels and warded off evil spirits. Saints and spiritual aspirants would adorn themselves with these scents to assist them in their journey towards enlightenment.
Can be used straight on the skin or diluted with a carrier oil.
A patch test is always recommended to see if your skin is sensitive to the product.
For External Cosmetic Use only
Supplied in a glass bottle with inbuilt dropper and tamper evident cap.
Available in 5ml, 10ml and 30ml sizes
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