|Unit Pirce of Already Goods||US$ 2.5-3 per pcs|
|OEM & ODM||YES|
|MOQ for OEM||10000PCS|
|Pcs/Ctn||12pcs into one inner box, 8 inner boxes into one outer ctn|
|Packing for per bottle||White Inner Liner / Color Box|
|Artwork of Bottle & Cap||Painted Bottle + Cap|
|Place of Original||Guangzhou, China|
|Delivery Time||45-60 days|
A fragrance can be defined as any pleasing, sweet-smelling scent.
Perfumes, eau de toilettes, colognes and splashes are examples of
modern fragrances; the variation in concentration level defines
their classification. Fragrances are further divided into olfactive
families or categories of similar types of aromas. A fragrance
composition additionally contains individual notes or essences. A
"note" typically is indicative of a characteristic odor of a single
material; the world of perfumery allows for more than 2000 notes to
Traditionally, a perfume is a blend of natural, essential oils
extracted from flowers, spices, grasses, herbs and woods to which
scent-prolonging fixatives are added. Perfumes manufactured today
are a concentrated essence of fragrant materials (both plant and
animal sources), including various synthetic ingredients, combined
with small quantities of high-grade alcohol. The precise formulas
of commercial perfumes are kept proprietary; there are more than
3000 raw ingredients to choose from when composing a fragrance! We
certainly won't attempt to list them here, but a good starting
point to refer to is to define some basic olfactive families that
may describe the majority of commercially available perfumes:
Floral: The largest scent category, can include a single floral category
or a combination of scents. Rose, gardenia, violets are some
Citrus or Fruity: A family of scents which have a clean, fresh citrusy quality. Some
examples include apple, melon, pineapple, bergamot, nectarines.
Amber or Oriental: A large, heavier fragrance class featuring scents such as vanilla,
resins, musk, and amber.
Woody: Fragrances that are dominated by woody scents, typically of
sandalwood and cedar. Patchouli, with its camphoraceous smell, is
commonly found in these perfumes.
Leather: A family of fragrances used more predominately by men, featuring
smoke, honey, wood, tar, and pungent leather scents.
Chypre: A family of scents characterized by patchouli, clary sage, resins.
Fougère: Another male-dominated fragrance family, it is based primarily on
lavender, coumarin and labdanum.
Green: Reminiscent of freshly cut grass and new growth in spring, some
examples include rosemary, lavender, hyacinth and pine.
Oceanic/Ozone: a newer, more modern category, it is described typically as fresh
air, ocean scents