CPL Aromas

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Nagarmotha (Cyperus scariosus) is found in all tropical, subtropical and temperate regions of the world. In India, it is commonly known as Nagarmotha and it belongs to the family Cyperacea.  The oil has been widely used in aroma therapy for its pain relieving effects and anti – inflammatory properties.  It’s well known in India and used for scenting saris and other traditional outfits. Read more http://on.fb.me/1LCTJUO. To know more about us, please visit www.cplaromas.com

Nagarmotha (Cyperus scariosus) is found in all tropical, subtropical and temperate regions of the world. In India, it is commonly known as Nagarmotha and it belongs to the family Cyperacea. The oil has been widely used in aroma therapy for its pain relieving effects and anti – inflammatory properties. It’s well known in India and used for scenting saris and other traditional outfits. Read more http://on.fb.me/1LCTJUO. To know more about us, please visit www.cplaromas.com

Cistus Essential Oil /Labdanum  Cistus also known as Rock Rose is a low shrub with pink or white ornamental flowers, whose shoots secrete a sweet-smelling and viscous resin called labdanum.  Labdanum is a rich brown resin and has a long history of use in herbal medicine and as a perfume ingredient. Labdanum is produced today mainly for the perfume industry. The raw resin is usually extracted by boiling the leaves and twigs. Read more http://on.fb.me/1Kj6Swm, Visit www.cplaromas.com

BathBodySupply Madagascar* Fragrance Oil Fragrance Notes: Ylang Ylang, Jasmine, Creamy Vanilla This oil contains of essential .

Its chemical name is methylbenzodioxepinone, trade-named Calone 1951introduced to perfumery by Pfizer in 1966. Calone is similar in structure to certain alicyclic C11-hydrocarbons like ectocarpene, produced by some species of brown algae as pheromones. This is why it gives rise to its intense “marine” odour property with slight floral overtones.  It is a very important fragrance component. Please read more http://on.fb.me/1SThqw1 Also visit www.cplaromas.com

Its chemical name is methylbenzodioxepinone, trade-named Calone 1951introduced to perfumery by Pfizer in 1966. Calone is similar in structure to certain alicyclic C11-hydrocarbons like ectocarpene, produced by some species of brown algae as pheromones. This is why it gives rise to its intense “marine” odour property with slight floral overtones. It is a very important fragrance component. Please read more http://on.fb.me/1SThqw1 Also visit www.cplaromas.com

Tobacco Absolute This absolute is obtained from the tobacco leaf and has a sweet, slightly smoky, rich aroma reminiscent of fine pipe tobacco. It adds natural depth and character to perfumes, especially masculine and Oriental blends.  It’s very tenacious dark green substance that is solid at room temperature and requires special use instructions to blend. Blended with vanilla, neroli, and ambrette it takes on an intriguing, timeless, and perfectly unisex scent. Read more on…

Tobacco Absolute This absolute is obtained from the tobacco leaf and has a sweet, slightly smoky, rich aroma reminiscent of fine pipe tobacco. It adds natural depth and character to perfumes, especially masculine and Oriental blends. It’s very tenacious dark green substance that is solid at room temperature and requires special use instructions to blend. Blended with vanilla, neroli, and ambrette it takes on an intriguing, timeless, and perfectly unisex scent. Read more on…

Artemisia pallens, Dhavanam is an aromatic small herb or shrubs. The flowers bear numerous small yellow flower heads or capitula, but the silvery white silky covering of down give the foliage a grey or white appearance.  Please read more on https://www.facebook.com/cplaromas/photos/a.204401446257641.60067.204150379616081/977879792243132/?type=1&theater

Artemisia pallens, Dhavanam is an aromatic small herb or shrubs. The flowers bear numerous small yellow flower heads or capitula, but the silvery white silky covering of down give the foliage a grey or white appearance. Please read more on https://www.facebook.com/cplaromas/photos/a.204401446257641.60067.204150379616081/977879792243132/?type=1&theater

Patchouli is a wonderful green bushy herb of the mint family. The herb is graced with delicate pinkish-white flowers and aromatic leaves that have been used for centuries in perfumery, due to their wonderful and strong scent. Patchouli is native to tropical regions of Asia, but it grows well in all warm to tropical climates. Please read more on https://www.facebook.com/cplaromas/photos/a.204401446257641.60067.204150379616081/959941234036988/?type=1&theater

Patchouli Many of us older people remember this oil from the It was the hottest thing back then, mostly to hide the scent of something else. But patchouli does so much more. The patchouli plants of…

Cashmeran Chemical name 1,1,2,3,3 -pentamethyl - 2,5,6,7 - tetrahydroinden-4-one is a synthetic fragrance ingredient. It is not found in nature but copiously used in products we use every day. Please read more on https://www.facebook.com/cplaromas/photos/a.204401446257641.60067.204150379616081/951054851592293/?type=1&theater

Cashmeran Chemical name 1,1,2,3,3 -pentamethyl - 2,5,6,7 - tetrahydroinden-4-one is a synthetic fragrance ingredient. It is not found in nature but copiously used in products we use every day. Please read more on https://www.facebook.com/cplaromas/photos/a.204401446257641.60067.204150379616081/951054851592293/?type=1&theater

Violet Leaf Absolute has an intensely green and slightly “oily” odour character. It is very powerful in its effect within a fragrance and is much valued by perfumers and because of its strength and its price, it is usually used sparingly in compositions. Please read more on https://www.facebook.com/cplaromas/photos/a.204401446257641.60067.204150379616081/937772226253889/?type=1&theater

Violet Leaf Absolute has an intensely green and slightly “oily” odour character. It is very powerful in its effect within a fragrance and is much valued by perfumers and because of its strength and its price, it is usually used sparingly in compositions. Please read more on https://www.facebook.com/cplaromas/photos/a.204401446257641.60067.204150379616081/937772226253889/?type=1&theater

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