Ambergris - Concentrated Perfume Oil - CPO - Synthetic Fragrance - Unisex - Quality, Luxury, Unisex Body Oil
Ambra Grisea, a substance produced in the digestive system of whales, not available in the US, this is a synthetic.
Fragrance Notes: Ambergris
· Classification: fixative
· Scent Strength: Subtle
· Scent Style: Ambra Grisea, a subs
Choose from these sizes:
3 ml bottle
6 ml bottle
12 ml bottle
-- This item is highly concentrated and should be diluted and as an addition to your creation.
If you want to stand out from the rest. try one of our many exotic scents. Now since they are all Natural Organic Perfume Oils, they can be worn on the skin or clothing and they can also be used just as Body Oil, Scented Oil, Aromatherapy Oil and Essential Oils as well. They are very strong and it only takes a few drop to be applied. The fragrance is so extensive even a little bit will last you for weeks or longer.
* Makes great gift, Comes in attractive velveteen gift bag
We've been selling body oils for over 25 years.
- Alcohol free
- Cruelty free
* No Alcohol
* No filler or "cutter oils"
* No Preservatives
* No Artificial Ingredients
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Whilst there are still a few perfumes that exist using Ambergris that is found either floating at sea or washed up on various beaches, since 1986 when the majority of nations banned whale hunting, the product has been also banned as exploitation of whale species by all but a few countries such as France and Switzerland.
The product has been valued for millennia. The Ancient Egyptians used to burn it as an incense and modern Egyptians still use it for scenting cigarettes. In medieval Europe it was considered to be an effective protection against the Black Death and for those that could afford it, it was carried around as a small ball, like a pomander. In those days disease was thought to be in the air as a miasma and the smell of ambergris was so strong that it effectively masked the smell of anything else in the vicinity. It was also more commonly used by apothecaries to combat epilepsy, head pains and even colds.
It has been used as a flavouring in food and been thought to be an aphrodisiac. The Chinese call it Dragon’s spittle fragrance.
So because of its rarity, its unlikely discovery in the seas of our world, the vulnerability of the species that produces it and our quite natural reluctance to return to the days of indiscriminate slaughter of the rich number of animal species so abundant but continuously threatened by mankind – we now, quite rightly, use a synthetically produced version of Ambergris