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Patchouli Glow SPF 40 PA+++ is a lightweight sunscreen fortified with the protective shield of patchouli leaf extract and ceramides. With a fast-absorbing formula, this powerful sunscreen protects your skin from harmful radiati... Read More Patchouli Glow SPF 40 PA+++ is a lightweight sunscreen fortified with the protective shield of patchouli leaf extract and ceramides. With a fast-absorbing formula, this powerful sunscreen protects your skin from harmful radiation caused by prolonged sun exposure and is clinically proven to make your skin supple in just one week(1).

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Patchouli (pachouli) leaf extract is packed with antioxidants, which effectively protect skin cells from the damage caused by free radicals from UV radiation or other external environmental factors such as pollution, smoke, and dust. Our patchouli extract is created by a modified extraction technology that leads to lower essential oil content and higher sterols and fatty acids which soothe your skin.

Patchouli is considered to be a base note in scenting blends. Like many base notes, patchouli essential oil becomes darker in color and sweeter smelling as it ages. Because this oil is distilled in stainless steel equipment rather than traditional iron vats (which allow bits of iron to seep in in the process), newer batches will be lighter in color than may be expected. However, the quality is not diminished in the stainless steel distilling process.

This is the patchouliest spray that we have. Made with dark aged, deep and rich, real deal patchouli, this scent is sure to satisfy your most insatiable patchouli cravings. The feeling of warmth, nostalgia, and raw animal magnetism, all wrapped up in a single scent.

Comments: Not just good, but a BEAUTIFUL Patchouli. I use it in a frankincense and myrrh soap, and also a lime-bergamot-patchouli soap. Good manly scents. A little goes a long way, and the scent holds up very well.

Botanical Name: Pogostemon CablinPlant Part: LeavesOrigin: IndonesiaExtraction Method: Steam DistilledPlant Description: Patchouli is a very fragrant herb with soft oval leaves and square stems. It grows from 2 to 3 feet in height and provides an unusual odor that is nonetheless characteristic of patchouli when the leaves are rubbed. The color of the patchouli oil is affected by the distillation machine. If distillation is done in a stainless steel vessel the color of the oil will be light, but if done in an iron vessel the color will be darker.Color: Golden orange to dark reddish brown viscous liquid.Consistency: ThickNote: BaseAromatic Fragrance: Patchouli has a warm, earthy aroma with fresh fruit - like tones.Aromatic Strength: MediumCommon Applications: Typically Used By: Fragrance industry, Cosmetic Industry. Storage Directions: Essential Oils should be stored in a cool dry place out of direct sunlight. Essential Oils should be stored in colored glass, the most common storage method being used today are Boston Round Bottles in the amber tint. Blends Well With: Sandalwood, Bergamot, Cedarwood, Rose, Orange, Cassia, Myrrh and OpoponaxCautions: Patchouli is a sedative in smaller amount but stimulating in large amounts. it may cause loss of appetite. Its challengingly powerful aromas may have a variety of association.

Both the leaves and the oil of patchouli have a variety of purposes throughout history. In its native Malaysia, it was once used as a medicinal treatment. Moreover, Chinese silk traders used its dried leaves during the 18th century to repel moths away from their treasured cloths. In fact, patchouli has been known to prevent female moths from mating with their male counterparts.

Patchouli is tolerant of Australian conditions and given some minor attention, it will do well. The natural habitat of patchouli is in Malaysia and India, so it does prefer both humid and tropical conditions. However, it is not difficult to create a suitable environment in your own garden.

There are many uses for patchouli, perhaps the most well known use is in perfumes and as scented oils. One of the earliest known uses for patchouli was as protection from bed bugs and moths. Patchouli leaves were placed in shipments of Indian cashmere rugs, destined for England, as protection from moth damage. Ultimately, the cashmere shawls became known for the distinctive patchouli fragrance.

The leaves of the Pogostemon Cablin plant are used to make patchouli essential oil . It is a perennial herb native to and extensively cultivated in tropical regions in Asia, Brazil, and Hawaii. Patchouli oil has a medium to a thick consistency and a rich, dark golden brown colour and an aroma that can be best described as a strong combination of sweet, spicy and musky.

Because of its distinct fragrance, patchouli essential oil is widely used in the production of soaps, candles, detergents, and as a base note in many perfumes. Patchouli essential oil is highly valued in the perfume industry, and it is known to improve with age, depending on the raw material and proper storage . Over time, the patchouli scent is said to become richer and smoother.

Potent and sensual patchouli is of core essence to the house of Dior since the beginning of the New Look revolution from 1947.Full of elegance, composition Patchouli Imperial created by perfumer Francois Demachy is a celebration of this legendary oriental ingredient with sophisticated ingredients of this newly created composition. La Collection Couturier Parfumeur Patchouli Imperial was launched in 2011.

Experience the best moments with this Patchouli Unisex Perfume from Bella Vita. Assimilated with the outflow of patchouli, velvety and sensual fragrance makes it a perfect choice. ?Crafted with distinctive notes, every whiff makes a strong statement of your presence.

An uplifting bouquet that brings nature into your door steps brought to you by Abdul Samad Al Qurashi from the heart of nature and its inviting beauty. A merge of sweet savory peach, confident velvet rose, mystical patchouli and the earthy scent of cedar wood. 041b061a72


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