As already mentioned in previous articles that reveal the history and properties of perfumes, perfume fragrance consists of a certain composition, verified over the years — a mixture of natural and fragrant substances that make up its composition, a harmonious fusion of individual odors. They can be of both plant and animal origin.
While the world of fragrant substances of plant origin is very diverse: cinnamon oil, vanilla, lavender, Jasmine, rose, oak moss, all kinds of resins…, the natural substances of animal origin are only four — amber, castoreum, musk and civet. Let’s focus on each of them separately. Continue reading