Resin

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Perfume Resin Notes Base notes

Oriental balsamic group

Elemi tree resin:

Canarium luzonicum: A tropical tree native to the Philippines, it also grows in Malaysia, Papua New Guinea and other Pacific islands, and is an evergreen tree that produces nut-like fruits inside. It is in the same family as Myrrh and Frankincense.


Elemi tree resin is a pale yellowish substance with a dark honey consistency. Aromatic elemi oil is steam distilled from the resin obtained from the Canarium Luzonicum tree. It smells strongly of pine and lemon, resinous, citrus, peppery and slightly spicy.

Elemi is a rare and valuable essential oil that has been revered for centuries. They are oils obtained from plants by steam distillation and pressing methods, which have been known since 3000 BC and are still used in medicine, alternative therapy and cosmetics.



Some perfumes used in Elemi:


Spicebomb Viktor&Rolf for men

Allure Homme Sport Chanel for men

Sauvage Christian Dior for men

Eau Sauvage Parfum 2017 Christian Dior

Eau des Merveilles Hermès for women


 

African Copal Bark

Daniella oliveri

Extraction Method: CO2 Extracted


Africa Copal Bark is a very precious, rare, valuable and exotic extract oil. This botanical ingredient comes from a large deciduous tree found in the tropical areas of Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone etc.



The Copal Bark oil extract we provide comes from the bark of the Daniella oliveri, not the resin from the tree. This results in a full bodied statement of the essence of the Daniella oliveri tree.


Aromatic Scent: Soft, rich, earthy, with notes of milky buttery amberish, sweet caramel nuances, vaguely orientalist.


Copal Bark oil adds a complex honeyed, sweetness, and a depth in botanical perfumery.


 


Black copal resin:

Protium Paniculatum

Protium grandifolium

Method Extraction: Steam distilled


Black Copal is a tree resin native to Central/South America, widely used as an offering to the Mayan pagan idol gods, and was considered the "food of the gods." Obtained from Protium grandifolium A resin traditionally used for funerals and divine rituals. Unlike other sweet mild copal types, it has a more vibrant and complex strong, balsamic and even mystical scent.



A species with pine-like undertones, it is ethereal, lively, bright and resinous, but also green, peppery and elemi spicy, the green fresh notes are plentiful and persistent, even resembling a hollyhock scent.


 

African Copal Resin

Daniella oliveri

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled


Copal Resin Essential Oil Botanical name of the oil is Daniella olivera. Copal word is derived from the Nahuatl language word copalli meaning incense.



Oil is extracted from the resins of copaiba tree using special low heat and low atmospheric pressure. Copal resin oil is being used for its medicinal properties. Oil is very rare and unusual commonly found in the savanna and grasslands of Kenya.


Mossy citrus undertone odor, pleasantly warm, comforting, sticky, resinous aroma with some amber type qualities and some sweetened nuances.


Blends Well With: Muhuhu, Basil, vetiver, Lemon, Musk, Amber, Cedar Atlas, Porcini mushroom absolute, Ozonic notes, Oceanic notes.


Some perfumes used in Copal:

Become the Shaman DSH Perfumes

Les Lunatiques Lvnea

Pure Incense Sultan Pasha

Marlene Sixteen92

Black Sheep House of Matriarch

 

Blue frankincense tree resin Hojari:


Boswellia sacra

It is known as the most precious incense obtained from the resin produced by cutting the tree trunk, which is accepted as the best and most noble harvested in the wild in the world. The resin secreted by the trees growing in the mountainous region of Oman is taken with a copper alembic and steam distilled pure oil is used in perfumes as base notes. . The roots of this type of incense go back more than five thousand years in human history.



Used only in premium perfumes, this natural oil is extraordinarily sweet, almost floral, like pine, citrus and eucalyptus, yet smoky yet refreshingly



 

Olibanum Tree resin:

It has warm, rich, sweet balsamic undertones and a foggy spice-like, but more smoky scent than blue frankincense. This resin, which is frequently used in oriental middle east style perfume blends, is obtained by steam distillation of the resin obtained from a kind of tree grown in Africa and the Arabian peninsula.



 

Frankincense tree resin:




Frankincense tree resin: It is very similar to Olibanum tree resin. It is obtained by steam distillation method from the resin leaking from tree trunks. It is a tree species that usually grows in African countries and contains sooty, hazy, wooden balsamic oriental nuances. It is often used as base notes in perfumes.


Some perfumes using frankincense:



Bentley For Men Absolute Bentley

Sauvage Parfum Dior for men

Sable Nuit Giorgio Armani

Desert Eden Estée Lauder

Shade Lush


 

Myrrh tree resin:

Myrrh tree resin essential oil is obtained from the gummy resin of the small, thorny Myrrh tree and has been used for centuries as perfume, incense for alternative medicine, health, beauty, internal and external diseases. It was also used in mummification and religious ceremonies in ancient Egypt. It has a warm balsamic, sweet aromatic spicy scent, usually grown in Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.


Some perfumes using myrrh frankincense:


Eau Sauvage Parfum Dior

Bois D'Argent Dior

Rose de Chine Tom Ford

Ambra Aurea Profumum Roma

Myrrhe Impériale Giorgio Armani


 

Opoponax tree resin:

Opoponax tree resin: an oriental fragrance often used in perfumes. It contains sweet, bitter, earthy and musky, slightly woody, balsamic nuances. It has a sweeter, softer and longer lasting aroma compared to myrrh resin. It is usually obtained from African countries and is steam distilled from the Leaked resin from the damage done to the tree.


Some perfumes using Opoponax:


Interlude Man Amouage for men

Shalimar Eau de Parfum Guerlain

Flower by Kenzo Kenzo

Blu Cobalto I Valmont

Ciara Revlon for women



 

Mastic gum tree and resin:

It is a tree species that usually grows in the Mediterranean climate.

Mastic gum tree: acrid sooty resinous, herbaceous pine, warm, bitter, balsamic, green odor reminiscent of hollyhock, but with softer nuances. It is obtained from the branches, leaves and trunk of the mastic tree or from the resin oozing from the tree.

Rose blends well with lavender, rosewood in the perfume blend.


Some perfumes using mastic gum:


Infusion d'Iris Prada

Noir Pour Femme Tom Ford

Voyager Spirit Oriflame

Polvere d'Iris Helan for women

No 8 Eutopie


 

Labdenum resin:

It is a very thick dark resin obtained from labdenum resin. It is a resin odor obtained by absolite or steam distillation. It is mostly used in oriental perfumes.


Balsamic and sweet have quite different nuances reminiscent of leather, ambergris is also used as an alternative. It is used as a base note in perfumes and blends well with notes such as musk, oudh, vanilla, coffee.


Some perfumes using labdanum resin:



Le Lion de Chanel Chanel

Bois d'Encens Giorgio Armani

L’Ambre des Merveilles Hermès

Rose de Chine Tom Ford

Psychedelique Jovoy Paris




 

Copaiba:

Copaiba tree resin is a resin that grows in tropical climates and is obtained by opening holes in the tree trunk. It has a warm, soft, creamy, honey-like, rich and pleasant fragrance.


Some perfumes using Copaiba:


Ekos Alma Natura for women

Homem Cor.Agio Natura for men

Linda Brasil O Boticário

Copaíba Natura for men

Essencial Único Natura



 

Peru balsam:

Peru balsam balm After removing the bark strips from the tree, it secretes the wood balm that is exposed and the balm in the bark is boiled to produce the resin scent.


Peru balsam balsam comes from Myroxylon tree and Tolu balsam comes from Quina Balsamo produced, both different resin derivatives differ in production and odor profile; It is a dark brown, thick liquid that, while being slightly sweeter than Peru Balsam, is also resin-like and contains an earthy, slightly bitter, soft, balsamic-based note. Warm amber, vanilla, benzoin nuances.

Some perfumes using Peru balsam:



Mukhallat Montale

Metallique Tom Ford

Lost Cherry Tom Ford

El Born Carner Barcelona

Myrrhe Carmin Givenchy



 

Amber:

Amber oil is obtained from the fossilized sap of prehistoric cones and resin. Amber is a fossil resin.

This resin, which hardens and dries after leaking out of the resin bark due to the injury of the tree trunks and has been waiting under the ground for many years, takes its final form.



However, amber, which is essentially odorless, consists of a mixture of vanilla, Tonka, Peru Balsam, Tolu Balsam, Benzoin, Labdanum after going through a special process for perfumes. Sweet, balsamic, and vaguely vanilla nuances reminiscent of warm, smoky leather.


Some perfumes using amber:


Alien Mugler for women

Ambre Nuit Dior

Luna Rossa Black Prada

Olympéa Intense Paco Rabanne

The One for Men Dolce&Gabbana


 

Dragon blood


Great and deep amazon


Dragon Blood contains a pure resin from the Croton lechleri ​​tree , which is called Dragon Blood (Sangre de Drago). Croton lechleri ​​is a tree growing in South America in the Andes and also in the tropical forests of the upper Amazon. Sangre is obtained by cutting the bark of a tree. A thick dark red resin flows out from the bark. It looks like the tree is bleeding. Dragon Blood Resin is imported from Equator-Peru, where it is collected by indigenous Indian collectors in the rainforests.




Croton lechleri

Extraction: Steam distillation and Molecular distillation 'Double procedure'



Croton lechleri L., in the family Euphorbiaceae, is a medicinal plant species used widely by multiple ethnolinguistic groups in the western Amazon basin to treat a variety of ailments.





Harvested by the natives mostly in the equatorial part of the tropical amazon rainforest, this mysterious fragrant resin has become one of the newly discovered species in the perfume world and has given very successful results.




Latin America, it is widely used as incense in Pagan rituals for different purposes such as talisman, exorcism and magic, amulet, mummification. It has been used as a root dye in fabrics and also because of its red pigments.



Botanical perfumery

To be used in perfumery; It is necessary to remove some unwanted components in it by molecular distillation method, So it needs a second distillation special procedure 'Rectified'



This is a pure therapeutic-quality aromatherapy essential oil produced using wild-crafted plants and traditional methods from Equator, Peru, and is obtained from the resin.



The oil is dark red in colour and has a deep, sweet but slightly, woody scent with animal accords containing bourbon vanilla, warm liquid sugar burn, salty/metallic blood, sweet balsamic, musky nuances.

Blends Well With: Jasmine, Musk, Vanilla, Resinous notes, Agarwood, Sandalwood, Birch tar, Caramel, Black tea. cedarwood, Black Spruce, Hay, Fig, Grape, Leather,


Dragon blood perfumes,

Santa Sangre Bortnikoff

Pink Palm Good Chemistry

Famonty Amberfig

Dragon Blood Cuir Vermillion

Flying Fairy Aroma d'Anima



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