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Presentazione di Bassi Emma e Berti Martina, 4C Liceo Linguistico

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English perfumes

  1. 1. Bassi Emma Berti Martina 4^CL ENGLISH PERFUMES how to make your own perfume at home
  2. 2. Egyptians were responsible for the origin of perfume. They utilized scents in everything from religious ceremonies to burial preparations and even daily wear. The Persians took over the use of perfume as a sign of political status. It wasn't until the Greeks and Romans became acquainted with it that it began to be viewed as a form of art and produced en masse and in consistent quality. Perfume slowly spread throughout the globe, and for a while, scents were reserved mainly for use in religious ceremonies. In 1190 perfume began to be produced commercially in Paris, and from there, it blossomed into a massive industry once more . Today many perfumes utilize synthetic scents. Historically scents are derived from the essential oils of plants, animals, and even seaweed. History of perfume
  3. 3. Different types of perfumes The desired scents, in specific quantities, are combined with either ethanol or ethanol and water. The concentration of the scent depends on what kind of perfume is being made. True perfumes may have a composition of up to 40% of scent material.  Eau de Parfum will only have up to 20% of scent material in its mixture, resulting in a lighter, more subtle aroma. It all depends on the desired perfume profile and the scents that the perfumer wants to include  Esprit de Parfum is comprised of up to 30% of aromatics  Eau de Toilette will never have more than a 15% concentration. As to whether a scent appeals more to a male or female demographic, the identifier is in the fragrance notes
  4. 4. Ingredients & materials • Test tube • Round-bottomed flask • A non-pungent base oil • Essential oils * • Pure alchohol • Distilled water * good quality essential oils can be very expensive as they are pure distilled plant essences (Rose Maroc, Sandalwood, Violet leaf and Oakmoss); relatively inexpensive pleasant oils include Sweet Orange, Ginger, Grapefruit, Lemon, Geranium, Ylang Ylang, Cedarwood, Jasmine, Chamomile, and Lavender In the end the scents are added depending on what you want to create (Eau de Toilette, Perfume, Eau de Cologne)
  5. 5. The scents of a perfume can be classified into what’s called notes. There are three types of notes: Top notes: they are light and evaporates quickly. Examples include lemon, orange, grapefruit, lime, tangerine, bergamot, eucalyptus, lavender, lemongrass, peppermint, spearmint Middle notes: these form the real “heart” of the fragrance and are commonly floral, imparting warmth and fullness. Common heart or middle notes include Jasmine, Orange flower, Geranium, Rose, Violet leaf, Melissa, Myrtle Base notes: they are heady, thick, sometimes mysterious, and often derived from barks, resins, saps and grasses. Some common base notes are Sandalwood, Vanilla, Musks, Oakmoss, Cedarwood, Ginger, Glove, Rosewood, Clove, Patchouli Different types of notes English fragrances are commonly floral, fresh and woody aromas.
  6. 6. Bluebell (Eau de Toilette) Created in 1978, this is the pure and unadulterated distillation of the scent of bluebell woods. Tremendously evocative of wet earth, moss and rain, it instantly transports you to the woodland, surrounded by dripping leaves, skin tingling with spring. The telltale earthy sweetness of hyacinths rises through the soft citrus Head Notes and mingles with rose, lily and jasmine at the heart. As it settles the flowers give way to spicy clove and cinnamon and the unique textural base note of bittersweet galbanum. Head Notes Citrus Heart Notes Hyacinth, Lily Of The Valley, Cyclamen, Jasmine And Rose Base Notes Galbanum, Clove And Cinnamon
  7. 7. Artemisia (Eau de Parfum) Artemisia is a beautifully silky fragrance, inspired by romantic tales from Greek Mythology and named in honour of Artemis, the Goddess of the hunt whose symbol was the Moon. At the base of Artemisia is a creamy, almost caramel sweet blend of vanilla and amber, which unfolds underneath a lunar veil of jasmine, violets and lily of the valley and delicate top notes of orchard fruits and crisp green foliage. Head Notes Nectarine and Green Foliage Heart Notes Green Apple, Lily Of The Valley, Jasmine Tea, Violet And Vanilla Base Notes Oakmoss, Sandalwood, Musk, Amber And Vanilla
  8. 8. Some recipes of English perfumes FreshandKicky(Vetiver, Ginger, Grapefruit) 17 drops grapefruit essential oil 14 drops ginger essential oil 10 drops vetiver essential oil Romantically Wistful (Rose, Lime, Vetiver) 25 drops rose essential oil 10 drops lime essential oil 10 drops vetiver essential oil Sensuously Deep (Ylang-Ylang, Sweet Orange, Cedarwood) 20 drops sweet orange essential oil 15 drops ylang-ylang essential oil 10 drops cedarwood (or sandalwood) essential oil

Presentazione di Bassi Emma e Berti Martina, 4C Liceo Linguistico

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