Fragrances have their own set of vocabulary which makes it hard to know what some websites and places are talking about when revealing their newest fragrance. Some of the terminologies are so complex, it can be intimidating to approach and even start to learn what they mean. We are here to change that! These words are the basics in fragrance vocabulary that can help a fragrance expert review some terms and will also help someone just starting to take how they smell seriously understand all the different aspects of a fragrance.View full article →
When designing our Solid Cologne, we put an emphasis on making every facet of its design a pleasure to use. However, using it properly may not be self-evident
Whether you’re new to our solid colognes, or even if you’re an old pro who just wants a little reassurance, here is our comprehensive guide to using solid cologne.View full article →
Tea Tree oil is inarguably one of the most useful essential oils around. It also has one of the most confusing names in all of the English language.
Also known as the Narrow-leaved Paperbark, the Tea Tree is a small tree native to Australia, with the scientific name, Melaleuca Alternifolia.
Here's the tricky part. The Melaleuca Alternifolia is not at all related to the tree, Camellia Sinensis, which produces the five main types of tea that we drinkView full article →