BY PAMELA HIDALGO
Information about our product and fragrance Dyte
Here are several photos of Aphrodite to see that the creams perfumes come from nature and the sea
As we did the perfume Dyte
Today many essential oils that form the basis of a perfume produced artificially in the laboratory by odor molecules, but the most exclusive brands still use flowers and plants. Its olfactory qualities depend on factors such as time of collection. Jasmine, for example, should be caught at dawn, before the sun exhausts its smell. Flowers are then placed in a maceration or methanol-ethanol solvent for waxes and plant essences are diluted when the solvent is evaporated, a paste is called concrete. After this is dissolved in alcohol and distilled to get the absolute, a thick liquid that is the pure essence of the plant in question. To get a kilo of absolute jasmine or rose are required nothing short of 2-4 tonnes of flowers!
At the end is the nose or perfumer, who as a painter mixes colors, must develop the perfume nose playing with a palette of hundreds or even thousands of fragrances with which to work. Its ability to combine and harmonize the aromatic tones you choose will depend on the final outcome lies in the jar.
Jasmine Flower Photos
They have a tubular calyx, with five petals and two stamens attached to the corolla tube with yellow anthers. The fruits are black berries when ripe with with 1-4 seeds.The exhale fragrance of flowers is very intense and is perceived as a sweet aroma.
The raw materials for perfumes come from plants, especially flowers, and animals. Some are being replaced by synthetic scents.
The large flowers, exhaling a strong fragrance, especially at night, have six petals in a variety of colors that includes white, yellow, orange, pink and purple. The reasons include spots, brush strokes and toes. Flowering occurs in summer.