Plot twist: Amber isn’t an ingredient with a scent. In perfumery, the resin is actually a building block of warm fragrances. The synthetic accord contains Benzoin, Labdanum and Vanilla and adds an element of sweetness and warmth.
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A synthetic ingredient with strong woody and ambery facets. Adds depth to other notes in a fragrance.
It’s a favorite of perfumer Christelle Laprade. She used it in Milk Expressive to balance out the fragrance’s fluffier, more edible notes.
A warm, woody balsamic scent with a hint of citrus. Amyris is often used as a Final note or fixative, or as a replacement for Sandalwood.
Amyris is one of the Final notes in our Bergamot fragrance. Maker Stephen Nilsen wanted to dry down the fragrance’s blend of bright, tonic First notes with a clean, woody finish.
A steaming mug of Earl Gray tea. This citrus is often used as a First note, and smells bright and bitter with a mild spice.
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The sharp, crisp inhale of a hot cup of tea. Adds a refreshing element to a fragrance.
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Evocative of a log cabin or a walk in the woods. Fresh, dry and woody, it adds a soothing, grounding quality to fragrances.
Warm and sweet, with a Cinnamon-like spice. Clove Bud comes from dried flower buds of clove trees.
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Not unlike the Coconut Water you'd find in your local supermarket, as a note in fragrance, Coconut Water is light, refreshing and slightly nutty.
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Cold Milk Accord
The perfect start to any day. A cool, clean glass of fresh Milk.
A fragrance accord is a blend of several ingredients or notes used to create a fuller picture. Milk Maker Christelle Laprade featured this accord in Milk Expressive.
Often used as a fixative, Elemi anchors other ingredients to the skin that would otherwise fade quickly. The resin has a spicy balsamic scent with hints of fresh pine and lemon.
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In aromatherapy, a heavy dose of the scent is used to open your sinuses and soothe your mind. In fragrance—where a significantly smaller portion of the ingredient is used by perfumers—Eucalyptus is a fresh and woody aromatic that usually opens a fragrance.
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The cozy crackling of a fireplace. Warm, woody and smoky. Will have you reaching for a warm blanket and a good book.
A fragrance accord is a blend of several ingredients or notes used to create a fuller picture. Christelle Laprade, one of our artisans, used Firewood Accord for the blazing finale of Milk+ Bold.