Naturals

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  • Aloe Vera

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    If a green scent could murmur and purr, this one would. Aloe Vera is a light, almost transparent green fragrance, with a unique Aloe Vera twist that cannot easily be explained in words.Extracts from Aloe are widely used in cosmetics and alternative medicine, being marketed as variously having rejuvenating, healing, or soothing properties. There is,…

  • Argan

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    The fruit of the Argan tree contains a nut, and the oil extracted from that nut is used for everything from dipping bread and dressing salads, as well as in cosmetics, skincare and haircare products. The Library of Fragrance Argan fragrance is a celebration of the fruit and the nut, resulting in a dry fruity…

  • Bamboo

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    Sweet, fresh, Light and green. Bamboo regenerates itself eternally. The life span of a single bamboo is only about 20 years, but the grove stands forever. It is from the new, smaller shoots of the bamboo plant, very green with a light, fruity tone, that the delicate green scent of The Library of Fragrance Bamboo…

  • Basil

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    Sweet summer basil. Spicy, green, refreshing...everything a summer day could be asked for... It's not commonly known that basil originated in India. It was brought to the Mediterranean via the spice routes in ancient times. Basil spread to other parts of Asia, and became popular in the use of curries in Thailand, and in Italian…

  • Beeswax

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    The intoxicating scent of wax, honey and flower pollens is an irresistible call to the good life. Beeswax creates powerful memories of hot summer days and the freshest air imaginable, outdoors and far away from the urban sprawl. Breathe Deeply. Relax. Repeat.

  • Blueberry

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    An enticing and wearable mixture inspired by the deep fruit juice extract of the blueberry. This is a truly an American scent. Held in very high esteem by the American Indian, the wild blueberry forms a five-point star that the "Great Spirit" sent to relieve hunger. Indians also used blueberries for medicinal purposes and made…

  • Cannabis Flower

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    At The Library of Fragrance, we do not involve ourselves with the politics, but with the beautiful scent of the Cannabis Flower. Slightly floral, slightly spicy, but unmistakably Cannabis, this fragrance has a deep and penetrating beauty. Cannabis is the most durable of the hemp plants, and it produces the toughest cloth, called `canvass.' Canvass…

  • Chipotle Pepper

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    The Library of Fragrance Chipotle Pepper develops with an earthy, but mild spiciness, representative of the heat and distinctive smokiness that has made Chipotle a favorite American flavor. The scent, however, is very clean and fresh, while retaining some of the spice. Interestingly enough, Chipotles are late season JalapeƱo Peppers that are allowed to ripen…

  • Christmas Tree

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    In the 7th century a monk from Crediton, Devonshire, went to Germany to teach the Word of God. He did many good works there, and spent much time in Thuringia, an area that was to become the cradle of the Christmas Decoration Industry. Legend has it that he used the triangular shape of the Fir…

  • Coconut

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    A true Hawaiian staple. Demeter's Coconut is the scent of freshly picked coconut, slightly sweet, fresh, crisp and green-not the sweetened, processed variety. Delightful and almost edible

  • Cranberry

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    Cranberries are one of only three fruits native to North America -- the other two are blueberries and Concord grapes. This tasty little berry was a staple in the diets of American Indians long before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock. They used cranberry juice to dye their rugs and blankets a colorful red. And,…

  • Cucumber

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    Cucumber is one of our original scents, and still one of our favorites. The cucumber is believed native to India, and evidence indicates that it has been cultivated in western Asia for 3,000 years. From India it spread to Greece and Italy, where the Romans were especially fond of the crop, and later into China.…