Monday, 3 August 2015

Tracking Changing Perceptions about Arabic Perfumes

Buying from Souks is Now Fashionable, Exploratory
Some people are stuck in time warp, still advocating that Arabic perfumes are not mean for everybody, insisting this is an acquired taste. However, don't agree with this perception. This is because there is something inherently soulfully uplifting about Arabian fragrances that appeal to every human sense, cutting through regional or socio-cultural differences. Arabic perfumes are not about buying scents from a particular culture. This is about giving your olfactory senses something better, purer and fresher, to feast upon—the use of pure Essential Oils in the Arabic perfume industry underlines this.

The Love for Arabic Scents is Universal, Unchallenged

There is no question of anybody not liking, or hating, these scents. The fragrances are as close you can get to God’s green outdoors. Ingredients are handpicked and extracted to ensure that the natural biological compounds are preserved. Absence of chemicals or excessive synthetics and diluters means you get an awesome perfume experience unlike the usual clutter of deodorants and scents sold on the shelves of bigger malls. This does not mean that Arabic perfumes are limited only to premium online sellers like or souks. The traditional marketplace has been breached, making Arabic perfumes easily available.

Embracing Purity, Organic Compositions

The growing consumer interest in the history and origins of this industry is make the journey more interesting for first-time buyers. Just consider this—regionally preferred Arabian scent ingredients like Bakhoor and Oudh were once considered an “Arab world thing”. Today, people are becoming appreciating about the purity of Oud and the fact that incense actually has aromatherapy-niche benefits. Woody flavor of Agarwood, despite its exorbitant price, is slowly gaining global popularity—across the male and female dominion.

Well-informed Customer is More Likely to Buy Agarwood Over Deodorants

What was once considered an endemic industry is now transforming with consumers ready to pay more for Arabic perfumes when compared to their Western counterparts! It is composition at play that is precipitating these changes among consumers are also embracing green lifestyles, cleaner living practices, healthy ingredients, organic ingredients, and carbon-limiting choices. Arabian fragrances are usually compose of natural essences where the purity of naturally extracted components is surprisingly higher than some of the bigger, designer perfumes that are often a concoction of different synthetics.

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