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The Scent Blog
Frankincense has been known since ancient times as a relaxing and a stress reliever compound. We will introduce you to the benefits of frankincense as it has a nice aromatic scent and multiple health and psychological benefits.
Perfume your house with a smokey scent using the traditional and classical Bakhur.
Luban, also called” gum Arabic” or “frankincense” is a natural gum that holds the benefits you've been waiting for.
When I wear Musk, the secret of the scent I exude is rare, sweet and lingering.
Amber which was historically called the “Gold of the Sea” is the world’s oldest and most desired treasure. Amber was washed up on the shores around the world in a state where its beauty was preserved. It is a symbol of protection and renewal.
Florals are known to be charmingly simple with a signature quality, that transports people to a place that’s optimistic and beautiful.
Of all best things that are natural, Miswak is one of them. The natural thin stick that is used as an alternative to both toothbrushes and toothpaste. Try miswak and shine your smile.
Rings naturally carry secret stories, whether to add a touch to your look, make a statement, use it as gifts, or even express your own personality. Read about Aqeeq stones and many other types of rings.
Feeling a bit unsure about your ring size? Don’t worry. We’re providing tips on how to find your own ring size at home to confidently choose what suits you.
A Nubian civilization called the Kingdom of Kush, often ruled by a queen, was home to the Nile River and mountains. They used incense and perfume oils in a spiritual manner and during their own unique ceremonies. Read more here!
4,000 years ago, the people of the Vedic Civilization made various oil blends held in jars that were made from decorated clay, bronze, and copper, while they also perfumed their surroundings using their own bakhoor. Read more here!
Around 6,000 years ago, the land between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers birthed the first ancient civilization known to man; Mesopotamia. Read more for Mesopotamia's historical use of bakhoor.
One way the Ancient Egyptians were similar to us, was in their innate sense of smell. Though they did not discover the use of incense, or bakhoor as it is known in some regions, they are amongst the first to have recorded their use.