Scent Family


Discover the captivating world of fragrances, where compounds of ingredients create unique scents. These scents are subjective, as they evoke different memories, feelings, and interests in each individual. Let's explore the most common scents used in fragrances:


Aquatic smells evoke beachside scents like sea salt and ocean breezes. This scent is often associated with summertime, coastal destinations, or immersive shore and sand memories.


Flower petals and other botanical oils emit floral scents, often used in fragrances or perfumes. Common flowers used for these types of scents include rose, jasmine, gardenia, lavender, violet, and lily of the valley.


Fruity scents can radiate exotic, calming, or sweet fragrances. Soaps and lotions use fruit scents, such as lemon or citrus, for their fresh and therapeutic associations. Other fruits, such as coconut or kiwi, have a more tropical distinction.

Sweet and Spicy

Sweet scents combine oils from vanilla, chocolate, brown sugar, coffee, and caramel for a gourmand fragrance. This indulgent fragrance represents many of the foods it is derived from. Spicy scents can also originate from popular food sources, such as cardamom, mint, clove, cinnamon, ginger, and pepper. Spicy aromas are typically long-lasting and highly fragrant.


Bottle the scents of trees, nature trails, and outdoor adventures for a woody smell. Woody scents use trees, roots, moss, leaves, and grasses to exact oils for these fragrances. Popular sources include cedar, amber, sandalwood, balsam, and other wood.


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