Love for natural fragrance is inherent in humankind. After all, it’s part of human culture and in some cases, even spiritual significance. That’s why, perfume is automatically takes us back to the glorious civilizations around the world. And when it comes to ancient fragrances, Oud or Oudh sits at the top of this list. Oudh, Oud, Oudh Oil, Essential Oils or agarwood is one of the .
Forget the eyes. We’re letting you in on a little secret: the true window to your soul is actually… your signature fragrance. American comedian Mindy Kaling absolutely nailed it when she said that, if she ever were to create an app, she would make a “Shazaam for perfumes”. Truer words were never spoken, Mindy – aren’t we all on a quest to define our own signature scent? .
I get to hear this a lot, especially in Australia. Without doubt, many of the readers of this blog too might have heard this first time. In simple words, most of people (excluding the passionate and well-informed organic perfume lovers) aren’t aware of the ‘Oudh’ perfume. Let me enlighten you about Oudh perfume. Oudh is valued in many ancient cultures for its distinguishing fragrance. Oudh .