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  • Violet
    This high rate of fragrant essential oil Parma violet and Victorian flower is obtained by means of melting of the fat. It was the favorite smell of Queen Victoria time. Second odour obtained from violet leaves adds to the perfumes earthy, herbal note. As violet extract is very expensive, this scent is prepared synthetically on the basis of a base ...
  • Honey
    Produced by bees from the nectar of flowers perfumes today are familiar with this material is replaced with synthetic. The smell of honey is quite persistent, and once in Arabic perfumes are used. "Thierry Mugler" brand "Angel" in the top notes smell and "Estee Lauder" brand "White Linen" fragrance notes are used as the base.
  • Bulgarian Rose
    Damascus rose (Rosa Damascena) is grown in Rose Valley in Bulgaria and Turkey. Damascus roses were introduced to Europe by the Crusaders fighters. Bulgarian Rose over the world is considered to be the most beautiful smell the roses. 450 grams of fat is needed to achieve the 1800 roses. 82% of women in rose oil odor and is used in 12% of all men's ...
  • Carnation
    This a very well-known flower is grown in the south of France. Spicy clove, cloves (spice)-like smell an odor blend adds to the warm and emotional notes. White carnations, are preferred because it has the strongest odor. The most prominent of clove-scented perfume is L'Air du Temps (Ricci).
  • Castor Oil
    It is a natural secretion of beavers and is used to create leather or chypre notes. Nowadays only synthetic forms of the stabilizer is used. Ysatis Givenchy perfumes such as castor oil is used as the base note.
  • Bay Leaf Oil
    This live hard and spicy oil is distilled from the leaves of laurel Europe. Bay leaf oil is usually used as a base note in masculine scent.
  • Freesia
    This sweet-smelling iris family members grow in Africa. Freesia’s fragrance could never be increased successfully, so for perfume is produced synthetically. It is used as the base or middle note.
  • Narcissus
    This flower’s oil is removed by means of the volatile solvents or impregnation of fats. Yellow and white flowers are expensive and much valued by perfumers stunning emit an odor. Daffodils most commonly used as base notes.
  • Rose Wood
    Balsamic essential oils of rosewood has light rose scented notes and is obtained by steam distillation. It is often used in lilac and lily perfume. We can see rosewood in the upper notes of Desire (Dunhill) and Wish (Chopard).
  • Melon
    Watermelon, honeydew melons or cantaloupe odors are provided via steam distillation or synthetic production to use in perfume.
  • Juniper Cyclamen Melon Apricot Kernel Oil Bitter Almond Oil
  • Orange Blossom Oil Jojoba Glycerin Lemon Oil Narcissus
SERVICE

The philosophy and understanding behind BUHARA ESANS is “products with high quality and standards” and “complete customer satisfaction”. We managed to keep the level high both in quality standardization and customer satisfaction with the help of constant innovative mentality, expert staff in the field and effective price policy.

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VISION

Becoming a model instituiton which represents our country in the international cosmetic market with a different point of view that we brought into perfume and increasing the market share in Turkey.

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MISSION

Creating perfume which reflects dreamlands of people and making a new point of view in perfume usage with the belief that “perfume will change”.

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