Fragrances

Creative Botanical Ingredients as part of the Botanical Innovations Group has developed a number of unique fragrance aromas for mindful health and wellness applications.

Our products include the sensual ancient Buddha Wood Essential Oil and Mimosa Absolute.

Perfume is potentially a carrier for the imagination. Perfume is thick; it is poison and pure desire; it is eros in person.
Serge Lutens

Buddha Wood Essential Oil a timeless woody aroma in the tradition of Sandalwood and Oud Australian Buddha Wood Essential Oil is a must have ingredient for a range of applications.

Mimosa Absolute a gentle fragrance aroma and base for the worlds most famous perfumes including: Chanel No. 5, Giivenchy Amarige, Estee Lauder Private Collectioin, Herme Caleche Fleur de Medierranee and L’Occitane Voage en Medierranee.

The history of health and wellness is intrinsically linked to fragrances and aromatherapy for the mental, spiritual and physical healing.

Three quarters of the emotions we generate on a daily basis are affected by smell, and, because of this, it is believed we are hundred times more likely to remember something we smell over something we see, hear or touch.

Many studies indicate fragrance olfactory stimulation of fragrances produces immediate changes in physiological parameters such as blood pressure, muscle tension, pupil dilation, skin temperature, pulse rate and brain. Hence, the studies in relation to the role of fragrances in the brain functions of healthy and diseased subjects have significantly increased in the past decades.

Current scientific theory is focused on the use of fragrance for a variety of managing memory loss, appetite, mood, stress and productivity.
Fragrances allow us to directly connect with the Nature and the physical world.

Perfume is like a parenthesis, a moment of freedom, peace, love and sensuality in between the disturbances of modern living.
Sonia Rykiel

Fragrance Stimulates a range of emotions and responses.


Memory
Mood
Stress
Emotions
Attention
Problem Solving
Friends
Health
Productivity
Communication

Contact us to create and innovate with fragrance.

Some Fragrance Applications and Trends:

  • Aromatherpeutics, the scientific application of aromatherapy for specific therapeutic treatments and improving health and wellness.
  • Slow release fragrances clothing, furnishings, health and beauty products
  • Aromatic work places to stimulate productivity
  • Aromatic healthcare treatments and clinical spaces to stimulate a variety of responses from memory, appetite, sleep to mood management.
  • Ambient scent to complement room temperatures, colour, mood, memory, relaxation and music.