Road to Samarkand Perfume Oil
Before the Silk Road was called the Silk Road, it was simply called the Road to Samarkand, the shining center of trade that became modern day Uzbekistan. This is a blend of frankincense, sweet orange, and vanilla (even though it was only introduced to the Silk Road as a second-hand post-Ottoman commodity) essential oils and synthetic (the real stuff is endangered, so I refuse to use it) sandalwood fragrance oil. The result is warm and woody with a sweet brightness to it, and yummy on both men and women.
**Frankincense is a strong respiratory stimulant, so if you're asthmatic, you have no business smelling this.
About .3oz in a little glass bottle complete with roll-on thinger. Individually shrink wrapped, and tested on friends, not animals.
The carrier oils I use are fractionated coconut oil and unrefined hemp seed oil, which make for a light, non-greasy feel when applied. The vitamin e is in there as an antioxidant. You'll notice the shocking lack of alcohol.
Ingredients: Fractionated Coconut Oil; Unrefined Hemp Seed Oil; Fragrance; Tocopherol (Vitamin E)