Road to Samarkand Perfume Oil

Road to Samarkand Perfume Oil

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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)