Fragrance Du Bois are undoubtedly world-renowned experts in the field of protection and harvesting. Of Oudh - sometimes referred to as 'liquid gold'. In the field of perfumes, they undoubtedly position themselves as controlling the mixture of this legendary ingredient, and they do so using some of the best "noses" in the world. Based on Resin (Oud) From the very beginning it was clear that Fragrance Du Bois based their fragrances on the Oud derived from the dark resin wood of Aquilaria, another is a completely fascinating material, with this resin appearing in less than 7% of the trees in nature. Which explains why the material is so expensive and in demand. Moreover, often at the time of harvest there is less focus on sustainability and concern for the environment. Moreover, in fact due to illegal logging, wild resources were severely damaged. Therefore, since 2004, all aquaculture tree species have been protected under the International Trade Convention for Endangered Species. So Fragrance Du Bois took a stand by putting themselves at the forefront of condemning the use of steam from illegal sources - and beyond that, made it their mission to educate the perfume industry and fragrance buyers alike. They use only the pure oud oil, which is produced from trees that have been cultivated and managed in their orchards. Fragrance Du Bois - a specialty while while the fact that they only use while from their orchards, there is another aspect and that is that the quality of the ingredient in their perfumes can be guaranteed as well. Something that wildly changes from one fragrance house to another. And while other perfumes actually contain a drop of the actual ingredient, or even an imitation of it, their fragrances are made up of the real thing. This perfume house has some fragrances that simply cannot be ignored. Royal blends whose fragrances just make you fall in love with them. There is no doubt that a glance at their various collections shows how the use of this wood resin can be quite purposeful, especially since it is in expert hands. Think of the scent of the waves frothing in the wind as they shatter on the beach and you will be able to smell the Oud Bleu Intense perfume of the perfume Guillaume Flavini, for example. Here they are joined by cardamom, nutmeg and mandarin which add an aromatic freshness to the warmth offered by the organic vintage of the rich amber. Whereas for Oud Vert Intense, the perfume Oliver Pesco enhances the wonderfully bright character of the oud by blending sunlight with bergamot and ginger, the herbaceous heart of the geranium and coriander seeds with the alluvium of another smoky base of the cedar tree. By the way, all the perfumes of the brand are designed for both women and men. How do they do it? The question is how does this brand manage to express the talent of the various perfumes. Well the answer is very clear. Pushing perfumes to explore their creativity regardless of the cost of the ingredients they choose is undoubtedly important. And this is especially evident in the Privé collection, where each fragrance contains the character of a particular place, like an equally sophisticated Parisian Oud by Christian Provenzano, with roses, jasmine and leather as they echo the birthplace of the finest perfume, and the grass heritage of the perfumed leather gloves. But beyond the use of the talent of all these talented perfumes, the commitment of this brand to sustainability cannot be ignored. Their commitment is that every 50 ml and 100 ml bottle of Fragrance Du Bois sold will require the planting of at least two trees.