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- Evernia prunastri, also known as oakmoss, is a species of lichen. It can be found in many mountainous temperate forests throughout the Northern Hemisphere...
- on cistus labdanum, and a mossy-animalic set of basenotes derived from oakmoss. Chypre perfumes fall into numerous cl****es according to their modifier...
- ylang-ylang, canation, orris, musk, patchouli, sandalwood, amber, vetiver and oakmoss. The bottle was designed by the artist Serge Mansau and was the first women's...
- Creed Aventus Note Pyramid Top Apple Blackcurrant Pineapple Bergamot Middle Juniper Berries Birch Patchouli Jasmine Base Vanilla Musk Oakmoss Ambergris...
- lavender flowers; as the more volatile components evaporate, the scents of oakmoss, derived from a species of lichen and described as woody, sharp and slightly...
- Evernia is a genus of bushy lichens in the family Parmeliaceae. Oakmoss Evernia prunastri is used as a fixative agent in Eau de Cologne within the perfume...
- contains a blend of bergamot, neroli, lavender and is accented with tobacco, oakmoss and vanilla. The scent is used in various Tabac branded products, including...
- Meaning Cyprus in French, this includes fragrances built on bergamot, oakmoss, and labdanum. Named after François Coty Chypre (1917). Modern example:...
- lily-of-the-valley and rose. Its base notes include sandalwood, amber, musk, cedar and oakmoss. CK One is considered to be a uni**** fragrance, and was the first uni****...
- It occurs in the root-bark of Pygeum africanum and Evernia prunastri (Oakmoss). There is evidence to suggest that it has antiandrogenic activity in humans...
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