Hibiscus Perfume

A sweet and sour fragrance!

Type:

Flower

Olfactory facet:

Obtained from:

Synthetic molecule

Geographical origin:

Africa and Asia

VOIR NOS PARFUMS À L'HIBISCUS

Hibiscus perfume is a natural product that has been used for centuries for its aromatic and medicinal properties...

Bon Parfumeur's hibiscus perfumes

 

Our products are made in France and contain only top-quality ingredients. The brand focuses on creating fragrances that are easy to wear every day, and suitable for a variety of styles and personalities.
You can now find our eau de parfum n°103, which combines hibiscus as a top note with tiare flower and jasmine. You'll also find vanilla and musk in the base notes. These fragrances are available in 30 ml, 50 ml and 100 ml bottles.

 

SUMMARY
04. Popular hibiscus perfumes
 


What does the word hibiscus mean?

 

Hibiscus is a plant in the Malvaceae family, native to Asia and Africa. In English, the word "hibiscus" is derived from the Latin term "hibiscus," which, as mentioned earlier, originated from the Greek word "hibískos." The English language adopted the term from Latin, preserving its association with the hibiscus plant.

The Latin term "hibiscus" likely served as the direct source for the English word "hibiscus" to describe the flowering plant. This term has been widely used in English botanical and horticultural contexts to refer to various species of the hibiscus plant, including the popular Hibiscus rosa-sinensis.

 

 

In the beginning…

 

Hibiscus has a long history in cultures around the world. The ancient Egyptians believed that the fragrance of hibiscus had aphrodisiac properties and used it to perfume their hair and clothes. The Greeks and Romans also used hibiscus tea as a medicinal remedy to treat fevers and digestive disorders.

In the Middle Ages, hibiscus was introduced to Europe by the Arabs and quickly became popular for its medicinal and ornamental properties. The plant was cultivated in royal gardens and used to create perfumes and cosmetics. Today, hibiscus is grown all over the world and used in a variety of products, including teas, drinks, jams and cosmetics.

 

Originally from Asia and Africa, it can now be found in many parts of the world, including South America, Australia and the Pacific Islands. The most common varieties are tropical hibiscus and hibiscus syriacus, also known as rose of Sharon.

 

Hibiscus is grown for its vibrant, colorful flowers, which can be red, pink, yellow, orange or even purple. The flowers are often used as decoration for special events such as weddings and religious celebrations. In addition to its medicinal and cosmetic uses, hibiscus is also used in the food industry to give a sweet, fruity flavor to drinks and dishes.


 

 

What do you know about hibiscus in perfumery?

 

The hibiscus perfume is recreated from accords to faithfully reproduce the characteristic scent of this flower. Hibiscus is a delicate, complex flower with floral, slightly sweet and sometimes slightly tart notes. The accords enable perfumers to capture these specific nuances by using synthetic and natural ingredients that recreate the scent of hibiscus in a more controlled and consistent way. This results in a fragrance that evokes the essence of hibiscus while offering a pleasant, harmonious olfactory experience. Accords also provide creative flexibility to play with other notes and create unique compositions.


The processing and transformation of accords in perfumery involves the selection of synthetic and natural ingredients to recreate the scent of hibiscus. These ingredients are carefully blended in precise proportions, then evaluated and adjusted by the perfumer. The hibiscus accord can then be integrated into the overall composition of a perfume, combined with other notes to create an olfactory harmony. The perfume is left to mature, allowing the different notes to blend, then filtered to remove impurities. The process, though simplified, reflects the key stages in the transformation of hibiscus accords into perfumery, creating captivating fragrances.


This fragrance is appreciated for its sweetness and unique floral scent, with slightly tart, fruity notes that evoke memories of exotic vacations! Ideal for men's and women's fragrances. This scent gives off a delicate, sweet scent reminiscent of a tropical garden bathed in sunshine. Hibiscus flower is often associated with love, beauty and passion, making it the perfect ingredient for romantic and sensual fragrances. Hibiscus-based fragrances are often blended with other floral notes to create delicate, gentle scents suitable for all occasions.

 

Hibiscus perfumes can be worn alone or blended with other scents to create a unique, personalized fragrance. Hibiscus-based eaux de toilette are used to refresh and perfume the skin throughout the day.

Hibiscus scent goes well with other floral notes such as rose, orange blossom and ylang-ylang, as well as fruity notes like peach and pineapple. It can also be blended with woodier, spicier notes to create a more complex, sophisticated fragrance. Hibiscus adds a sweet, floral touch to fragrances, making them feel fresh and light.


 

INTERESTING FACT! 


The benefits and virtues of hibiscus are numerous. This plant is rich in antioxidants, vitamin C and alpha-hydroxy acids, which are beneficial to the skin. It helps prevent wrinkles and improve skin texture. In addition, hibiscus flower extracts have anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, making them useful for treating skin problems such as acne and eczema.


Hibiscus is also beneficial for digestive health. The flowers contain soluble fibers that help regulate cholesterol and blood sugar levels. The plant is also known to have diuretic properties, which can help reduce water retention and improve kidney function. Finally, hibiscus can help reduce blood pressure, making it a natural remedy for those suffering from hypertension.


Hibiscus is a popular ingredient in beauty products due to its moisturizing and antioxidant properties. Hibiscus flower extracts are often used in lotions, creams and face masks to help protect skin from free radical damage and improve skin elasticity. The alpha-hydroxy acids present in hibiscus act as a gentle exfoliant, helping to remove dead skin cells and reveal smoother, more radiant skin. In addition, it is also used in hair products to help strengthen hair and improve its texture. Hibiscus flower extracts are rich in vitamins and minerals that help nourish hair follicles, improving overall hair health. Due to its high citric acid content, hibiscus is also useful for combating dandruff and hair loss.

 



Popular hibiscus perfumes

 

There are many hibiscus-based fragrances on the market, each offering a unique olfactory experience:

• Hibiscus Palm eau de toilette by Aerin features hibiscus accompanied by ylang-ylang flower and ginger in the top notes, and tiare flower and frangipani petals in the middle notes. This fragrance belongs to the floral olfactory family.


• Hibiscus Mahajad by Maison Crivelli is a renowned fragrance creation from the French niche perfume house. Maison Crivelli Hibiscus Mahajad Extrait de Parfum features hibiscus, an exotic flower with vibrant, colorful petals, to offer a captivating olfactory experience. This hibiscus eau de parfum is described as a luminous, bewitching floral fragrance with the softness of vanilla, evocative of sunny, tropical landscapes. Combining hibiscus with notes such as jasmine, cinnamon, rose damascena, leather, sandalwood and amber, this complex composition transports the senses to exotic, sensual lands. Hibiscus Mahajad is often considered a fragrance reminiscent of vacations and lush gardens, offering an intoxicatingly exotic olfactory experience.

• Hibiscus Abelmoschus from Chloé's Atelier des Fleurs collection is a modern, elegant interpretation of hibiscus. This collection of fragrances dedicated to flowers offers unique creations featuring different flowers, and Hibiscus Abelmoschus focuses specifically on hibiscus. The fragrance is described as delicate and refined, offering a subtle approach to this exotic flower. The main notes of this fragrance include hibiscus, accompanied by fruity notes, white amber and musk. Together, they create a light, fresh and subtle composition, reminiscent of the softness of delicate flowers. Hibiscus Abelmoschus embodies a soft, elegant olfactory experience, capturing the contemporary beauty of hibiscus.

 

 

 

 


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