Specimen #3 – Obtained from the Trappist-1 planetary system in the constellation Aquarius. From Trappist-1e, this sample reveals a warm, spicy floralcy with subtle metallic nuances. Spectral analysis reveals scent molecules that are similar to several earth flowers, most notably jasmine, carnation, rose, and tuberose.
Extra Info Below if You're Curious!
Imagine the thrill of discovering life on other planets: non-carbon-based organisms nourished by light with a spectrum far different from our own, gravity and atmosphere shaping and coloring every species. This type of speculation is the inspiration behind the Exobotany Series.
Perfume Family: Abstract Modern
Scent Strength: Perfume Oil Format, Extrait/Perfume Strength
Contains True Animalics: No
Planet Image, Free from RGBStock.com,
Poster Image, Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech
Bottle Image, AmberJobin.com
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Industry-wide standards for fragrance concentration are all over the map. There are some generally accepted guidelines that give wide latitude to the maker of the scent.
Eau de Cologne (EdC): 3-8%
Eau de Toilette (EdT): 5-15%
Eau de Parfum (EdP): 15-30%
Extrait (Extract or Perfume): 15-40%,
(IFRA guidelines specify a minimum of20% for Extrait)
My standards are very high and so are the concentrations of my fragrances.
Aether Art Perfume Concentrations:
Eau de Cologne (EdC): 10%
Eau de Toilette (EdT): 15%
Eau de Parfum (EdP): 25%
Extrait (Extract or Perfume): 40-50%,