Essential oils are used in perfumery, aromatherapy, cosmetics, incense, medicine, household cleaning products, and for flavoring food and drink. They are valuable commodities in the fragrance and food industries.Explore Now
Carrier oils are usually overlooked because they don’t contain the therapeutic constituents of other essential oils, but they can play an indispensable companion of topically applied oils.Shop The Collection
Incredible Indian Attar
Attar is a word, taken by Persian language, means are perfume, fragrance, Scent or essence. It is different from Essential Oil, Essential Oil are a real oil of herbs & plant but we can say attar an a perfumery compounds of natural essential oils & herbs.EXPLORE NOW
Pure Essential Oils Infused With Goodness
Essential oils are aromatic and concentrated plant derivatives that are selectively extracted through the process of steam distillation, resin tapping, or cold pressing. In order to optimise their effectiveness, we sell Indian essential oils, blends and oil-infused products with the highest concentration of powerful, unique, naturally occurring essential oil constituents. Experience our assorted range of pure and absolute essential oil handcrafted blends that are suitable for medicinal, aromatic, as well as food flavouring applications.
Carrier Oil— The indispensable Companion!
Carrier oils are plant-based base oils extracted from the seeds, kernels or nuts, collected through the process of cold pressing to be used in aromatherapy. They are used to dilute absolute essential oils and make them suitable for the application. Most carrier oils are either unscented or mildly scented and don't intervene with the therapeutic properties of the essential oils.
Traditional Indian Attar— A fragrance larger than life.
Attar is a Persian term meaning fragrance or scent. These are highly potent aromatic essential oil blends extracted from botanical sources, which are primarily the essence of exotic flowers, plants, woods, and even spices alongside some other ingredients. Most commonly, these oils are derived through the process of hydro or steam distillation. Many Attars are used as perfumes, but they are also used for therapeutic and aphrodisiac purposes.