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Saudi Arabian BANAFA FOR OUD & PERFUMES incense. High-quality Burn Incense for an AMAZING FRESH HOME, SHOP or OFFICE. It is a gorgeous floral Bakhour, musky blend with roses, spicy notes.
Made in Saudi Arabia
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Oudh Touch Me has natural cambodian agarwood ( woodchips) soaked in fragrant oils. These chips are burned in incense burners to perfume the home and clothing specifically on special occasions. – Oudh Touch Me weaves together an aromatic bouquet of beautiful light and sweet oudh pieces soaked in attar, dehnal oudh, sandalwood, amber, khus and mixture of the essence of Oud, Musk, Rose and many exotic flowers.
Kashkha Muattar is the smile that brightens your day. Its light, spicy notes apple, cinnamon and saffron will leave you feeling irresistibly happy. Kashkha Muattar is the smile that brightens your day. Its light, spicy notes apple, cinnamon and saffron will leave you feeling irresistibly happy.
Top Note: Bergamot, Apple, Cinnamon
Middle Note: Saffron, Agarwood
Base Note: Cedar, Amber, Musk
Oudh Majun Maliki, To realize the dream of power and comfort, just closing your eyes is barely enough. Being aware of your ability, backing it to the core and putting your best foot forward is what will get you there. A promising life full of success is yours to achieve, but in the name of a driving force, you can count on the inspiring aroma of Oudh Majun Maliki. Let this magnificent bukhoor turn your surroundings into a palace as you visualize your royal dream and move closer to it with every whiff!
Oudh Bakhoor Etisalbi 60g
Oudh Etisalbi Incense by Nabeel Oudh Etisalbi is a beautiful blend of light and sweet oudh pieces soaked in fragrant oils. These chips are burned in incense burners to perfume the home and clothing specifically on special occasions. Note that these are woodchips dipped in fragranced oils and NOT naturally occurring unscented agarwood. To be burned on a small piece of hot coal or on an electric incense burner It is traditional to burn incense in the house and outside as it adds a beautiful fragrance to the dwelling.