Warm and enveloping sample set- 6 samples 0,5 ml of artisan olfactory art in a bottle

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Warm and enveloping sample set- 6 samples 0,5 ml of artisan olfactory art in a bottle

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Handmade item

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alcohol, essential oil, absolute, vanilla, cinnamon, cardamom, rose, coffe, Pure Essential Oils, natural fragrant plant extracts, natural co2 fragrant extracts, natural perfume, natural botanical extracts

Natural perfumes in a 0,5 ml samples.
6 samples of Warm and enveloping perfume collection.
Warm and warming, enveloping perfumes. Spices and vanilla, silk and cashmere, flowers, honey and balsams.

1) Shiny Amber is sunshine in a bottle. A perfume about summer warm, about glowing resins and sunlight, hidden in the depths of ancient fossilized amber. The warm dence heart amber accord is surrounded by bright sweet citruses and honeylike flowers. It’s main amber accord has been composed with two types of amber : “vegetable amber” – sweet resins of different plants, and “animal amber” – genuine ambergris (here I used tinctured beach harvested ambergris from New Zealand)
The aroma is shimmering with all shades of amber, it warms and relaxes.
If dubbed, the perfume comes as rich and dence amber scent with a bright sweet start. Eau de parfum in spray-form is airy, light and very warm, like a cashmere-silk shaul. Shiny Amber could be the ideal choice to wear when the weather is nasty and gloomy. And it smells magnificent when it’s really cold!
Ginger, lemon, bergamot, yuzu, jasmine, champaka, benzoin, labdanum, vanilla, tonka bean, ambergris

2) Coffee and chocolate
A gourmet fragrance. First sip full of sunlight and oranges. Coffee, tangy and smoky, and chocolate with spices. Time stops at the point of balance, warm, vivid, pulsating.
Cocoa, coffee, bitter orange, orange blossom absolute, black pepper, jasmine, patchouli, vetiver, labdanum, sandalwood and vanilla.

3) Morocco
Oriental floral fragrance with a rose, playing a solo. Blazing wind, all the hues of sienna, far travels, colorful bazaars of the East, lush roses, and arid sands.
Neroli, frankincense, Choi loban, cassia, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg,
aurikulyatum jasmine, Moroccan rose, Bulgarian rose, sandalwood, labdanum, vetiver, patchouli, tonka bean.

4) My vanilla
Is anticulinary, balsamic and woody oriental fragrance. Sea voyages, exotic flowers, tarred pine of ship deck, fumes of incenses and spices.
Black pepper, frankincense, galbanum,
juniper, ale, jasmine, orange blossom, cumin, cardamom, cloves, nutmeg, Choi striped mullet, tonka bean, patchouli, Atlas cedar, vanilla, iris, sandalwood, agar.

5) Golden Lavender
Golden Lavender - warm lavender fragrance. Golden, downy, smooth lavender in a bouquet together with mimosa, cassia and roses. Comfort, cashmere, milk with vanilla, relaxation.
Bergamot, cassia, lemon, ginger lily, Bulgarian rose, lavender, jasmine, clary sage, ylang-ylang, rosewood, Peruvian balsam, cinnamon, cardamom, vanilla, angelica, labdanum.

6) Fallen leaves
Balsamic and woody fragrance of autumn. Leaves, fallen and damp, that had already lost the brightness of their colors, moist air, sun light, scarce and cold, tangy and still warm smell of earth, sadness and hope, farewell to the warm days. Sweet aroma of decay and golden gleam of autumn light.
Cistus, frankincense, myrrh, tonka beans, hops, everlasting, Himalayan cedar, patchouli, cardamom, iris, vanilla.

****
My perfumes are all-natural artisan fragrances!
Anna Zworykina Perfumes is an artisan perfume house; creating hand-crafted perfumes exclusively of pure and natural essences for almost 15 years. I create my perfumes only with essential oils, co2 extracts, absolutes and my own plant tinctures. I have over 500 natural ingredients in my perfumery palette and select only the best quality perfumery materials.
No synthetic materials, no animal testing by me or my suppliers and no isolates.
Natural perfumes in a 0,5 ml samples.
6 samples of Warm and enveloping perfume collection.
Warm and warming, enveloping perfumes. Spices and vanilla, silk and cashmere, flowers, honey and balsams.

1) Shiny Amber is sunshine in a bottle. A perfume about summer warm, about glowing resins and sunlight, hidden in the depths of ancient fossilized amber. The warm dence heart amber accord is surrounded by bright sweet citruses and honeylike flowers. It’s main amber accord has been composed with two types of amber : “vegetable amber” – sweet resins of different plants, and “animal amber” – genuine ambergris (here I used tinctured beach harvested ambergris from New Zealand)
The aroma is shimmering with all shades of amber, it warms and relaxes.
If dubbed, the perfume comes as rich and dence amber scent with a bright sweet start. Eau de parfum in spray-form is airy, light and very warm, like a cashmere-silk shaul. Shiny Amber could be the ideal choice to wear when the weather is nasty and gloomy. And it smells magnificent when it’s really cold!
Ginger, lemon, bergamot, yuzu, jasmine, champaka, benzoin, labdanum, vanilla, tonka bean, ambergris

2) Coffee and chocolate
A gourmet fragrance. First sip full of sunlight and oranges. Coffee, tangy and smoky, and chocolate with spices. Time stops at the point of balance, warm, vivid, pulsating.
Cocoa, coffee, bitter orange, orange blossom absolute, black pepper, jasmine, patchouli, vetiver, labdanum, sandalwood and vanilla.

3) Morocco
Oriental floral fragrance with a rose, playing a solo. Blazing wind, all the hues of sienna, far travels, colorful bazaars of the East, lush roses, and arid sands.
Neroli, frankincense, Choi loban, cassia, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg,
aurikulyatum jasmine, Moroccan rose, Bulgarian rose, sandalwood, labdanum, vetiver, patchouli, tonka bean.

4) My vanilla
Is anticulinary, balsamic and woody oriental fragrance. Sea voyages, exotic flowers, tarred pine of ship deck, fumes of incenses and spices.
Black pepper, frankincense, galbanum,
juniper, ale, jasmine, orange blossom, cumin, cardamom, cloves, nutmeg, Choi striped mullet, tonka bean, patchouli, Atlas cedar, vanilla, iris, sandalwood, agar.

5) Golden Lavender
Golden Lavender - warm lavender fragrance. Golden, downy, smooth lavender in a bouquet together with mimosa, cassia and roses. Comfort, cashmere, milk with vanilla, relaxation.
Bergamot, cassia, lemon, ginger lily, Bulgarian rose, lavender, jasmine, clary sage, ylang-ylang, rosewood, Peruvian balsam, cinnamon, cardamom, vanilla, angelica, labdanum.

6) Fallen leaves
Balsamic and woody fragrance of autumn. Leaves, fallen and damp, that had already lost the brightness of their colors, moist air, sun light, scarce and cold, tangy and still warm smell of earth, sadness and hope, farewell to the warm days. Sweet aroma of decay and golden gleam of autumn light.
Cistus, frankincense, myrrh, tonka beans, hops, everlasting, Himalayan cedar, patchouli, cardamom, iris, vanilla.

****
My perfumes are all-natural artisan fragrances!
Anna Zworykina Perfumes is an artisan perfume house; creating hand-crafted perfumes exclusively of pure and natural essences for almost 15 years. I create my perfumes only with essential oils, co2 extracts, absolutes and my own plant tinctures. I have over 500 natural ingredients in my perfumery palette and select only the best quality perfumery materials.
No synthetic materials, no animal testing by me or my suppliers and no isolates.

Shipping & returns

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From Russia
Returns and exchanges accepted
Exceptions may apply. See return policy

Reviews

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Returns & exchanges

I gladly accept returns, exchanges, and cancellations

Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 30 days of delivery
Request a cancellation within: 12 hours of purchase

The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
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  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)

Returns and exchange details

I gladly accept returns, exchanges and cancellations
Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 21 days of delivery
Request a cancellation within: 3 hours of purchase
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
Custom or personalised orders
Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
Conditions of return
Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
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Shipping policies

Your package will be shipped within 3-7 days after cleared payment. I ship via RussianPost.
I'm not responsible for items lost by post.
Delivery takes about 1-3 weeks (sometimes up to 1,5 month) depending on your location.

Customers are responsible for any fees, taxes, and duties associated with shipping & purchasing to their respective countries.

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Additional policies

FAQ!

- WHAT MATERIALS ARE USED IN CREATING ANNA ZWORYKINA PERFUMES?

- I create my perfumes exclusively from natural plant (very rarely animal) substances in the form they were extracted: as essential oils, absolutes, concretes, resins, alcohol or oil infusions, or pomades, resulting from home enfleurage.
With some rare exceptions, extractions are not modified; certain parts are not separated to enhance best aromatic qualities.
All materials are 100% natural. I get them from trusted suppliers in the US.
Some materials are "certified organic", however, Anna Zworykina Perfumes are not organic.
Depending on the nature of a particular perfume, I use different bases: alcohol, fractionated oils, beeswax and flower waxes.
In creating my perfumes I do not use synthetic fragrances compounds and fixatives, synthetic musks and pheromones.

- WHAT ARE YOUR RECOMMENDATIONS FOR GETTING TO KNOW NATURAL FRAGRANCES WHO ARE FAMILIAR ONLY WITH SYNTHETIC MOLECULE BASED PERFUMES?

Try natural perfumes only on the skin. Smelling perfumes in a bottle or on a blotter strip may create a distorted impression about a fragrance because natural perfumes are meant to be used only on the skin or on the clothes.
While you get to know natural perfumes always follow the safety rules that I describe in the next section.
Before trying on perfumes that were delivered by mail, especially during colder seasons, let them sit in the room temperature for a few days.
Standard places for applying a fragrance are the wrists and inside of your elbows. Natural fragrances have a tendency to change significantly as they develop. What you smell during the first minute after applying, in a couple of minutes and in ten minutes will differ. Skip the first ten to fifteen seconds, letting the alcohol evaporate from the skin.
I recommend introducing yourself to one fragrance in one day because comparing to synthetic perfumes, natural ones have a much more complex structure and they unveil in unpredictable ways. Some spark brightly from the start while others need more time to fully shine.
It's recommended not to try more than two perfumes in one day. If you have to try more in a short period of time, refresh your olfactory receptors by drinking water or tea. I prefer warm, smooth-flavored green tea.


- WHAT ARE THE SAFETY RULES FOR USING NATURAL PERFUMES?
- Certain essential oils and absolutes that are used in natural perfumes may cause allergies.
I advise those who are prone to allergic reactions, pregnant and nursing women, as well as people with chronic illnesses to be extra careful.
Before trying on natural perfumes, study the list of ingredients and consult with your doctor.
If you're prone to allergies, always perform an allergic reaction test before using a new perfume: apply perfume to the inside part of your elbow. If there is no sign of unpleasant reaction (redness, swelling, rash) in the course of a few hours, you may safely use the fragrance.
Before going outside into the sun, do not apply fragrances made from natural ingredients to the exposed parts of the skin because some essential oils may cause the skin to become extra sensitive to various kinds of ultraviolet light.

- WHAT IS A RIGHT WAY TO STORING NATURAL PERFUMES AND WHAT IS THEIR EXPIRATION TIME?

- Keep perfumes away from abrupt temperature changes and store them in a dark place.
I would not recommend to store perfumes in a very humid place.
Natural perfumes that do not contain citrus oils that are easily oxidisable, can live for up to 5 yeas. Light, citrusy fragrances for up to a year and a half to two years.
Perfumes will not turn to poison after that but will loose their initial brightness of fragrance.

- IS IT POSSIBLE FOR NATURAL PERFUMES TO GO BAD?

- Natural ingredients contained in perfumes slowly change over time. For example, citrus oils are oxidized loosing brightness of the fragrance.
Perfumes cannot turn "bad" or "sour", because it's an alcohol based compound of aromatic extracts that does not contain water.
However, if a perfume bottle is not properly closed and kept in a very humid place, perfume's structure may change.
Perfumes in sample vials are not meant to be stored for many years.

- HOW LONG-LASTING ARE NATURAL PERFUMES? WHAT IS THEIR LONGEVITY?

- Natural perfumes can last from 1-1,5 hour for Eau de toilette concentration to a few days (applied to hair or clothing) for Eau de parfum or Parfum concentration.
Lasting time also depends on a perfume group. For example, fragrances from the "citrus" group tend to disappear from the skin faster than those from the "oriental" group.
Natural and "not only natural" but otherwise similar fragrances from the same group of perfumes taken in the same concentration will have different lasting times.
"Not only natural" ones will retain their scent longer because of added fixatives. The lighter the fragrance is, the faster it will vanish from the skin if it's not anchored by fixatives which is typically done in "not only natural" perfumery.
At the same time more complex perfume compounds in oriental style that contain more basic aromatic ingredients can easily compete with similar "not only natural" fragrances of the same concentration level.

- WHERE DO YOU RECOMMEND TO APPLY NATURAL PERFUMES?

- Where to apply a perfume depends on what scent longevity and intensity you expect to get. Usually, perfumes are applied to the "pulse points" - the inner wrists, neck, behind the ears, inside of the elbows, dip on the collar bone. It is done so because the temperature is higher where blood vessels are closer to the skin which makes fragrance molecules evaporate faster, emanating scent from the skin.
Usually fragrances last much longer on the hair and clothing than on the skin.
So, if you especially value scent's longevity - apply perfume to the hair or to the clothing if it's dark enough not to be stained or if perfume is colorless
FAQ!

- WHAT MATERIALS ARE USED IN CREATING ANNA ZWORYKINA PERFUMES?

- I create my perfumes exclusively from natural plant (very rarely animal) substances in the form they were extracted: as essential oils, absolutes, concretes, resins, alcohol or oil infusions, or pomades, resulting from home enfleurage.
With some rare exceptions, extractions are not modified; certain parts are not separated to enhance best aromatic qualities.
All materials are 100% natural. I get them from trusted suppliers in the US.
Some materials are "certified organic", however, Anna Zworykina Perfumes are not organic.
Depending on the nature of a particular perfume, I use different bases: alcohol, fractionated oils, beeswax and flower waxes.
In creating my perfumes I do not use synthetic fragrances compounds and fixatives, synthetic musks and pheromones.

- WHAT ARE YOUR RECOMMENDATIONS FOR GETTING TO KNOW NATURAL FRAGRANCES WHO ARE FAMILIAR ONLY WITH SYNTHETIC MOLECULE BASED PERFUMES?

Try natural perfumes only on the skin. Smelling perfumes in a bottle or on a blotter strip may create a distorted impression about a fragrance because natural perfumes are meant to be used only on the skin or on the clothes.
While you get to know natural perfumes always follow the safety rules that I describe in the next section.
Before trying on perfumes that were delivered by mail, especially during colder seasons, let them sit in the room temperature for a few days.
Standard places for applying a fragrance are the wrists and inside of your elbows. Natural fragrances have a tendency to change significantly as they develop. What you smell during the first minute after applying, in a couple of minutes and in ten minutes will differ. Skip the first ten to fifteen seconds, letting the alcohol evaporate from the skin.
I recommend introducing yourself to one fragrance in one day because comparing to synthetic perfumes, natural ones have a much more complex structure and they unveil in unpredictable ways. Some spark brightly from the start while others need more time to fully shine.
It's recommended not to try more than two perfumes in one day. If you have to try more in a short period of time, refresh your olfactory receptors by drinking water or tea. I prefer warm, smooth-flavored green tea.


- WHAT ARE THE SAFETY RULES FOR USING NATURAL PERFUMES?
- Certain essential oils and absolutes that are used in natural perfumes may cause allergies.
I advise those who are prone to allergic reactions, pregnant and nursing women, as well as people with chronic illnesses to be extra careful.
Before trying on natural perfumes, study the list of ingredients and consult with your doctor.
If you're prone to allergies, always perform an allergic reaction test before using a new perfume: apply perfume to the inside part of your elbow. If there is no sign of unpleasant reaction (redness, swelling, rash) in the course of a few hours, you may safely use the fragrance.
Before going outside into the sun, do not apply fragrances made from natural ingredients to the exposed parts of the skin because some essential oils may cause the skin to become extra sensitive to various kinds of ultraviolet light.

- WHAT IS A RIGHT WAY TO STORING NATURAL PERFUMES AND WHAT IS THEIR EXPIRATION TIME?

- Keep perfumes away from abrupt temperature changes and store them in a dark place.
I would not recommend to store perfumes in a very humid place.
Natural perfumes that do not contain citrus oils that are easily oxidisable, can live for up to 5 yeas. Light, citrusy fragrances for up to a year and a half to two years.
Perfumes will not turn to poison after that but will loose their initial brightness of fragrance.

- IS IT POSSIBLE FOR NATURAL PERFUMES TO GO BAD?

- Natural ingredients contained in perfumes slowly change over time. For example, citrus oils are oxidized loosing brightness of the fragrance.
Perfumes cannot turn "bad" or "sour", because it's an alcohol based compound of aromatic extracts that does not contain water.
However, if a perfume bottle is not properly closed and kept in a very humid place, perfume's structure may change.
Perfumes in sample vials are not meant to be stored for many years.

- HOW LONG-LASTING ARE NATURAL PERFUMES? WHAT IS THEIR LONGEVITY?

- Natural perfumes can last from 1-1,5 hour for Eau de toilette concentration to a few days (applied to hair or clothing) for Eau de parfum or Parfum concentration.
Lasting time also depends on a perfume group. For example, fragrances from the "citrus" group tend to disappear from the skin faster than those from the "oriental" group.
Natural and "not only natural" but otherwise similar fragrances from the same group of perfumes taken in the same concentration will have different lasting times.
"Not only natural" ones will retain their scent longer because of added fixatives. The lighter the fragrance is, the faster it will vanish from the skin if it's not anchored by fixatives which is typically done in "not only natural" perfumery.
At the same time more complex perfume compounds in oriental style that contain more basic aromatic ingredients can easily compete with similar "not only natural" fragrances of the same concentration level.

- WHERE DO YOU RECOMMEND TO APPLY NATURAL PERFUMES?

- Where to apply a perfume depends on what scent longevity and intensity you expect to get. Usually, perfumes are applied to the "pulse points" - the inner wrists, neck, behind the ears, inside of the elbows, dip on the collar bone. It is done so because the temperature is higher where blood vessels are closer to the skin which makes fragrance molecules evaporate faster, emanating scent from the skin.
Usually fragrances last much longer on the hair and clothing than on the skin.
So, if you especially value scent's longevity - apply perfume to the hair or to the clothing if it's dark enough not to be stained or if perfume is colorless

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