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Combining nature’s poetic and seductive elements, Urania fragrances offer a sensorial journey that celebrates the wholeness of the body – simultaneously innocent and mysterious – as nature intended.  We combine harmonious layerings of olfactory notes that compose each fragrance. Constructed by an intrinsic structure of top, heart and base notes these fragrances stir imagination and desires.

The top notes: this is the initial aroma detected, comprising lighter volatile molecules. It is evanescent, and often fades after 10–30 minutes. It's the first impression that a fragrance gives out.

The heart or middle notes: the most dominant element of a fragrance is its heart, or middle notes. It is typically more complex than the top note, and stays for longer than the opening notes usually not not long as the base note. 

The base notes: often the heaviest, boldest or most dramatic aspect of the fragrance, it has the greatest longevity on the skin; The base note is the aroma that develops once the heart note has receded. The way a base note reacts with the skin determines how a the fragrance will smell on an individual.

Eau de parfum x eau de toilette 

The longevity and intensity depends on the concentration of a fragrance. Overall, higher concentrations offer greater longevity on the skin. Eau de Parfum is is highly concentrated, dense and potent. It is designed to remain on the skin for longer without needing reapplication. Eau de toilette is considerably lighter in concentrations and less durable on skin.

The olfactory families 

  1. Floral: floral fragrances are the most popular and versatile category. They can range from delicate and romantic to bold and intoxicating. It captures the scents of various flowers such as rose, jasmine, lily, and violet. 

  2. Citrus: are fresh and uplifting, featuring notes of lemon, orange, grapefruit, and bergamot. They are often zesty, vibrant, and perfect for warmer seasons.

  3. Woody: evokes the aroma of forests and woods. They feature notes such as sandalwood, cedar, and patchouli, creating a warm, earthy, and sometimes smoky ambiance.

  4. Amber: formerly called oriental, amber fragrances are rich and opulent. They combine ingredients like spices, vanilla, amber, and musk to create a warm and sensual allure.

  5. Fruity: encompasses a wide range of scents inspired by various fruits. From juicy berries to tropical fruits like mango and pineapple, they offer a playful and sweet character.

  6. Fresh/Aquatic: it mimic the scent of the ocean or the outdoors after rainfall. They are crisp, clean, and invigorating, featuring notes like marine accords, green leaves, and transparent florals.

  7. Gourmand: inspired by culinary delights and desserts. They incorporate notes like vanilla, chocolate, caramel, or spices, creating a comforting and indulgent aroma.

  8. Chypre: known for their sophisticated and timeless appeal. They typically blend citrus top notes, floral middle notes, and mossy or woody base notes to create a harmonious and elegant scent.

  9. Leather: it evokes the luxurious and sensual scent of leather. Often combined with spices and woods, they add a touch of elegance and intrigue to a fragrance.

  10. Green: captures the fresh and vibrant scents of leaves, grass, and herbs. They can range from herbal and aromatic to crisp and dewy, evoking a sense of nature and vitality.

Remember that fragrance preferences are subjective, and it's essential to test and experience fragrances on your skin to find the ones that resonate with you personally. Enjoy exploring the diverse world of perfumes and discovering your signature scents.

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