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Steve Martin Nile River

Steve Martin Nile River

This secret formula depicts Queen Nefertiti joining her king at the temple of passion in the dance of eternal love, where they flourish like a jasmine on the bank of a flowing mystery to gift the world with another astounding portrait of greatness, infatuation and zeal for more.


While cruising up north, this waterway amazed the world with the land of pharaohs and pyramids, gold and colours and endless stories written on stones and papyrus.


At early stages of developement, ancient Egyptians wore aromatic flowers, then later with early trials and knowledge exchanges with neighbouring cultures, started their journey into perfumery around 2000 B.C. The initial purpose of use of scents was to feed their gods using the smoke from incense that would vanish up in the sky. This notion led to including essences as symbolics of eternety, which is the same reason that made them use essential oils as part of the basic ingredients for purification rituals during mummification.


The most famous perfume made was Kyphi. In time, aromatic articles became part of beauty items used by women, then later expanded to become essential items for both genders. 


Top Notes: Lemon, Bergamot, Almond, Mandarin, Dewfruit, Peach, Red Fruits, Cinnamon

Heart Notes: Guaiac Wood, White Wood, Patchouli Heart, Jasmine

Base Notes: Tonka Bean Absolute, Oakmoss, Musk, Benzoin

  • Unisex

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