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What Does Yuzu Smell Like?

Yuzu (Citrus junos) is a captivating citrus fruit that hails from East Asia, but has also found its way to Europe, Australia, and New Zealand through cultivation. This exquisite fruit is believed…

What Does Sandalwood Smell Like?

Sandalwood is the name given to the wood of trees belonging to the genus Santalum. The woods in this class are fine-grained and heavy but what makes them most notable is their…

What Does Vetiver Smell Like?

Vetiver, scientifically known as Chrysopogon zizanioides, is a perennial grass that belongs to the Poaceae family. It is typically found in wide clumps in tropical regions of Asia, growing up to 5…

Celebrate Fragrance Day with 7 of LAFCO’s Most Popular Scents

This year marks the sixth annual Fragrance Day, officially established in 2018 by The Fragrance Foundation. The Fragrance Foundation makes it their mission to inspire the world to discover and embrace the…

The Rise of Eco-Friendly & Sustainable Home Fragrances

When it comes to turning a house into a home, don’t underestimate the role of fragrance. Whether it’s a reed diffuser, a scented candle, or potpourri, the fragrance you choose for your…

What Does Palo Santo Smell Like?

Palo santo (Bursera graveolens) is a tree native to the dry tropical forests of Peru, Ecuador, and other parts of South America. It’s known for its fragrant resin and is popular for…

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