Scent specialists at Connock London have celebrated the launch of a number of new fragrances from the familiar to the exotic. Experimenting and developing smells from the Amazonian rainforest to the Australian bush, the collections use natural ingredients from across the world.
Introducing the Andiroba Oil and Manuka Honey collections, the company has blended a varied mix of smells to welcome something fresh to the perfumery and cosmetics industry. Connock London was launched in 2010 to create a legacy beyond the Connock family business, with founder Amanda Connock beginning her life in the fragrance world experimenting with floral waters in buckets in her garden shed.
The Andiroba Oil is harvested from the seeds of a South American tree and is hoping to be used as a natural anti-inflammatory skincare option, as well as being used as a fragrance and candle. The seeds are wild-harvested to promote the conservation of the rainforest and support the local communities. The Australian Manuka Honey is harvested by bee keepers and also comes in the same range of beauty products, offering anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties.
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