Oud is one of the most prestige perfume ingredients in the world.
The ingredient comes from infected mold of an injured tree tropical Agar tree. The injured tree reacts to the mold by producing a precious, dark and fragrant resin: Oud.
It is s highly valued by our perfumers for its woody, aromatic and complex scent. The oil of oud can be used directly on the skin, or added in a part of a perfume, usually as a base note.
Oud oil is perhaps the most expensive oil in the world because of its rarity and therefore people call it the "liquid gold."
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