Fruity-base Fragrance

Fruity-base fragrance includes all perfumes themed by citrus fruits or mixed with many different kinds of tropical fruits. Fruity-base fragrance often contains a variety of tropical fruits, such as peaches, pears, apples, plums, strawberries, etc. Typically, fruity-base fragrance has a hint of floral scent added as embellishment, making the fragrance even more enticing.

The common fruits used in citrus fruity-base fragrances include lemon, orange, grapefruit and bergamot. Such sweet aroma with a hint of freshness is suitable for both men and women. Citrus fragrances are more volatile, and yet less persistent.


Juniper Berries

Juniper has needle-like leaves. Its fruits are blue at first, and then turn ripe and black after two years. The best juniper essential oils are extracted from juniper fruits by steam distillation. It has a smell similar to turpentine, but is surprisingly pleasant after mixing and dilution, featuring a unique smoky scent.

Country of origin: France

Extraction method: Steam Distillation

Extraction parts: Berries
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Green Apple

Green apples have high fruit acid content, and are good for beautifying. Green apples contain a lot of vitamins, minerals and are rich in dietary fibre.

Country of origin: United States of America

Extraction methods: Squeezing

Extraction parts: Fruit



Also known as fragrant orange, Lemon (Rutaceae Citrus) is a small, pear-shaped like citrus fruit. Originating in Calabria, Italy, it is a hybrid of sweet lime and citrus from Seville. Lemon is sour, but its fragrant skin can be used to extract lemon oil.

Country of origin: Italy

Extraction method: Absolute

Extraction parts: Peel



Peach is a kind of fruit-bearing plant, its flowers are beautiful and its juicy fruits can be eaten raw or as prepared or canned peaches. The cores may also be eaten. The flesh of the fruits is usually white or yellow in colour (white, sweet and juicy peaches are usually more popular in Asia; while in Europe, Australia and North America, people prefer yellow ones which taste more sour).

Country of origin: China

Extraction methods: Squeezing

Extraction parts: Fruit



They are usually deciduous trees or shrubs with very few evergreen species. As a Dicotyledoneae plant (Rosaceae Maloideae), its leaves are mostly in ovate shape with different varieties and sizes. Pear fruits are usually used as food, not only delicious and juicy, but also with high content of nutrients, containing a variety of vitamins and fibre. Different types of pears have totally different flavour and texture. Pears can be eaten raw, but can also be eaten after cooking.

Country of origin: New Zealand

Extraction methods: Cold-press

Extraction parts: Fruit



Apple trees are deciduous, usually up to 15 metres tall with grayish brown trunk. The trees usually have bark peeling off. The fruits are red in general, depending on the species. Apple’s blossom period is determined by the climate, but generally in April or May. Apple is cross-pollinated plant. Most varieties of apple flowers cannot bear fruits. Apple trees usually begin to bear fruits 2-3 years after planting. Early-maturing varieties generally take 65-87 days to grow a ripe apple; while normal-maturing varieties take 90-133 days, and late-maturing varieties take 137-168 days. Under normal circumstances, apple trees can live up to 15-50 years.

Country of origin: Europe

Extraction methods: Squeezing

Extraction parts: Fruit