Auroshikha Candles and Incense: Incense 18 Fragrance Sampler 18 pc

Incense 18 Fragrance Sampler - 18 pc



by   Auroshikha Candles and Incense
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These are hand rolled incense sticks that contain no toxic or
artificial materials. Delicate scents from fragrant woods,
flowers, herbs, spices, resins, barks and premium quality
essential oils. The Finest Natural Ingredients Auroshikha's
quality is based, first and foremost, on the selection of the
finest natural ingredients to create the finest incense anywhere
in the world. The master French Perfumer who has been in charge
of quality control for more than 25 years carefully sources
these ingredients. Whether using Mysore Sandalwood, or Pine from
the Himalayas, Lavender from France of the finest Patchouli from
Singapore, he has worked hard to locate the best sources from
the best locations around the world to create an extraordinary
fragrance in each case. All ingredients also meet the stringent
guidelines established by the International Fragrance
Association, Geneva, Switzerland. Even items such as the bamboo
sticks on which the incense is rolled are subjected to the
careful scrutiny of the Auroshikha quality control team.
Auroshikha uses fragrant woods, barks, herbs, and essential oils
to create the most extraordinary range of 'true to nature'
fragrances you will find anywhere in the world. Hand rolled in
small batches for quality control Auroshikha incense is made
using a natural bamboo stick onto which a paste made of jeegat
(a natural bark), Sandalwood powder and charcoal is then
hand-rolled. The fragrances, after being carefully blended to
achieve just the right note, are then either mixed into the
paste for the masala fragrances, or are impregnated into the
paste through a hand-dipping process. Auroshikha uses no glue in
its incense paste, and no cow dung, making it different in this
regard than many incense varieties from around the world. The
real secret to achieving the consistent quality that has made
Auroshikha incense world famous is the careful blending of the
fragrances personally carried out and overseen constantly by the
master French perfumer, who brings his long experience and
background and combines it with the ultimate 'art' of quality
fragrance-crafting. Other than Auroshikha, very few in the world
have actually developed to this level of perfection. Guaranteed
Non-Toxic The use of natural fragrances and the avoidance of
using glue or cow dung have helped Auroshikha create non-toxic
fragrances suitable for use as incense sticks in enclosed
spaces. Auroshikha has had its products tested by an independent
testing laboratory in India, and another in Europe, to ensure
that they do not contain any heavy metals and are certified
non-toxic. No other incense manufacturer we know of goes to this
length to ensure the safety of its product. Auroshikha is proud
to stand behind its products as being guaranteed non-toxic based
on these test results. Village Cottage Industry The incense
sticks are hand-rolled in the traditional manner and then
packaged by Indian villagers, who have developed a real cottage
industry in Sout These are hand rolled incense sticks that
contain no toxic or artificial materials. Delicate scents from
fragrant woods, flowers, herbs, spices, resins, barks and
premium quality essential oils. The Finest Natural Ingredients
Auroshikha's quality is based, first and foremost, on the
selection of the finest natural ingredients to create the finest
incense anywhere in the world. The master French Perfumer who
has been in charge of quality control for more than 25 years
carefully sources these ingredients. Whether using Mysore
Sandalwood, or Pine from the Himalayas, Lavender from France of
the finest Patchouli from Singapore, he has worked hard to
locate the best sources from the best locations around the world
to create an extraordinary fragrance in each case. All
ingredients also meet the stringent guidelines established by
the International Fragrance Association, Geneva, Switzerland.
Even items such as the bamboo sticks on which the incense is
rolled are subjected to the careful scrutiny of the Auroshikha
quality control team. Auroshikha uses fragrant woods, barks,
herbs, and essential oils to create the most extraordinary range
of 'true to nature' fragrances you will find anywhere in the
world. Hand rolled in small batches for quality control
Auroshikha incense is made using a natural bamboo stick onto
which a paste made of jeegat (a natural bark), Sandalwood powder
and charcoal is then hand-rolled. The fragrances, after being
carefully blended to achieve just the right note, are then
either mixed into the paste for the masala fragrances, or are
impregnated into the paste through a hand-dipping process.
Auroshikha uses no glue in its incense paste, and no cow dung,
making it different in this regard than many incense varieties
from around the world. The real secret to achieving the
consistent quality that has made Auroshikha incense world famous
is the careful blending of the fragrances personally carried out
and overseen constantly by the master French perfumer, who
brings his long experience and background and combines it with
the ultimate 'art' of quality fragrance-crafting. Other than
Auroshikha, very few in the world have actually developed to
this level of perfection. Guaranteed Non-Toxic The use of
natural fragrances and the avoidance of using glue or cow dung
have helped Auroshikha create non-toxic fragrances suitable for
use as incense sticks in enclosed spaces. Auroshikha has had its
products tested by an independent testing laboratory in India,
and another in Europe, to ensure that they do not contain any
heavy metals and are certified non-toxic. No other incense
manufacturer we know of goes to this length to ensure the safety
of its product. Auroshikha is proud to stand behind its products
as being guaranteed non-toxic based on these test results.
Village Cottage Industry The incense sticks are hand-rolled in
the traditional manner and then packaged by Indian villagers,
who have developed a real cottage industry in Sout

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