If you are considering a trip to Pakistan and are wondering what gifts to bring back for friends and family, consider buying perfume. Perfume is comparatively inexpensive to purchase in Pakistan, and you will save money on the exchange rate. Pakistan specialises in alcohol-free perfumes, which can be a wonderful and thoughtful gift for those who suffer from allergies. Alcohol can elicit a rash or dry skin in those who have sensitive skin, so the Pakistani perfumes that are manufactured entirely from fragrance oils are a good alternative.
Buy Bulgarian Rose Attar
Attar oils come in a variety of fragrances; they are something of a luxury item and are not available on the high street. Bulgarian rose attar is perhaps the best-known attar perfume, and it conjures up a rich, musky smell. The name "oud" is Persian for "to smell sweet," and attar oils often have a distinctive musky, desert-like aroma. Bulgarian rose is extracted from the Bulgarian rose flower, or "damascene", a popular oil often used in perfume-making. Rose oil is said to have a wealth of healing properties and is frequently used to treat skin conditions such as scar tissue. Rose oil is an expensive essential oil, and this is an excellent perfume to buy in Pakistan. A 15-mL bottle typically costs around £100.7.
Buy Sandalwood Attar
Sandalwood is a traditional Middle Eastern scent that emits a spicy, sweet smell. Sandalwood is used to liven up perfumes and is often used as a base note (the strongest scents). Sandalwood is frequently found is cosmetics and is said to improve skin conditions such as burns and cuts.
Buy Popular Brands of Attar
The best-selling and most-coveted attar oils are produced by brands such as Haramain, an international perfume manufacturer, Ajmal, which is something of a leader in the perfume world and prides itself on bridging the gap between traditional and modern perfume trends, and Al Rehab which, according to Attaroils.com, was the original producer of the first-ever perfume.
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