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Therapeutic Orchids – a room fragrance by Singapore Memories

Therapeutic Orchids – a room fragrance by Singapore Memories The effects and benefits of a fragrant room go beyond the aroma. The right aroma can create the perfect atmosphere which has a wonderful effect on the mood of those in it. Included in the benefits of using essential oils, especially from orchids is improved health and depending on the fragrance chosen, a boost of energy or improved sleep. Therapeutic Orchids is an aroma inspired by the orchids of Singapore and their therapeutic benefits. The inspiration has come from the documentation and drawings of the flora and fauna left by William Farquhar. Who was William Farquhar? Scottish Born, Major-General William Farquhar (1774 -1839) was the first Resident and Commandant of Singapore and served...

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Therapeutic orchids of Asia by Singapore Memories : Calanthe

Therapeutic orchids of Asia by Singapore Memories : Calanthe Our style is an ever-changing endeavour, sticking to just one scents can go from classic scent to a bit outdated scent. Perfume is like clothes in our closet, we, ladies will never be happy just to have one perfume scent. So why not customise your own perfume scents? Head down to Jetaime Perfumery Workshop with your friends to create your signature scents, mixing your favourite ingredients, you will definitely love your creation! Jetaime Perfumery also hold team building session which allow your teammates to understand each other personality while customising a unique scent. Orchids are common ingredient found in most ladies’ perfume, but had you wonder what are their real properties...

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Tai Tai’s House – a room fragrance by Singapore Memories

Tai Tai’s House – a room fragrance by Singapore Memories Tai Tai is a Chinese colloquial term used to describe the head-wife of a polygyny (multi-wife) family. This term came to slowly mean “a wealthy married woman, who doesn’t work for a living”. Tai Tai’s House is the room fragrance by Singapore Memories that is inspired by the aromas that surround the woman who knows how to enjoy the lifestyle that her husband can afford to offer her. Are you a Tai Tai? Tai Tai’s usually have plenty of leisure time to pursue their interests. These often include shopping trips to the up-market boutiques and department stores frequented by the rich of Singapore. Here they browse and shop luxury goods, especially bags and shoes that...

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Sunrise in Botanical Garden – a room fragrance by Singapore Memories

Sunrise in Botanical Garden – a room fragrance by Singapore Memories Trying to capture the smell of the Botanical Gardens of Singapore in one bottle did not prove too difficult. The gardens have a collection of over 3000 orchids and each year they add more to these with the hybrids that they work so hard to breed. The garden also has a small tropical rainforest that is around 3 hectares in size and is the original and natural rainforest that existed from even before the garden was created, making it only one of two cities in the world to have a tropical rainforest in it. Rio de Janeiro is the other. Sunrise in Botanical Garden is the incredible perfume of an early morning...

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Straits Settlement – a fragrance by Singapore Memories

Straits Settlement – a fragrance by Singapore Memories Singapore dedicates Straits Settlement, the room fragrance, to the rubber plantations of the area. Even though they were created by the British for commercial purposes and the world’s hunger for rubber, they are also filled with the beautiful aromas of the flora varieties growing in and around them. What was the Straits Settlement? The British territories located in Southeast Asia were known as the Straits Settlement. They were originally established as part of the British East India Company in 1826, and in 1867 became part of the Crown Colony. The Straits settlement originally consisted of the trading posts of Penang (1786), Malacca (1795), Singapore (1819), and Dinding (1874). In 1886, the Christmas Island and the Cocos Island were...

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