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Passion fruit in perfumery

The gourmet and fruity notes of passion fruit

Thanks to its sweet, gourmet, exotic and tangy scent, the passion fruit notes are available in many varieties. Passion fruit is thus found in emulsions (creams, body milk), in shower gels, shampoos, lotions, soaps, balms, eau de toilette and also in perfumes. Passion fruit is also found in cooking, in desserts, yogurts and also in drinks. In perfumery, the nose will use either the fruit itself, or the flower, the passion flower. As it is not possible to extract the oil from the passion fruit, its note is reproduced in the laboratory, in a chemical way, in particular thanks to the headspace technique.

Passion fruit and its association with other olfactory families

Of course, the passion fruit is part of the Fruity floral family. The fruits combine wonderfully with each other and the passion fruit goes very well with other exotic fruits such as pineapple, papaya, mango or even coconut. The passion fruit is mainly found in floral and / or fruity scents, as in “Love is All” by Guerlain, where the passion fruit is positioned as a top note accompanied by tangerine, hazelnut and the rose berry. Also in Escada's “Island Kiss”, a floral / fruity blend that blends passion fruit, mango and orange. We can also discover the passion fruit at the heart of citrus fragrances as in Cartier's “Eau de Cartier, zeste de soleil”. Here,the composition was built around the passion fruit for a very sunny and luminous result.

Passion fruit is the symbol of the most exotic summer possible. If we already know the soaps, shower gels with the fruity notes of passion, its implication in perfumery is not very well known, because still rare. Nevertheless the note passion fruit is already part of great and beautiful fragrances.

Wearing a perfume can cover multiple ambitions. Indeed, essences serve as much to seduce as to evoke memories or to make travel. As such, there are many exotic ingredients to interfere in our fragrances. Among the most tangy of them is the passion fruit.

The many names of passion fruit and its virtues

The passion fruit comes from the grenadilla. It is a climbing plant belonging to the Passifloraceae family. The latter is cultivated for its fruits with edible pulp called passion fruit or maracudja, a Creole word. In New Caledonia and Haiti, on the other hand, passion fruits are called apple-lianas. There is a yellow form of it, quite large. On the other hand, the one we know best is purple and is meant to be slightly smaller. As with the vine, the passion fruit is grown on stakes and wire. The latter being a subtropical plant, it grows in warm regions and grows on a climbing plant up to 6 m long. Passion fruit contains many black seeds surrounded byan edible orange-colored substance. This has a mild flavor and is also recognized for its many pharmacological properties. In addition, the passion fruit is famous for its anti-inflammatory properties. Likewise, it treats anxiety and is a powerful antioxidant. In addition, it is rich in phenol polish as well as vitamins. As such, it has long been used in traditional South American medicine to treat multiple ailments such as asthma, insomnia, urinary tract infections, or bronchitis. In the West Indies, its leaves are used for the treatment of high blood pressure. In France, there are many sedative preparations that contain it.In addition, the passion fruit is famous for its anti-inflammatory properties. Likewise, it treats anxiety and is a powerful antioxidant. In addition, it is rich in phenol polish as well as vitamins. As such, it has long been used in traditional South American medicine to treat multiple ailments such as asthma, insomnia, urinary tract infections, or bronchitis. In the West Indies, its leaves are used for the treatment of high blood pressure. In France, there are many sedative preparations that contain it.In addition, the passion fruit is famous for its anti-inflammatory properties. Likewise, it treats anxiety and is a powerful antioxidant. In addition, it is rich in phenol polish as well as vitamins. As such, it has long been used in traditional South American medicine to treat multiple ailments such as asthma, insomnia, urinary tract infections, or bronchitis. In the West Indies, its leaves are used for the treatment of high blood pressure. In France, there are many sedative preparations that contain it.it has long been used in traditional South American medicine to treat multiple ailments such as asthma, insomnia, urinary tract infections or bronchitis. In the West Indies, its leaves are used for the treatment of high blood pressure. In France, there are many sedative preparations that contain it.it has long been used in traditional South American medicine to treat multiple ailments such as asthma, insomnia, urinary tract infections or bronchitis. In the West Indies, its leaves are used for the treatment of high blood pressure. In France, there are many sedative preparations that contain it.

Passion fruit in perfumery

As far as perfumery is concerned, the passion fruit is mainly involved in feminine creations. It gives them an exotic touch, both fruity and floral. On the other hand, perfumers cannot extract essential oil directly from its fruit. They reproduce its scent identically in the laboratory, in particular thanks to the head-space technique, a method developed in the 1970s and aimed at reconstituting the natural scents of a flower as they exist in nature and without them. spoil.

While many of us enjoy the taste of its juicy flesh, it seems that just as many of us enjoy its smell. In addition, it is present in Angel perfumes by Thierry Mugler, Eau de Cartier Zeste de Soleil, Eau de Mandarine Ambrée by Hermès or Island Kiss by Escada.

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