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Pearls are formed inside the body of oysters. The mollusk deposits layer of
nacre, a combination of crystalline and organic substances, when any irritant or
parasite enters or placed inside its body. Over a period of time with nacre
building up in layers and layers, the pearl is formed.All the pearls sold in USA
and in other countries around the world are cultured pearls and are known by
various names such as freshwater pearls, akoya seawater pearls etc. Natural
pearls are rarity.The bead-nucleating technology of producing cultured pearls
was developed and perfected by Kokichi Mikimoto of Japan in early 20th Century.
Japan is famous for producing akoya cultured pearls but recently China has
become the leading source of all cultured pearls - freshwater and akoya
pearls.Difference in cultured and natural pearls can?t be made with naked eyes;
however, distinction becomes very prominent when seen through x-rays. Cultured
pearls are used in pearl jewelry as well as in cosmetics. One should also be
careful about imitation pearls.Cultured pearls are generally in white colors but
can be colored-dyed in various colors.Cultured pearls are now available in high
lustrous quality and much lower prices than ever before.Kheri-Wear like a
princess.www.pearlprincess.com - Perfume, the name indicates that perfume is
derived 'from fume'. The Egyptians first discovered perfume. They used to burn
some fragrant plants for that pleasant smell. Very few people dislike perfume,
as the solvent causes allergy to skin, and to some of them the strong odor
causes headache. But then, generally people like mild fragrance lingering around
them, making them feel fresh and that zooming enthusiasm and confidence it
creates when you smell pleasant and good. How big is the Perfume Industry? Did
you know the Perfume industry in France has contributed over a couple of billion
Euros to the French GDP? There are close to 10 million people working in the
fragrance and perfume industry the world over. The oldest perfume house in the
world is believed to be the Guerlain house and holds a very high position in the
perfume industry. These perfumes are inspired by the essence of confections.
Most commonly found, are the combination from vanilla and amber accord. What
Type Of Perfume Do You Like And When? Did you know perfumes have classes too?
Perfume users choose their perfumes depending on the occasion, time, his/her
status in the society and the personality types. Mild, soothing fragrance is
liked more by elite and soft natured people, while strong reflexive scent is
liked by hardcore, aggressive personalities, if one goes by market statistics.
Women go for flowered fragrances, which is the sign of feminity. Perfume is
extracted from multiple sources, some are natural and others are synthetic.
Natural sources obviously mean extractions from Plant and Animal Sources.
Natural sources are the commonly known Flowers & Blossoms, Leaves & Twigs, Roots
& legumes, Seeds, Fruits, Bark and what not. Musk, Ambergris, Civet, Honeycomb
and Castoreum are the main sources of animal produced perfumes. For some ethical
reasons, Musk and civet perfumes can't be had in originals. How to buy perfumes?
Buying perfumes can be an exotic experience if you know how and where to
purchase. Buying perfumes without knowing their health hazards can be costly,
for most natural perfumes, which contain acetone and ethyl acetate can trigger
respiratory allergies. Natural perfumes are inherently toxic in nature. Perfumes
containing banned aromatic ingredients from musks and certain mongoose family
should never be purchased. Quality of perfumes also depends on how and where
they are stored and preserved. Perfumes exposed to heat, light and oxygen and
other organic materials will have lost their composition and stability. Using
such perfumes can prove dangerous. Always buy from authorized dealers or reputed
shops. Check labels for any statutory warning or those by the manufacturer.About
the Author NamSing Then is a regular article contributor on many topics. Visit
his other websites at Perfume Resources, Women Perfume and One Stop Information

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