INGREDIENT

Labdanum Resinoid

Cistus ladaniferus

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Warm, woody scent
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Products with this ingredient

Labdanum resinoid has been used in incense and perfumes since antiquity for its complex, bewitching scent. Nowadays, it is often used in oriental-type fragrances and as a natural and vegan alternative to ambergris. A rich base note, it evokes pines but also leather, tobacco, pepper, or even coffee.

Description

Description

Growing under the hot sun of the Mediterranean basin, the evergreen leaves of Cistus ladaniferus coat themselves with a sticky, fragrant resin to prevent dehydration when the temperature rises. Also called gum rockrose, it is a pioneer plant - the first to spread on degraded soils after a fire, thus preventing erosion.

Lush purchase labdanum from two producers in Spain. To obtain the resinoid, the leafy branches must go through several steps of washing and extraction. The resulting paste is quite dark and thick and must therefore be diluted with dipropylene glycol and then stored in a warm room to be more pourable. It takes time and skill to incorporate it into our creams and perfumes.

Labdanum Resinoid can be found in these products
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Products with this ingredient
Labdanum Resinoid can be found in these products
Gone but not forgotten
Golden Handshake
Hot Hand Mask
Just the job
$10.50
20g
Body Lotion
Cool bananas; cool skin
$39.90
240g
Rentless Perfume 30ml perfume bottle
Perfume
Never without a home
$70.00
30ml
Gone but not forgotten
1000 Kisses Deep 100ml perfume bottle
Perfume
Myrrh, mandarin and labdanum
$22.50
30ml