Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What are the difference between Oils and Perfume?

    Oil lasts longer than perfume, unlike eau de toilettes which have alcohol that breaks down perfume oil over time. The fragrance from perfume oils last longer on the skin than perfumes with alcohol because it is more concentrated.

    Typically, the concentration of oils in perfumes vary:

    • After shave: 1 - 3% Aromatic Compounds
    • Eau de Cologne: 2 - 6% Aromatic Compounds
    • Eau de Toilette: 5 - 15% Aromatic Compounds
    • Eau de Parfum: 10 - 20% Aromatic Compounds

  2. Are you selling the real products?

    We sell high quality impressions of designer fragrances. If you read any of our reviews, we think you will be quite impressed! Our perfume oils use the highest quality ingredients to create a new inspired aroma that you will like.
    Aramaic competes with designer brands. It does not use their fragrances and is not associated in any way with the designer brands or their manufacturers. All trademarks are property of their respective owners.

  3. Does the thickness or slenderness of the oil influence the quality or aroma of the oil?

    No, Thickness or slenderness has absolutely nothing to do with oil quality or aroma. For example, Egyptian Musk is traditionally the thickest oil, but has a very mild fragrance.  In contrast, Sudanese Coconut has a very thin consistency, but also has an extremely strong fragrance.  The notion that thicker oil is synonymous with more intensely scented oil is a misconception. Only a handful of oils are thick, while most oils have a thin consistency.