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Casa del Bambino Emmanuel Montesorri
Contreras Compound
Alangilan, Batangas city

Perfume out of Flowers Rosal, Kalachuchi, and Rose

Members:
Aldwin John O. Sicapiro
Darlene Mariel V. Plata
Jodel L. Talabis
Monica Cleo C. Panganiban
Alyssa Keith M. Panganiban
Owen Karl V. Santos

Chapter 1
Background Study

Introduction
The beginning of perfume use can be traced back thousands of years to the early Egyptians. The first perfume we’re part of religious rituals. It was developed together with the first cosmetics, but they weren’t made to attract opposite sex; they were made the good will of the gods. The Egyptians were very spiritual people so they put containers of perfumes even in their tombs. After sometimes perfume use started becoming more personal. People started using perfume in their Baths. The oils helped to protect their skin from drying out in the hot climate. Perfume containers have always been attractive. The Egyptians treated their perfumes with great respect, and believed that only the best containers were good enough to hold them. Perfume making is passed on through the ages. When the Greeks and Romans moved in Egypt, they told the perfume oils and ointments the Egyptian used. So they quickly learned how to produce them, and started adding their own touches. Perfume makes it way around the world.
The common problem in perfumes nowadays is sometimes it is very strong scented that it hurts in our noses. It also causes rushes, for those who has sensitive skin. Some perfumes smells good on the first application but then fades away after sometimes. These are the problems in artificial perfumes. So the researcher thought of an alternative way to make a perfume out of flowers that will capture people’s preference. The researcher’s thought of flowers because flowers have different scents that may of the people are very attracted to the smell…...

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