Why We Love Pink Pepper!
Warmth and freshness don’t always come easily in the world of fragrance, but Pink Pepper effortlessly delivers both.
Delightfully surprising in scent and in name, welcome to the play by play of Pink Pepper.
This cheerful botanical ingredient marries sharp spice with soft rosy warmth against a backdrop of woodiness. Aside from its spice, Pink Pepper actually has nothing to do with pepper as we know it, and is derived not from peppercorn but the dried berries of Brazilian and Peruvian Pepper trees or the Schinus Molle shrub.
Pink Pepper is a beautiful aroma to help ease stress and anxiety with its calming effect on the central nervous system. It provides emotional support by way of balance and can enhance feelings of compassion and love for oneself and others. An energetic fragrance note, it can also promote alertness.
A MODERN PERFUME INGREDIENT
Pink Pepper brings warmth and energy to Chanel’s Chance Eau Fraiche, Tom Ford’s Soleil Brûlant, Stella McCartney’s Sheer, and countless other luxury scents. A trending fragrance note, the last few years have seen a surge in younger brands showcasing Pink Pepper. But no matter how many fragrances it’s used in, its surprising scent experience is never predictable and always appreciated.
HOW WE USE IT
With endless pairing possibilities, you might like to blend Pink Pepper with; floral notes to play up its warmth, woody notes to call out its earthiness, or citrus for a refreshing uplift. Here at Perfume Playground you’ll find us blending it in our natural perfumes alongside woody, citrus or floral notes to the tune of; Cedarwood, Yuzu, Lavender, Patchouli, Mandarin, Frankincense, Clary Sage, Ginger and Eucalyptus, among many others!
“Smell is a word, perfume is literature”
– Jean-Claude Ellena