Uniform Creates Home Incenses and Perfume Oils

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The scents are conceptualized in Stockholm, developed in Paris and made in Grasse. Photo: Uniform's Instagram.

Uniform, a Scandinavian fragrance house founded in 2020 by Haisam Mohammed, has debuted a line of home incenses, joining its perfume oil. 

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Uniform's home incenses are hand-dipped fragrances and made of 100% bamboo sticks.

It is available in four fragrances:

  • Cinnamon Core with notes of cinnamon and clove bud.

  • Chai Swirl with notes of black tea, vanilla and nutmeg.

  • The Sweetest Taboo with notes of frankincense, woods and honeyed balsam.

  • Apple Tree has notes of red apple, apple blossoms and green notes.

Each package contains 15 sticks that last an hour each and retails for €15,00. 

The home incenses joins its perfume oil, a concentrated version of an eau de parfum spray without the alcohol base.

The perfume oil comes in a sleek 10 ml roll-on bottle for  €47,50 each.

The perfume oil is available in three fragrances:

  • Maghrib with notes of apple, pepper, tobacco, incense, cedarwood and muscs.

  • Limbo with notes of rhubarb, ylang ylang, hay, myrrh, sandalwood, ambroxan and cedarwood.

  • Cassis with notes of plum, coconut, fig, cedarwood and sandalwood.

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