Fasukh Eau de Toilette, a dry amber perfume, with fresh cedar notes and subtle sweetness.
The Bedouin people of Jordan have been making Fasukh for centuries. They use it not only as a perfume but also as a way to ward off insects and protect themselves from the sun. Often used to cleanse and protect the person and the home, counteract the evil eye and malignant forces whether of human or otherworldly nature. Though usually burned as an incense, it is sometimes prepared into a liquid or paste and applied to the soles of shoes or to the door frame of one's home.
Fasukh is made using a blend of aromatic herbs, spices, and resins that are mixed with oils and then aged for several months. The result is a rich and complex perfume with notes of amber, smoke, and dry wood. It is a popular fragrance among both men and women and is often used for special occasions like weddings and religious festivals.