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  • Glass bottle production process

    Glass bottle production process

    How is glass produced? The production process of glass includes: batching, melting, forming, annealing and other processes. They are introduced as follows: 1. For ingredients, according to the designed material recipe, weigh all kinds of raw materials and mix them evenly...
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  • The difference between blown glass bottles and pressed glass bottles

    The difference between blown glass bottles and pressed glass bottles

    The so-called blown glass bottles or pressed glass bottles are based on the forming process of glass bottles. The forming of glass bottles is to transform molten glass into solid products with a fixed shape. Forming must be carried out within a certain temperature range....
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  • Development of perfume

    Development of perfume

    Perfume has puzzled the history of mankind for almost 100 years in Europe, but perfume has witnessed the ups and downs of the times with its unique charm. When we look back on this history, we can't help wandering between reality and illusion again. Without perfume, our ...
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  • Origin of Essential Oils

    Origin of Essential Oils

    The development history of essential oils abroad: In 3000 BC, ancient Egypt began to use plant spices as preservatives to make mummies. In the 4th century BC, the ancient Greeks had noticed that the smell of flowers could lift the spirits or relax people. There are also ...
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  • About the history of perfume development

    About the history of perfume development

    In fact, the development of perfume can be divided according to the function and era of perfume. In other words, the history of perfume is the history of human ilization. In ancient human society, fragrance was often seen as a bridge between human beings and gods and Bud...
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  • Glass Bottle ,Museum

    Glass Bottle ,Museum

     Glass Bottle Museum is located in the north of the Sukhumvit (Sukhumvit) Highway Bypass in the south section of the east side of Pattaya, Thailand. The museum was founded by the Dutch Mr. Bjj De Leij. This is an unobtrusive bottle art museum. The museum has a collection...
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  • China’s local niche perfume is rising

    China’s local niche perfume is rising

    With the devaluation of the yuan and lack of confidence among Chinese consumers, luxury brands will have a tough year in this important market. But recent investments suggest that China's fragrance market has the potential to be a bright spot. Fragrances are in a period ...
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  • The history of perfumery

    The history of perfumery

    The name of the perfume "Perfume" comes from the Latin "Parfumare (penetrating smoke)". After the ancients learned to use fire, they believed that the sky-high smoke emitted when objects were burned is the connection between the earth and the gods, so it has a fragrance....
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  • Pursue the fragrance and permeate the classical civilizations of the East and the West

    Pursue the fragrance and permeate the classical civilizations of the East and the West

    Perfume-Perfume, is derived from the Latin parfumare, the original meaning is “through the smoke“. Spices were used in Egypt around the third millennium BC, well before other civilizations of the same period. The Cofiscent incense they invented was the earliest human perfume, but ther...
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  • How to open a perfume bottle?

    How to open a perfume bottle?

    To open a perfume bottle, you can use needle nose pliers and a vice. Specific steps are as follows: 1. Remove the outer cap of the perfume bottle, then unplug the nozzle, while placing the perfume bottle on a level surface, pull the nozzle straight up with your fingers, and put the nozzle aside w...
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  • What is the production process of perfume bottles?

    What is the production process of perfume bottles?

    The material of high-quality perfume bottles is basically glass, because glass is a material that can better store perfume among all materials. Because perfumes are volatile, they can easily evaporate if stored improperly. As we all know, the value of big-name perfumes is very high. If you accide...
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  • About The Raw Materials Used To Make The First Perfume Bottles?

    About The Raw Materials Used To Make The First Perfume Bottles?

    The earliest raw material used to make perfume bottles should be silica (glass). Egypt in the pharaonic era learned the core glass modeling techniques from the Mesopotamians to match their perfumes, essential oils or balms. container. The earliest perfume was invented in ancient Egypt and there w...
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