Biomate Colonia Hand Lemon Cologne 80° Premium Quality 400ml,1000ml,5000ml Package
- Lemon Cologne limon kolonyasi
- Available in 400ml/13.4oz, 1000ml/33.5oz, and 5000ml/167.5oz bottles
Kolonya means “cologne”, has been a treasured symbol of Turkish hospitality and health since the Ottoman Empire, and it’s often described as Turkey’s national scent. Traditionally, this sweet-scented aroma made with fig blossoms, jasmine, rose or citrus ingredients is sprinkled on guests’ hands as they enter homes, hotels and hospitals; when they finish meals at restaurants; or as they gather for religious services. But unlike other natural scents, this ethanol-based concoction’s high alcohol content can kill more than 80% of germs and act as an effective hand disinfectant.
Kolonya originated in Turkey – then part of the Ottoman Empire – in the 19th century, when cologne was first imported from Germany. The new perfume inspired new methods of scent-making, and supplanted rosewater as the primary fragrance in Turkey. Other scents were later added to the imported perfume, creating a uniquely Turkish product.
Makeup and usage of Lemon Cologne
Kolonya is composed of ethyl alcohol (between 60 and 80 percent), water, and fragrance. In addition to being used as a cologne, it is commonly used as a disinfectant or hand sanitizer. Traditionally, the aroma derives from fig blossoms, jasmine, rose or citrus ingredients.
Eau de Cologne
German: Kölnisch Wasser [ˈkœlnɪʃ ˈvasɐ]; meaning “Water from Cologne”), or simply cologne, is a perfume originating from Cologne, Germany. Originally mixed by Johann Maria Farina (Giovanni Maria Farina) in 1709, it has since come to be a generic term for scented formulations in typical concentration of 2–5% and also more depending upon its type essential oils or a blend of extracts, alcohol, and water.
In a base of dilute ethanol (70–90%), eau de cologne contains a mixture of citrus oils including oils of lemon, orange, tangerine, clementine, bergamot, lime, grapefruit, blood orange, and bitter orange. It can also contain oils of neroli, lavender, rosemary, thyme, oregano, petitgrain (orange leaf), jasmine, olive, oleaster, and tobacco.
In contemporary American English usage, the term “cologne” has become a generic term for perfumes usually marketed toward men. It also may signify a less concentrated (but more affordable) version of a popular perfume.
About Lemon Cologne:
- The reason for feeling refreshed after applying lemon cologne is that the ethyl alcohol in it is volatile and takes body heat with it as it evaporates.
- Since it is cheaper than ethyl alcohol, colognes in which methyl alcohol water is added cause ( loss ) of sight if it is drunk .