Lebanese women and fragrances are a traditional love story, even before perfumes and aromatic products became commercialized and sold in markets. They relied on mother nature to create their own, from body fragrances and skin lotions to scented soaps.
Sure, things have changed and evolved through times as the Lebanese tend to move with the trends. But homemade fragrances haven’t really disappeared entirely from our households.
And who doesn’t remember teta’s pouches of dried lavender spread here and there in wardrobes and drawers?
It remains that fashion and trendiness are known characteristics of the Lebanese, especially among women who, whatever their budget or lack of it, persist in maintaining dapper styles, and that includes wearing trendy perfumes.
Women in Lebanon are the largest consumers of these aromatic products in the Lebanese market where you can find all the latest perfumes by international and luxury brands.
Some of these perfumes tend to trend more than others, and here are the currently trending ones with their prices.
Note:The prices mentioned are as of the time of writing.