This Bakhour / Bakhoor was made by Nabeel who is known for his scents of atmosphere and incense.It is composed of notes of rose, saffron, vetiver, lemon, musk ...
This bakhoor is composed of pieces of agarwood that are mixed with perfume oils.
A good choice for your interiors ...
Net weight: 40 g
Brand: Nabeel Perfume
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This Bakhour / Bakhoor was made by Nabeel who is known for his scents of atmosphere and incense.
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Incense Incense sticks unique and beautifully handmade sticks unique and beautifully handmade.
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