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Notes


Tiare, Teakwood 

History


The national flower of faraway island of Tahiti, the Tiare is a small, white, star-shaped flower that blossoms all year long on the cliffs of French Polynesia. Used since ancient times in everyday Polynesian life, the white petals of the Tiare flower were infused in coconut oil and applied as a skin conditioner to protect the skin of fishermen while out at sea. The Polynesians also used the fragrance for therapeutic massages and during religious ceremonies to anoint sacred objects and purify offerings to the gods.

Tiare Tahiti

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