Bint el Sudan perfume
Bint el Sudan (literally "daughter of Sudan" in Arabic) is a fragrance produced in Nigeria. Considered Africa's "No. 5 chanel", Bint El sudan perfume has even been marketed in the United States as "Africa's famous love fragrance".
Women use it to boost their sex appeal, and men use it as an aphrodisiac.
Available with green cap and red cap.
The composition of Bint El Sudan is a blend of natural floral notes, with an emphasis on jasmine, lilac and lily of the valley, with woody notes and undertones of musk and amber.
It is a powerful scent that, over the 91 years of his life, has become one of the incomparable smells associated with Africa. The scent today is essentially the same, except for some modernized notes, mainly due to changes in the availability of raw materials and toxicological rules and regulations.
Its many uses are shrouded in mysteries surrounding religion and ritual.
At first, it was believed to be used by women to enhance their personal beauty and sex appeal. Later it became a natural wedding gift where the perfume is used for both the bride and the groom.
Because of this, it gained a reputation as an aphrodisiac, as it was widely used on wedding nights.
In more primitive areas, the scent has the "power" to drive away the "bad guy"; Bint el Sudan thus acquired magical properties. It is also used for medicinal purposes