Fougere Perfumes Perfume Oils Free From Alcohol

The word “Fougere” is french for Fern and it derives from a fragrance created by Houbigant called "Fouler Royale" which was the first Fougere fragrance.

Fougere family group is made with a base made of lavender, oak moss and coumarin and is normally indicated by its distinct herbaceous and woody scent. The fougere family group is a typical anchor character of manly fragrances. Typical materials used for Fougere perfumes are coumarin, lavender and oak moss.