ZARKOPERFUME, the creation of perfumer Zarko Alhlmann Pavlov, is a handmade line of niche perfumes from Denmark. The line, which consists of 6 perfumes, was introduced in December last year in the Benelux. What makes ZARKOPERFUME so unique and innovative is the revolutionary preparation of the perfumes and the personal scent that the molecules develop on every skin. The perfumes are all composed of (the purest parts of) natural molecules that, in contrast to many traditional alcoholic perfumes, are largely preserved in water. All odors are handmade, now with no machine separating and mixing of molecules can be achieved.
Unlike traditional (French) perfumes, the perfumes from ZARKOPERFUME do not consist of a mixture of essential oils and alcohol. Zarko adds natural molecules to the classic French perfumes. Natural molecules, unlike synthetic molecules, come from a natural source. This natural source is dissected into its purest and pure form. The pure molecules are added to the perfumes.
Natural molecules do not react to alcohol as (synthetic) essential oils do. Mixed with alcohol, natural molecules will evaporate. Water, on the other hand, preserves the natural molecule in the vial and also strengthens its intensity. By adding water, the scent of ZARKOPERFUME is not only present on the skin for a long time, but also in the same intensity. Zarko brings together just the right amount of water with the right weight of the molecules to achieve the strength of the fragrance that he has in mind.
Just like water, the skin is also an indispensable part of the perfumes. The perfumes are not yet 'ready' in the bottle. The molecules react to the heat and aura of the skin and melt together, creating a personal scent. The fragrances are worn by both ladies and gentlemen. The male or female skin determines the development of the smell.
Zarko did not stick to the traditional fragrance pyramid when creating the perfumes, but he managed to capture both top and base notes, which are simultaneously observable, without dominating or breaking each other. The result: perfumes with a linear gradient, which at the same time smell fresh and soft as warm and intense.