Frankincense and myrrh are two of the first materials that come to mind when thinking about incense, but labdanum, agarwood, cedar, pine, sandal, copal and other woods and resins are often components of incense too.
A gnarled incense tree is shown.
Instead of a steam distilled essential oil or solvent extracted absolute, Incense Pure uses a frankincense CO2 oil that is especially long-lasting on the skin. The myrrh essential oil in Incense Pure has a warm, sweet drydown that adds richness to the base. Frankincense and myrrh are included in other scents besides Incense Pure too, as shown in the fragrance notes lists.
Frankincense resin tears are pictured.