Duru Kolonya Lemon, Turkish fragrance water, eau de kolonya, Zitrone, 200 ml (Pack of 1)

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Duru Kolonya Lemon, Turkish fragrance water, eau de kolonya, Zitrone, 200 ml (Pack of 1)

Duru Kolonya Lemon, Turkish fragrance water, eau de kolonya, Zitrone, 200 ml (Pack of 1)

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Mahmood, Saba. 2004. Politics of Piety: The Islamic Revival and the Feminist Subject. Princeton: Princeton Universities Press. [Google Scholar] Rebul’s brand, Atelier Rebul, offers cologne in stylish bottles with rare scents such as lemongrass and honey, amber, jasmine, rose, magnolia, fig, lavender, verbena, and ginger. In the 18th century, cologne spread rapidly among the bourgeoisie because it was seen as a symbol of purity and cleanliness. Sabah. 2020c. “Ben böyle bir satışı ne dedemden duydum, ne babamdan duydum [I haven’t heard of such a sale neither from my grandfather nor from my father].” September 24. Accessed 17 December 2020. https://www.sabah.com.tr/kayseri/2020/09/24/ben-boyle-bir-satisi-ne-dedemden-duydum-ne-babamdan-duydum. [Google Scholar]

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Hürriyet. 2020b. “Corona açıklamasından sonra akın ettiler [After the Corona statement, panic-buying].” Hürriyet DHA, March 11. Accessed 17 December 2020. https://www.hurriyet.com.tr/galeri-corona-aciklamasindan-sonra-akin-ettiler-41466532. [Google Scholar] Turks started using it mainly as a refresher and perfume. By 1923, Eyüp Sabri Tuncer started producing kolonya out of a small shop in Ankara. Customers got free sample bottles. Liebelt, Claudia. 2023. Istanbul Appearances: Beauty and the Making of Middle-Class Femininities in Urban Turkey. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press. [Google Scholar] Süngü, Yaşar. 2020. “Bir kolonyacının öyküsü [A Perfumer’s Tale].” Yeni Şafak, April 19. Accessed 17 December 2020. https://www.yenisafak.com/yazarlar/yasarsungu/bir-kolonyacinin-oykusu-2054879. [Google Scholar] Since you are here, we would like to share our vision for the future of travel - and the direction Culture Trip is moving in.

Hürriyet. 2020a. “Corona Virüs yüzünden yok satıyor! ‘Bir yılda satamadığımız ürünü bir saatte tükettik’ [Coronavirus-related clearance! ‘We sold more in an hour than we usually do in a year’]. ” March 11. Accessed 17 December 2020. https://www.hurriyet.com.tr/gundem/corona-virus-yuzunden-yok-satiyor-bir-yilda-satamadigimiz-urunu-bir-saatte-tukettik-41466774. [Google Scholar]Thus, in Muslim history and within Islamic or Prophetic Medicine, scents are endowed with great significance, with good scents being considered media of protection and of divine presence. During the so-called Golden Age of Islam, scholars and physicians such as Ali Rabban at-Tabarī (fl. ca. 805–870 AD), al-Kindī (801–873 AD), al-Masʿūdī (fl. ca. 895–957 AD) and al-Zahrāwī (936–1013 AD), being expected “to have knowledge on the preparation of perfumes” (King Citation2017, 5), ascribed healing powers to particular scents. In his fourteenth-century treatise of prophetic medicine, the theologian and physician Ibn Quayyim al-Jawziyya (1292–1350 AD) lists several scents—including musk, aloe wood, ambergris, and frankincense—as medical substances, stating that perfume (Arab., t.īb) preserves the health, because “it makes the heart rejoice, pleases the soul and revitalizes the spirit” (Ibn Quayyim al-Jawziyya Citation1998, 199). Scents are more generally regarded highly as among the “beloved things” of the Prophet, also functioning as demonifuge according to Ibn Quayyim due to the fact that “[g]ood spirits love a beautiful scent, while evil spirits like an evil smell” (ibid., 200).

The supplier to our shop is Eyüp Sabri Tuncer, one of the foremost Kolonya producers in Turkey, and they export to more than 70 countries. One of their most recognizable products is the lemon scented Kolonya used across Turkey today. Grosz, Elizabeth. 1987. “Notes towards a Corporeal Feminism.” Australian Feminist Studies 2 ( 5): 1–16. doi:10.1080/08164649.1987.9961562 [Taylor & Francis Online] , [Google Scholar] Turkish Kolonya scents are very diverse. Lavanta is the perfect one for summer as a mosquito repellent. Fig scent is my favorite in winter, making me remember summer. Aromas of Turkish KolonyaCologne kills bacteria by dissolving their oily membrane and neutralizing their cell structure. Can cologne be used as a mosquito repellent? Evered, E. Ö., and K. T.Evered. 2016. “A Geopolitics of Drinking: Debating the Place of Alcohol in Early Republican Turkey.” Political Geography 50: 48–60. doi:10.1016/j.polgeo.2015.06.006 [Crossref] [Web of Science ®] , [Google Scholar] Jung, Dinah. 2011. An Ethnography of Fragrance: The Perfumery Arts of ‘Adan/Lahj. Leiden, Boston: Brill. [Crossref] , [Google Scholar] Alcohol in Cologne also acts as a disinfectant which helps faster healing mosquito bites. What do Turkish barbers spray after a haircut? TBB. 2020. “Koronavirüs Enfeksiyonundan Korunmaya İlişkin Bilgi Notu. [Information Sheet Regarding Coronavirus Infection Protection Türk Tabipleri Birliği [Turkish Medical Association].” March 11. Accessed 18 December 2020. https://www.ttb.org.tr/haber_goster.php?Guid=574ba56a-637b-11ea-897f-e0b4e354fcf1. [Google Scholar]

There are many tips for making Kolonya, but the most important is fragrance. If you do not have good-smelling oil, you will have no chance of making a good Kolonya. Cologne was an absolute hit among Turkish people because of its pleasant smell and refreshing effect. I used to make Turkish Kolonya with my dad, who is a pharmacist. Making Turkish Kolonya is very easy. Yet, today branded Cologne is cheaper and has a better smell.Selin: Said to be the first brand to produce kolonya in Turkish history, Selin first hit the market in 1912 in Izmir as Altın Damlası Kolonyası (Golden Drop Cologne), which was made at the historical Şifa Eczanesi in Kemeraltı by none other than Süleyman Ferit Eczacıbaşı. The cologne became a prestigious gift given by anyone visiting Izmir. E., and V.Çalışkan. 2018. “A Sectoral Analysis on Industrial Geography: Cologne Industry in Balikesi̇r.” Journal of Geography 37: 1–17. doi:10.26650/JGEOG394150. [Crossref] , [Google Scholar] Kolonya means Cologne. It was born in Köln, Germany in the 18th century. However, it is best known internationally after its French pronunciation Cologne or “Eau de Cologne” – water from Cologne. While cologne is primarily a light perfume, Kolonya has been applied as a refresher and hand cleanser in the Balkans and Anatolia for centuries. Yeni, Şafak. 2020a. “Devamlı kolonya kullanmak cildi tahriş ediyor: Mikroplardan korunmak için gül suyu kullanınız [Constant use of Cologne causes Skin Irritation: To Protect from Microbes, use Rose Water].” March 18. Accessed 17 December 2020. https://www.yenisafak.com/koronavirus/devamli-kolonya-kullanmak-cildi-tahris-ediyor-mikroplardan-korunmak-icin-gul-suyu-kullaniniz-3530172. [Google Scholar]

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