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UNISEX 18ML GIFT BOX - ID CHECK
CITRUS, WOODY, AMBERY

A curation of rich, sophisticated fragrances which are perfect for everyday, for special occasions or for gifting to a loved one. This gift box has a selection of our floral, citrus and woody ambery fragrances.

Ps: this box is a mix of our men, women and unisex fragrance making it perfect to gift to a couple or someone who prefers to experiment with their perfumes

The box includes:
Eze Awe a floral aquatic woody fragrance, Eze Nomad a citrus ambery fruity fragrance and Eze Id a citrus woody ambery.

Manufactured by IncredibleIndriya Beauty Essentials PVT LTD.
Hero ingredients

Grapefruit
Fresh and tarty

Ylang Ylang
Rich sweet floral

Vetiver
Earthy and smoky

Pineapple
Fruity and sweet

Bergamot
Sunny and zesty

Amber
Warm and sweet

Grapefruit
Fresh and tarty

Vetiver
Earthy and smoky

Musk
Subtle and fresh
How to use your eze
Twist and pull the cap to open your Eze. Spritz on your pulse points .i.e. behind your ears, near your armpits, the wrists and inner side of the elbow for maximum impact.
Care and storage

The key is to keep it away from light and heat – so a bathroom, or a sunny dressing table, is NOT the place for your fragrance: higher temperatures affect the top notes of a fragrance, making it musty, or more sour. If you have a dark cupboard to store perfume in, or a drawer, that’s perfect.

Ideally, keep it in the box, or – if you’re using a drawer – wrap bottles in a scarf, or even plastic, unglamorous as that is. Be aware that perfume that’s never been opened and kept in a dark place can last more than 40 years!

Faq’s
  1. What is the difference between Parfum, EDP, EDT, Deo, Aftershave and Cologne etc.?

    These descriptions are used to identify the strength or concentration of perfume oil in a fragrance. The concentrations can vary from fragrance to fragrance, but here is an average guide. In general, the higher the percentage, the higher the price

    Extract/solid perfume – 20-30%
    Perfume – 15-25 %
    Eau de Parfum (EDP) – 8-15% (Psst! All Eze perfumes are EDPs)
    Eau de Toilette (EDT) – 4-8%
    Deodorants (Deos)- 2-4%
    Cologne (EDC) – 2-4%
    Aftershave – 2-4%

  2. Where should I apply perfume?

    Spray/dab on your ‘hot spots’, or pulse points – behind the ears, temples, wrists, nape of neck, back of the knees and in the crease of your elbows. The blood flows close to the surface in these zones, and heats the fragrance oils.

    One big no-no: never ever rub their wrists together after applying fragrance, because it affects the oils.

  3. How much should I wear?

    This is personal – but enough so you can smell it, and not too much that it overpowers the surrounding area. Only when people come close should they experience your perfume. If you’re unsure about whether you tend to ‘overdo’ your fragrance, ask a (good) friend. And take into account the occasion, too: you would certainly want to wear more for a romantic night out than to the office, or lunch with a future mother-in-law!

  4. How long will the perfume last on me?

    That depends on the type of fragrance and on your unique odor footprint, as well as the oiliness or dryness of your skin. Perfume likes to ‘cling’ to oil. This could also mean enhancing the natural oil of your skin by applying a body lotion or a rich cream, before applying your perfume, to give it something to ‘cling’ to.

    The strength of the fragrance is also a factor, and so are the notes: deep, smoldering base notes – the woods, resins, leather and tobacco etc. – last longer. So, a fresh cologne will never last as long as an Oriental.

Ingredients
Awe
ETHYL ALCOHOL (96% V/V) CONTENT: 80% W/W DENATURED WITH 0.1549% OF T-BUTYL ALCOHOL + 0.00058% OF DENATONIUM BENZOATE. ALCOHOL DENATURED, PERFUME, AQUA, BHT, BUTYLPHENYL METHYLPROPIONAL, LINALOOL, BENZYL SALICYLATE , LIMONENE, CITRONELLOL, CITRAL

Nomad
ETHYL ALCOHOL (96% V/V) CONTENT: 80% W/W DENATURED WITH 0.1549% OF T-BUTYL ALCOHOL + 0.00058% OF DENATONIUM BENZOATE. ALCOHOL DENATURED, PERFUME, AQUA, BHT, LIMONENE, LINALOOL, BENZYL BENZOATE

Id
ETHYL ALCOHOL(96% V/V) CONTENT: 80% W/W DENATURED WITH 0.1549% OF T-BUTYL ALCOHOL + 0.00058% OF DENATONIUM BENZOATE. ALCOHOL DENATURED, PERFUME, AQUA, BHT, LIMONENE, LINALOOL, COUMARIN, CITRAL

Rs. 1,450.00 Rs. 1,160.00

ID-18
CITRUS, AMBERY

Smells like: stepping into a luxurious campsite in the middle of a desert, plush velvet, exotic fruits piling the tables which a bonfire burns nearby adding a smoky scent to the desert sand, rich and decadent.

Manufactured by IncredibleIndriya Beauty Essentials PVT LTD.
Hero ingredients

Grapefruit
Fresh and tarty

Vetiver
Earthy and smoky

Musk
Subtle and fresh
How to use your eze
Twist and pull the cap to open your Eze. Spritz on your pulse points .i.e. behind your ears, near your armpits, the wrists and inner side of the elbow for maximum impact.
Care and storage

The key is to keep it away from light and heat – so a bathroom, or a sunny dressing table, is NOT the place for your fragrance: higher temperatures affect the top notes of a fragrance, making it musty, or more sour. If you have a dark cupboard to store perfume in, or a drawer, that’s perfect.

Ideally, keep it in the box, or – if you’re using a drawer – wrap bottles in a scarf, or even plastic, unglamorous as that is. Be aware that perfume that’s never been opened and kept in a dark place can last more than 40 years!

Faq’s
  1. What is the difference between Parfum, EDP, EDT, Deo, Aftershave and Cologne etc.?

    These descriptions are used to identify the strength or concentration of perfume oil in a fragrance. The concentrations can vary from fragrance to fragrance, but here is an average guide. In general, the higher the percentage, the higher the price

    Extract/solid perfume – 20-30%
    Perfume – 15-25 %
    Eau de Parfum (EDP) – 8-15% (Psst! All Eze perfumes are EDPs)
    Eau de Toilette (EDT) – 4-8%
    Deodorants (Deos)- 2-4%
    Cologne (EDC) – 2-4%
    Aftershave – 2-4%

  2. Where should I apply perfume?

    Spray/dab on your ‘hot spots’, or pulse points – behind the ears, temples, wrists, nape of neck, back of the knees and in the crease of your elbows. The blood flows close to the surface in these zones, and heats the fragrance oils.

    One big no-no: never ever rub their wrists together after applying fragrance, because it affects the oils.

  3. How much should I wear?

    This is personal – but enough so you can smell it, and not too much that it overpowers the surrounding area. Only when people come close should they experience your perfume. If you’re unsure about whether you tend to ‘overdo’ your fragrance, ask a (good) friend. And take into account the occasion, too: you would certainly want to wear more for a romantic night out than to the office, or lunch with a future mother-in-law!

  4. How long will the perfume last on me?

    That depends on the type of fragrance and on your unique odor footprint, as well as the oiliness or dryness of your skin. Perfume likes to ‘cling’ to oil. This could also mean enhancing the natural oil of your skin by applying a body lotion or a rich cream, before applying your perfume, to give it something to ‘cling’ to.

    The strength of the fragrance is also a factor, and so are the notes: deep, smoldering base notes – the woods, resins, leather and tobacco etc. – last longer. So, a fresh cologne will never last as long as an Oriental.

Ingredients
ETHYL ALCOHOL(96% V/V) CONTENT: 80% W/W DENATURED WITH 0.1549% OF T-BUTYL ALCOHOL + 0.00058% OF DENATONIUM BENZOATE. ALCOHOL DENATURED, PERFUME, AQUA, BHT, LIMONENE, LINALOOL, COUMARIN, CITRAL

Rs. 495.00 Rs. 396.00

VIBE
TANGY, CITRUS

Smells like: walking along a sunlight Mediterranean orchard on a bright sunny day, sunshine glittering off the orange and lemon trees lining the path, the air filled with their zesty, fruity nectar

Manufactured by IncredibleIndriya Beauty Essentials PVT LTD.
Hero ingredients

Lemon
Tangy and zesty

Fig Nectar
Sweet and velvety

Cedar
Woody and citrusy
How to use your eze
Twist and pull the cap to open your Eze. Spritz on your pulse points .i.e. behind your ears, near your armpits, the wrists and inner side of the elbow for maximum impact.
Care and storage

The key is to keep it away from light and heat – so a bathroom, or a sunny dressing table, is NOT the place for your fragrance: higher temperatures affect the top notes of a fragrance, making it musty, or more sour. If you have a dark cupboard to store perfume in, or a drawer, that’s perfect.

Ideally, keep it in the box, or – if you’re using a drawer – wrap bottles in a scarf, or even plastic, unglamorous as that is. Be aware that perfume that’s never been opened and kept in a dark place can last more than 40 years!

Faq’s
  1. What is the difference between Parfum, EDP, EDT, Deo, Aftershave and Cologne etc.?

    These descriptions are used to identify the strength or concentration of perfume oil in a fragrance. The concentrations can vary from fragrance to fragrance, but here is an average guide. In general, the higher the percentage, the higher the price

    Extract/solid perfume – 20-30%
    Perfume – 15-25 %
    Eau de Parfum (EDP) – 8-15% (Psst! All Eze perfumes are EDPs)
    Eau de Toilette (EDT) – 4-8%
    Deodorants (Deos)- 2-4%
    Cologne (EDC) – 2-4%
    Aftershave – 2-4%

  2. Where should I apply perfume?

    Spray/dab on your ‘hot spots’, or pulse points – behind the ears, temples, wrists, nape of neck, back of the knees and in the crease of your elbows. The blood flows close to the surface in these zones, and heats the fragrance oils.

    One big no-no: never ever rub their wrists together after applying fragrance, because it affects the oils.

  3. How much should I wear?

    This is personal – but enough so you can smell it, and not too much that it overpowers the surrounding area. Only when people come close should they experience your perfume. If you’re unsure about whether you tend to ‘overdo’ your fragrance, ask a (good) friend. And take into account the occasion, too: you would certainly want to wear more for a romantic night out than to the office, or lunch with a future mother-in-law!

  4. How long will the perfume last on me?

    That depends on the type of fragrance and on your unique odor footprint, as well as the oiliness or dryness of your skin. Perfume likes to ‘cling’ to oil. This could also mean enhancing the natural oil of your skin by applying a body lotion or a rich cream, before applying your perfume, to give it something to ‘cling’ to.

    The strength of the fragrance is also a factor, and so are the notes: deep, smoldering base notes – the woods, resins, leather and tobacco etc. – last longer. So, a fresh cologne will never last as long as an Oriental.

Ingredients
ETHYL ALCOHOL (96% V/V) CONTENT: 80% W/W DENATURED WITH 0.1549% OF T-BUTYL ALCOHOL + 0.00058% OF DENATONIUM BENZOATE. ALCOHOL DENATURED, PERFUME, AQUA, BHT, LIMONENE, HEXYL CINNAMALADEHYDE, LINALOOL, CITRONELLOL, CITRAL, COUMARIN, GERANIOL, HYDROXYCITRONELLAL

Rs. 695.00

AWE
FLORAL, AQUA

Smells like: a dip in the clear blue sea, blooming with vibrant underwater flora,lush weeds and and earthy corals

Manufactured by IncredibleIndriya Beauty Essentials PVT LTD.
Hero ingredients

Grapefruit
Fresh and tarty

Ylang Ylang
Rich sweet floral

Vetiver
Earthy and smoky
How to use your eze
Twist and pull the cap to open your Eze. Spritz on your pulse points .i.e. behind your ears, near your armpits, the wrists and inner side of the elbow for maximum impact.
Care and storage

The key is to keep it away from light and heat – so a bathroom, or a sunny dressing table, is NOT the place for your fragrance: higher temperatures affect the top notes of a fragrance, making it musty, or more sour. If you have a dark cupboard to store perfume in, or a drawer, that’s perfect.

Ideally, keep it in the box, or – if you’re using a drawer – wrap bottles in a scarf, or even plastic, unglamorous as that is. Be aware that perfume that’s never been opened and kept in a dark place can last more than 40 years!

Faq’s
  1. What is the difference between Parfum, EDP, EDT, Deo, Aftershave and Cologne etc.?

    These descriptions are used to identify the strength or concentration of perfume oil in a fragrance. The concentrations can vary from fragrance to fragrance, but here is an average guide. In general, the higher the percentage, the higher the price

    Extract/solid perfume – 20-30%
    Perfume – 15-25 %
    Eau de Parfum (EDP) – 8-15% (Psst! All Eze perfumes are EDPs)
    Eau de Toilette (EDT) – 4-8%
    Deodorants (Deos)- 2-4%
    Cologne (EDC) – 2-4%
    Aftershave – 2-4%

  2. Where should I apply perfume?

    Spray/dab on your ‘hot spots’, or pulse points – behind the ears, temples, wrists, nape of neck, back of the knees and in the crease of your elbows. The blood flows close to the surface in these zones, and heats the fragrance oils.

    One big no-no: never ever rub their wrists together after applying fragrance, because it affects the oils.

  3. How much should I wear?

    This is personal – but enough so you can smell it, and not too much that it overpowers the surrounding area. Only when people come close should they experience your perfume. If you’re unsure about whether you tend to ‘overdo’ your fragrance, ask a (good) friend. And take into account the occasion, too: you would certainly want to wear more for a romantic night out than to the office, or lunch with a future mother-in-law!

  4. How long will the perfume last on me?

    That depends on the type of fragrance and on your unique odor footprint, as well as the oiliness or dryness of your skin. Perfume likes to ‘cling’ to oil. This could also mean enhancing the natural oil of your skin by applying a body lotion or a rich cream, before applying your perfume, to give it something to ‘cling’ to.

    The strength of the fragrance is also a factor, and so are the notes: deep, smoldering base notes – the woods, resins, leather and tobacco etc. – last longer. So, a fresh cologne will never last as long as an Oriental.

Ingredients
ETHYL ALCOHOL (96% V/V) CONTENT: 80% W/W DENATURED WITH 0.1549% OF T-BUTYL ALCOHOL + 0.00058% OF DENATONIUM BENZOATE. ALCOHOL DENATURED, PERFUME, AQUA, BHT, BUTYLPHENYL METHYLPROPIONAL, LINALOOL, BENZYL SALICYLATE , LIMONENE, CITRONELLOL, CITRAL

Rs. 695.00

FLOW
FLORAL, POWDERY

Smells like: stepping into a patisserie, the air filled with the warm fragrance of sweet bakes, tarty fruits and a fresh bouquet of roses.

Manufactured by IncredibleIndriya Beauty Essentials PVT LTD.
Hero ingredients

Peach
Sweet and juicy

Rose
Sophisticated and musky

Vanilla
Creamy and woody
How to use your eze
Twist and pull the cap to open your Eze. Spritz on your pulse points .i.e. behind your ears, near your armpits, the wrists and inner side of the elbow for maximum impact.
Care and storage

The key is to keep it away from light and heat – so a bathroom, or a sunny dressing table, is NOT the place for your fragrance: higher temperatures affect the top notes of a fragrance, making it musty, or more sour. If you have a dark cupboard to store perfume in, or a drawer, that’s perfect.

Ideally, keep it in the box, or – if you’re using a drawer – wrap bottles in a scarf, or even plastic, unglamorous as that is. Be aware that perfume that’s never been opened and kept in a dark place can last more than 40 years!

Faq’s
  1. What is the difference between Parfum, EDP, EDT, Deo, Aftershave and Cologne etc.?

    These descriptions are used to identify the strength or concentration of perfume oil in a fragrance. The concentrations can vary from fragrance to fragrance, but here is an average guide. In general, the higher the percentage, the higher the price

    Extract/solid perfume – 20-30%
    Perfume – 15-25 %
    Eau de Parfum (EDP) – 8-15% (Psst! All Eze perfumes are EDPs)
    Eau de Toilette (EDT) – 4-8%
    Deodorants (Deos)- 2-4%
    Cologne (EDC) – 2-4%
    Aftershave – 2-4%

  2. Where should I apply perfume?

    Spray/dab on your ‘hot spots’, or pulse points – behind the ears, temples, wrists, nape of neck, back of the knees and in the crease of your elbows. The blood flows close to the surface in these zones, and heats the fragrance oils.

    One big no-no: never ever rub their wrists together after applying fragrance, because it affects the oils.

  3. How much should I wear?

    This is personal – but enough so you can smell it, and not too much that it overpowers the surrounding area. Only when people come close should they experience your perfume. If you’re unsure about whether you tend to ‘overdo’ your fragrance, ask a (good) friend. And take into account the occasion, too: you would certainly want to wear more for a romantic night out than to the office, or lunch with a future mother-in-law!

  4. How long will the perfume last on me?

    That depends on the type of fragrance and on your unique odor footprint, as well as the oiliness or dryness of your skin. Perfume likes to ‘cling’ to oil. This could also mean enhancing the natural oil of your skin by applying a body lotion or a rich cream, before applying your perfume, to give it something to ‘cling’ to.

    The strength of the fragrance is also a factor, and so are the notes: deep, smoldering base notes – the woods, resins, leather and tobacco etc. – last longer. So, a fresh cologne will never last as long as an Oriental.

Ingredients
ETHYL ALCOHOL (96% V/V) CONTENT: 80% W/W DENATURED WITH 0.1549% OF T-BUTYL ALCOHOL + 0.00058% OF DENATONIUM BENZOATE. ALCOHOL DENATURED, PERFUME, AQUA, BHT, CINNAMYL ALCOHOL, LIMONENE

Rs. 695.00

ID
CITRUS, AMBERY

Smells like: stepping into a luxurious campsite in the middle of a desert, plush velvet, exotic fruits piling the tables which a bonfire burns nearby adding a smoky scent to the desert sand, rich and decadent.

Manufactured by IncredibleIndriya Beauty Essentials PVT LTD.
Hero ingredients

Grapefruit
Fresh and tarty

Vetiver
Earthy and smoky

Musk
Subtle and fresh
How to use your eze
Twist and pull the cap to open your Eze. Spritz on your pulse points .i.e. behind your ears, near your armpits, the wrists and inner side of the elbow for maximum impact.
Care and storage

The key is to keep it away from light and heat – so a bathroom, or a sunny dressing table, is NOT the place for your fragrance: higher temperatures affect the top notes of a fragrance, making it musty, or more sour. If you have a dark cupboard to store perfume in, or a drawer, that’s perfect.

Ideally, keep it in the box, or – if you’re using a drawer – wrap bottles in a scarf, or even plastic, unglamorous as that is. Be aware that perfume that’s never been opened and kept in a dark place can last more than 40 years!

Faq’s
  1. What is the difference between Parfum, EDP, EDT, Deo, Aftershave and Cologne etc.?

    These descriptions are used to identify the strength or concentration of perfume oil in a fragrance. The concentrations can vary from fragrance to fragrance, but here is an average guide. In general, the higher the percentage, the higher the price

    Extract/solid perfume – 20-30%
    Perfume – 15-25 %
    Eau de Parfum (EDP) – 8-15% (Psst! All Eze perfumes are EDPs)
    Eau de Toilette (EDT) – 4-8%
    Deodorants (Deos)- 2-4%
    Cologne (EDC) – 2-4%
    Aftershave – 2-4%

  2. Where should I apply perfume?

    Spray/dab on your ‘hot spots’, or pulse points – behind the ears, temples, wrists, nape of neck, back of the knees and in the crease of your elbows. The blood flows close to the surface in these zones, and heats the fragrance oils.

    One big no-no: never ever rub their wrists together after applying fragrance, because it affects the oils.

  3. How much should I wear?

    This is personal – but enough so you can smell it, and not too much that it overpowers the surrounding area. Only when people come close should they experience your perfume. If you’re unsure about whether you tend to ‘overdo’ your fragrance, ask a (good) friend. And take into account the occasion, too: you would certainly want to wear more for a romantic night out than to the office, or lunch with a future mother-in-law!

  4. How long will the perfume last on me?

    That depends on the type of fragrance and on your unique odor footprint, as well as the oiliness or dryness of your skin. Perfume likes to ‘cling’ to oil. This could also mean enhancing the natural oil of your skin by applying a body lotion or a rich cream, before applying your perfume, to give it something to ‘cling’ to.

    The strength of the fragrance is also a factor, and so are the notes: deep, smoldering base notes – the woods, resins, leather and tobacco etc. – last longer. So, a fresh cologne will never last as long as an Oriental.

Ingredients
ETHYL ALCOHOL(96% V/V) CONTENT: 80% W/W DENATURED WITH 0.1549% OF T-BUTYL ALCOHOL + 0.00058% OF DENATONIUM BENZOATE. ALCOHOL DENATURED, PERFUME, AQUA, BHT, LIMONENE, LINALOOL, COUMARIN, CITRAL

Rs. 695.00