https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kokum_oil https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garcinia_indica Kokum butter is cold pressed from the seeds of the wild Mangoustan fruits. Its dry highly emollient texture makes it a superior butter for a non-greasy skin preparation.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astrocaryum_vulgare A palm tree widely distributed in the amazon, tucuma butter is extracted from its fruit seeds and a great economic resource for the communities. It has great emollient capacity together with a slippery texture providing a highly sensual experience when applied and melt on the skin. Its pleasant faint scent is reminiscent of milky [...]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tilia_%C3%97_europaea Linden trees are deciduous pillar-like trees growing mostly in various parts of Europe. Its flowers are the source of delicious honey, infusions and essential oil and it bears a deeply appeasing scent.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abelmoschus_moschatus The seeds from the tropical Hibiscus flower are known for their musk-like aroma. This plant has been almost wiped out of perfumery by the rise of cheaper synthetic musks. Its enigmatic aroma, also used in cooking and Ayurveda, is nevertheless unchallenged and its presence in a perfume cannot be unnoticed.