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Mukhallat is an Arabic word and means mixture, mixture. Mukhallats are mixtures of essential oils and fragrances. Arab mukhallats usually contain rose, musk, oud and amber notes. Montales Mukhallat is different. Musk is already included. But the smell of wild strawberries outweighs everything. It smells like Hubba-Bubba, Emily Strawberry, Fruit Eraser and indeed eerily violent and synthetic.
The smell probably calms me down because it reminds me of childhood or youth, at least today I was in a bad mood and sprayed my neck with Mukhallat. Two sprayers, one killer dose.
As a result, family tester M wanted nothing more to do with me. That made me think of "50 ways to lose your lover." Sneak out, hop on the bus (and drive away), lose the key or spray yourself with Mukhallat. Family tester Q thinks it's bad, too. I myself got a headache, but it didn't have to be Mukhallat's fault.
The projection is strong, the durability is good. I would find it strange in men, or even stranger than my environment finds it in me. It's probably meant for 13-year-old girls. Mukhallat can be used throughout the year as a therapy or deterrent.
After a few hours the projection becomes weaker. I can also participate in the family life again.