Google’s new ‘Piloceros’ perfume is one of many new products to make its way into the world’s fashion and beauty stores.
But it may be the most intriguing of the bunch.
The perfume, which Google released on Monday, is the latest in a string of new perfume offerings by the internet search giant that will hit stores soon after the global pandemic officially ended.
It is the product of Google’s ‘Pillsbury Labs’ — a division that develops perfume, deodorants and body lotions — which focuses on creating ‘premium fragrances’ to make the search giant a household name in the US.
The company has been experimenting with new products for years, and has a strong brand name recognition in the beauty industry, with brands including Revlon and Lancôme.
Pillars of Protection, on the other hand, is a ‘premier’ version of the perfume that is designed to be more appealing to consumers in a country where the outbreak of the Zika-related virus has become a serious public health threat.
It contains 100 per cent natural ingredients like cocoa, avocado, rose, and lemon balm, as well as a blend of spices including cinnamon, cardamom and cardamol.
It’s the latest fragrance to come from the team that has worked with Google’s partners, including its partner at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies, the Centre For Advanced Manufacturing, and the Centre of the International Innovation Network.
The fragrance’s formula was created by combining the ingredients to create a unique blend that is infused with rose petals, lavender, and lavender essential oils.
It was developed with a team of six to 12 people, and was designed to work with the smell of the ‘pills’ — which, according to the company, ‘possesses a sweet, fresh and fruity aroma’.
It has been available to customers in the UK, Germany, the US, Canada and France.
Pills-Paints have been a popular fragrance ingredient for years but have not seen much popularity outside the US because of the cost, and it is difficult to find them in stores.
Pavilion perfume, the new ‘premia’ version made by Google, is designed for a much more premium clientele.
It has also been praised by beauty bloggers for its ‘unique’ blend of rose, lavandia and geranium oils.
“The brand’s new premium scent is infused by a blend that has been carefully crafted to offer the best of the roses, lavands, geraniums and geraniol oils for a premium client,” a spokesperson said.
“A blend of high-quality rose petal oils and geranol essential oils creates a scent that is highly fragrant with a sweet fruity scent.
The fragrance has a fruity, floral, herbal aroma, and is a very appealing alternative to the usual ‘cute and soft’ scent of perfumes.”
Pillaries can also be used as a natural pesticide in food production.
Pillard’s ‘premieres’ are meant to be used in food products such as food packaging and other products.
Google’s partnership with the Centre is a big deal, but it comes at a price.
Polls show that Americans have grown weary of the fear of Zika virus and the spread of the virus that has made the US the epicenter of the pandemic.
“It is clear that consumers are tired of pandemic fear and worry,” Google said in a statement.
“This partnership with our partners will allow us to further focus our efforts on providing products that are safe and effective for consumers and the environment.
This partnership also ensures that we can continue to provide products that consumers love and trust.”
It will also allow the search company to continue its push to attract more consumers to its platform.
“Google continues to work hard to make products that people love and rely on,” Google spokesperson Amanda Brown said.
“Our goal is to make our users feel good, and that is why we’re partnering with our suppliers to create and sell premium fragrance.