Jada Perfume Emporium – from Dubai to Limerick

The FRENCH perfumer Francis Kurkdjian once said that “perfume is the art that makes memory speak”.

This is certainly the philosophy that Foysal Khan has adapted with his Jada Perfume Emporium at Arthur’s Quay.

Foysal started the business in 2016 and specializes in Arabic Oudh fragrances which have grown in popularity in Ireland in recent years.

The Limerick man brought Al Haramain fragrances and associated companies to Irish and Western markets and won many fans along the way.

Her boutique is the only authorized retail and wholesale distributor for the Irish market of their selected fragrances.

The products are available online but they have had a physical presence in Limerick at their Arthur’s Quay kiosk since December 2020.

The demand for oriental fragrances is growing rapidly and it’s easy to see why thanks to their unique ingredients and scents.

Each product is different but they all contain natural ingredients and are alcohol-free, which is evident from their fragrances.

The scents are sweet and don’t overpower the senses like some other brands, the trail they leave behind is sweet without being too much.

Hours after trying the scents, the scent is still as apparent as when first sprayed with the products that react to the skin‘s natural pigments.

The fragrances originate from Dubai and are an extremely popular brand there, with people preferring their mild scents over more potent options.

Foysal benefits from the business of loyal customers who have discovered the fragrances and then shared them with family and friends who have in turn become loyal customers.

Jada Perfume Emporium is located on the ground floor of Arthur’s Quay Shopping Center in Limerick City.

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