Apparently, the use of perfumes and fragrances has been a common denominator of almost all cultures of the world, throughout the history of mankind. Somehow, different peoples, with their varying degrees of technology have managed to extract perfumes or pleasant fragrances of various elements of nature. First records that have the elaboration of perfumes can be traced back to the bronze age, 4500 years before Christ. Use given to these fragrant substances extracted mainly from the animal Kingdom was ritual, worship to the deities and funeral rites. The Egyptians led the art of making perfumes a technological peak and quality, rarely exceeded. The Egyptians were masters in the manufacture of perfumes, but also in its conservation, as they managed to realize that preservation of perfumes is almost as important as your processes to prepare them. The preparation of perfumes by the Egyptians was still five major stages: vehicle. Refers to a vector substance, You must not bring fragrance itself, but must serve to conveyed active ingredients. Do astringent to this substance, i.e. remove or reduce the component fatty as much as possible, but still retains its virtues of solvent. Preparation of a liquid medium based on this vehicle preparation of dry substances that eventually will bring fragrance to perfume cooking of both components in the preparation of perfumes, since the beginning of this activity, are commonly used vegetables, flowers, and herbs and aromatic plants substances, but are also used substances of animal origin, such as Ambergrisexcerpted from the whales. Precious was Ambergris which for a long time was used as currency for commercial transactions. Indiscriminate hunting of whales to extract this precious material almost leads them to extinction. Ambergris is a substance that is extracted from the intestines of these cetaceans and biliary section. Its usefulness is believed to be the protect viscera during the process of the digestion of food. To extract it, it has a whitish color, with some black spots, and its smell is foul. But to leave it in the Sun, through a process of photolysis, its color and its texture change, returning a greyish substance. The smell changes, becoming a marine, earthy and sweet aroma. Amber in State is edible, looking much like chocolate. Cyprus was another village of antiquity were produced where the top perfumes of the ancient world, which were marketed worldwide known, from Europe to Asia. Recently, archaeologists have discovered a perfume factory in the island of Cyprus, about four thousand years old. Cinnamon, laurel and Myrtle was used for its elaboration. In this factory barrels of oil 500 liters capacity, were found which realizes the importance of this industry to the local economies of that time.