Bijan's fragrances for both men and women have been wildly successful by any standards and can be considered true works of art. The scents are housed in unique, circular glass flacons with two separate chambers, appearing to defy the laws of gravity. One such bottle is on permanent display at the Smithsonian. In 1988, Bijan for Men, won FiFi’s "Most Successful Men’s Fragrance (Exclusive)" award, and Bijan for Women, won "Best Women’s Fragrance Package." He prevailed again in FiFi’s 1997 rankings, nabbing "Men's Fragrance Star of the Year Specialty/ Department Stores" and "Best National Advertising Campaign – Men’s," with the release of the enormously celebrated Michael Jordan Cologne. The scent is also available in soap, shower gel, deodorant and moisturizing body oil spray. Incredibly, his DNA fragrance presented in a triple helix-shaped bottle, won an Ig Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1995.