A natural answer to bug spray. Made with natural ingredients that doesn’t dry out skin.
Can’t commit? Date this one before you put a ring on it!
All Minis are Eau de Toilette strength.
ANYTHING WITH BUTTER
sweet cream butter; great for layering
chinese silk vine, bright green citrus, shiso, ravansara, plai, hay, precious woods
sweet roasted roots, garden flowers, salted herbs, dry cedar chest
dark orange citrus accord, bulgarian rose otto, precious woods
boozy dried fruits, green cognac, bitter-sweet citrus accord, maté, dark patchouli, zdravets
deep orange citrus, bitter almond, fossilized amber, benzoin heartnote, opoppanax, leather, smoky woods, spiced vanilla
fresh cucumber, tart citrus, with a smooth, soft, minty-sweet drydown
MY NEW NORMAL
forest floor, bitter citrus, sweet leaves, and pink peppercorn
fresh cinnamon buns, but better; great for layering
honeyed stone fruits, white floral bouquet, rose accord, spiced woods
amber mélange, green citrus accord, orris notes, crisp white flowers, and familiar cologne bases.
soapy fresh, milky notes, light powdery musk
∗ For a glossary of terms used above, click HERE ∗
Highly concentrated, highly aromatic extractions from plants. The process is usually solvent extraction which results in a concrete, then the concrete is extracted with ethanol. This extract is cooled, the solidified waxes are cold filtered and yields a liquid extract. When the ethanol evaporates an oil – the absolute – is left behind.
Like the notes in a music chord, the perfumer uses accords to create layered, complex yet harmonious blends usually created by scent family; amber, citrus, chypre, floral, forest, fougère, earthy, oriental, woody.
CO2 Select Extract
CO2 Select Extracts are extremely pure plant extracts produced from a relatively new and highly efficient extraction process. The CO2 extraction process, or supercritical extraction process, will in some cases.
A concentrated hydrophobic liquid containing volatile chemical compounds from plants. Used in perfumery, aromatherapy, and alternative medicine. The process to create an essential oil is generally extraction by distillation, often by using steam. Other processes include expression, solvent extraction, resign tapping, was embedding (usually florals), and cold pressing.
**(NOTE: improper use of essential oils may cause harm including allergic reactions and skin irritation. Children and pets may be particularly susceptible to the toxic effects of improper use.
The period of time after the middle note dissipates revealing the base notes and the body of the perfume is called the dry down.
Naturally occurring chemicals (single chemicals) that have been “isolated” from their natural sources using the least invasive methods of extraction, usually fractional distillation. They have been extracted by purely physical means and have not undergone any chemical transformation.