This one speaks to those who loves the more earthier and grounding scents. A Wonderful mixture of Clary Sage, Sandelwood, Grapefruit, Lemon, Rosemary, Neroli & Bergamont. Perfect scent for a man or a woman who loves a more masculine scent. This fragrance also serves as a perfect insect repellent, perfect to pack for your outdoor & exotic adventures.
The wonderful thing about using prime essential oils as your perfume is you get an opportunity to experience some of the amazing properties that come along with using these pure natural ingredients.
Clary Sage: Antiseptic, antidepressant, astringent
Grapefruit: anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, natural stress fighter
Rosemary: improves memory, relieve muscle aches and pains, anti-inflammatory
Bergamont: Improves Blood Circulation, Reduces pain, Relaxant Sedative.
5ml bottle. Carrier oil base is fractioned Coconut Oil. Mindfully created & mixed in the USA. We have spent a lot of time researching the best essential oil suppliers and will choose quality over quantity always.
You can request a test sampler of this perfume. Please email us at email@example.com with your request and address. We'll be happy to send you a sample free of charge!
This perfume roller is non-refundable.
Did you know?
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) reports that, while many popular perfumes, colognes and body sprays contain trace amounts of natural essences, they also typically contain a dozen or more potentially hazardous synthetic chemicals, some of which are derived from petroleum. To protect trade secrets, makers are allowed to withhold fragrance ingredients, so consumers can’t rely on labels to know what hazards may lurk inside that new bottle of perfume.
“A rose may be a rose,” reports EWG. “But that rose-like fragrance in your perfume may be something else entirely, concocted from any number of the fragrance industry’s 3,100 stock chemical ingredients, the blend of which is almost always kept hidden from the consumer.”
The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, a coalition of over 100 groups seeking transparency about chemicals in cosmetics, commissioned independent laboratory tests that revealed 38 secret chemicals in 17 leading fragrances. “The average fragrance product tested contained 14 secret chemicals not listed on the label,” reports EWG, which analyzed the Campaign’s data. “Among them are chemicals associated with hormone disruption and allergic reactions, and many substances that have not been assessed for safety in personal care products.”