Velvety red roses in front of a smoldering fireplace, the room scented with cardamom, sandalwood and amber. October 2017
*This is actually juniper, but is usually referred to as cedar, and the type of scent most commonly associated with cedarwood. We also use Himalayan Cedarwood oil in some of our blends, which is a true cedar and slightly more pine-like.
Perfume blend including essential oils, absolutes and/or other aroma chemicals. The carrier oil base varies from 100% Caprylic/Capric Triglycerides to a blend of that and Isopropyl Myristate, and in some blends a small amount of avocado oil is used (percentage of carriers varies by fragrance). Please read the Perfume category page for more details about our blends.
The ingredients in our fragrances are of different viscosities, colors, and miscibility. Therefore, some may require a slight shake before use to mix any ingredients which may have settled or separated. It is normal to see such separation, and some natural ingredients will contain visible particles or tiny "clumps" which don't dissolve. Many perfume oils may get adversely affected by changes in temperature and/or pressure during transit, and perform best after they have sat at room temperature for at least a day.
Roll-on bottles are 7ml (0.236 fl oz / 1.89 dram). Sample bottles with screw-on caps contain about 1.4ml