Organic Perfumes: All Natural Certified Organic Perfumes
All Natural, Certified Organic Perfume in 4 Fragrant Aromatherapy Scents, with Notes of Neroli, Bergamot, Orchid, Tuberose, and Vanilla
These all natural organic perfumes are made with a base of fragrant 100% natural coconut oil, infused with fragrant florals, aromatherapy spices, rare woods, exotic grasses, and sweet fruits. These are completely animal free perfumes, with no use of artificial fragrances, artificial colors, or genetically modified ingredients. Phtalate free, paraben free, petroleum free, and petroleum derivative free, these organic perfumes are made in small artisan batches.
Included in these scents are the intriguing scents of bergamot, neroli, vanilla orchid, tuberose, and other seductive, natural, chemical free scents. This mini collection is packaged in four distinct bottles, 4 ml each. These make a great all natural perfume gift set, or treat for yourself.
Each perfume oil is made with the highest amount of natural and organic ingredients possible and as a result, the color, consistency, and fragrance may vary. These variations do not affect the efficacy of the product and only reflect the possible variations of the natural sources.
Natural fragrances blend with your own body chemistry and will smell different on each person who wears them. They can be blended and layered to create your own personal scent. Using natural perfume is also better for you than wearing synthetics (and smells much better, too!).
Vegan friendly though a small percentage of beeswax is used.
Are Your Perfumes Giving You a Headache? - Do traditional synthetic scents give you a migraine headache?
Have you ever smelled someone's perfume that was so strong it gave you a headache? Modern perfumes from major manufacturers and brands contain synthetic ingredients that have been formulated to simulate other scents without the cost of those natural ingredients - to the manufacturer. You still pay a high price, but the manufacturer pays little. What you are paying for mostly is the brand, packaging, and the marketing. Essentially, you're buying chemicals with a nice brand name.
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Have you wondered why perfume sticks to the skin? Most traditional synthetic perfume contains phthalates and plastics to make the perfume stick to the skin. Phthalates have been shown to cause kidney, liver, lung, and reproductive harm.
Most perfumes do not disclose their ingredients. These are considered "trade secrets," but usually cheaper synthetics and chemicals are used to emulate natural scents. However, not this perfume! Here are the ingredients in this organic perfume (there's nothing to hide here!):
Certified Organic Simmondisa Chinesis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride(coconut) Oil, Natural & Organic Fragrance (No synthetic fragrance, preservatives or artificial colors. 100% pure plant essences), Cymbidium Grandiflorum (Orchid) Flower Extract, Tocopherol (GMO free from a Plant Source)
Chemicals Used in Synthetic Perfumes
About the perfume industry (and why it's important to go natural with your perfume)
95% of chemicals used in fragrances are synthetic compounds derived from petroleum. They include benzene derivatives (used as an additive in gasoline and a sweet-smelling perfume ingredient), Propylene glycol (used as an ingredient in antifreeze and widely used in the perfume industry), Phthalates (Plasticizer used primarily in vinyl and also a perfume fixative), and many other known toxins and sensitizers.
The perfume industry is self-regulated. There is no requirement for ingredient or product safety testing before they are sold. Fragrant ingredients are considered "trade secrets" so there is no requirement for ingredient disclosure.
Kesu Organic Perfume
Seductive jasmine perfume with exotic, sensual spices
Composed of warm amber and precious rare woods combined with the lingering aroma of smoky incense to create a seductively mysterious base. These elegant notes are layered with narcotic jasmine petals, Davana, exotic spices and fresh lime to create a unisex fragrance steeped in sensuality.
Blends well with Kizes
Also available as part of the 4 piece organic perfume set.
Fleur Savage Organic Perfume
Organic tuberose, neroli, and bergamot notes in this organic perfume
Floral fragrance composed of tantalizing tuberose and seductive jasmine petals that have been stimulating passion through the ages. The legend of the tuberose warns young girls to not breathe in its bewitching fragrance after dark, for fear of being overcome by desire. The voluptuous tuberose flowers are infused with notes of fresh Neroli, Italian bergamot and rich blond woods.
Blends well with Llang Llang & Kizes .
Available as part of the 4 part organic perfume set.
Llang Llang Organic Perfume
Seductive scent of tree blossoms with vanilla orchids and citrus
The enchanting and seductive scent of tree blossoms arouses your primal desires, while the creamy, floral aroma is saturated with sugared citrus fruits and lush vanilla orchids to entice flirtation.
Blends well with Kizes & Fleur Savage
What a Natural Perfume is Supposed to Smell Like
How natural perfume is far different than chemical synthetics
Natural perfumes are not supposed to be overpowering, but subtle, blending with your unique body chemistry to create a different smell on whoever wears it. Perfumes can be layered and blended to create a unique expression all your own. The perfume advertised on this page is:
- Petroleum free
- Will have color, consistency, and fragrance variations because of the small batches made (and growing conditions of the ingredients)
- Can be layered together
- Is not likely to give you a headache - it is much lighter in scent, and uses natural ingredients that will invigorate, stimulate, and seduce
- This organic perfume is made with 89% organic ingredients - as much as possible, and all natural
Kizes Organic Perfume
Sicilian bergamot, elderflower, tuberose and jasmine elements in this perfume
The sun-kissed citrus notes of Sicilian bergamot and citron mingle with juicy clusters of elderflower blossoms and a sensual infusion of voluptuous tuberose, jasmine petals and the delicate orange flower to create pure pleasure. The fresh and playful blend of candied citrus is layered with luscious, creamy flowers to create a delicious unisex fragrance drenched in summer.
Blends well with Kesu, Llang Llang, Fleur Savage
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