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Benefits of Wearing Organic Cologne

Updated on October 30, 2014

Going Green With All Natural Cologne

For health conscience women and men organic cologne has become hugely popular in the beauty industry today. Why? The educated, eco-friendly consumer is seeking out safer pure organics when it comes to many of the products they use for daily living. It all really makes sense. Good for you and the planet, you can get just about anything in organics today. Organic food products, organic household cleaners, organic pet food, organic clothing, and organic cologne and beauty products are all readily available. Not sure about going green with your favorite scent just yet? Learn more about the many benefits of using organic fragrances and wearing all natural organic cologne verses regular colognes.

photo credit of Pacifica Perfume, Amazon

Organic Cologne

All Natural Fragrance
All Natural Fragrance

What You Should Know About Organic Perfume

Organic perfume is Ideal for anyone with allergies to scent, migraines triggered by fragrance, someone looking for a work-place friendly, work-out friendly fragrance that is safe to use around little and big loved ones; organic perfume is totally chemical free.

Good for you and the planet. Clean, pure, and natural beauty products with no animal testing are a far better way to add a splash of luxury to your daily routine.

The best organic perfume on the market today according to online reviews is by Pacifica. Their skin care and cologne is formulated without ingredients your skin does not want and, full of natural ingredients your skin craves. They are committed to using natural ingredients that are skin beneficial, non-toxic, non-irritating and safe.

Fresh, fun, easy to wear and easy to layer, these unique blends have unlimited possibilities to fit with your very own personal style. Blood orange is a very popular scent in the summer months and is loved for it's absence of bitterness with rich, juicy flavor and bright raspberry and strawberry notes. Italian sweet oranges and mandarins flesh out this naturally beautiful essence. Gardenia is also another wonderful smelling scent. Made in the USA.

Organic Spray Perfume

Pacifica Beauty Tuscan Blood Orange Spray Perfume
Pacifica Beauty Tuscan Blood Orange Spray Perfume

My personal favorite, Pacifica's Tuscan Blood Orange Spray Perfume smells absolutely divine! It contains natural denatured alcohol (corn source) and Pacifica's own fragrance blend with natural and essential oils including orange, tangerine and petigrain. No parabens, animal testing, animal ingredients or artificial colors. 100% VEGAN and Gluten-free. You will love this scent!


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Purity of Organic Fragrances

Biggest Leaders in Organic Fragrances?

Organic colognes will have you smelling wonderful naturally. To maintain the purity of organic colognes, manufacturers opt for plant ingredients instead of synthetic chemical ingredients. Therefore, organics are better for our health and they are better for our environment. Natural beauty products include colognes which feature only pure, luxurious, organic ingredients. You can smell absolutely intoxicating in any of these fragrances.

The biggest leaders in the organics fragrances, cosmetics, and hair care industry is Deep Steep, Revolution Organics, Pacifica, John Masters Organics, Origins, Hamadi Organics, or Malie Organics.

Origins cologne smells wonderful! Their most popular organics Shedonism and Ginger Essence fragrances are filled in a facility where 40% of the electricity is powered from an on-site 600 kW solar energy system. What I like most about Origins is that they continue to seek alternative ways to use the earth's natural resources imaginatively, intelligently, respectfully and responsibly.

Expect to get constant requests like "what cologne are you wearing?" These products smell so fresh and natural, not heavy and overbearing like other colognes. Your also less likely to have allergic reactions to organic cologne and beauty products.

If your living on a tight budget and want to make your own organic cologne, follow the video below and create your own private scent. You only need two ingredients!

Make Your Own Organic Fragrance

Men's Organic Fragrance

Of course men like to smell good, too. Usually it isn't too hard to cross paths with a woman out in public that is wearing an overbearing perfume that makes you want to just stop and tell her how offensive her cologne smells, but men can be just as bad as women when it comes to the stench of what they perceive as a pleasant smell. Usually they either choose to put on a really cheap fragrance (how can they not smell that this stuff smells awful?) or simply just put way too much of the expensive men's cologne they probably paid way too much for or got as a gift.

Tip of the day: If your a guy that want to smell fresh and naturally good without making people hold their nose when they walk by you, choose an organic fragrance. A light natural smelling cologne that isn't overbearing can easily be purchase online and everyone around you will love you even more for your smart choice. Aubrey Organics is a nice one.

Have a Favorite Organic Cologne? Share it.

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    • TapIn2U profile image


      4 years ago

      Love to try this. Sundae ;-)

    • KimGiancaterino profile image


      5 years ago

      Organic cologne sounds like a winner!

    • RitaAnne profile image


      5 years ago

      Organic perfume is great. Love the smell that's natural all the way! :)

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      Rose Jones 

      5 years ago

      I wear as much organic as I can - it is always best I think. Pinned to my Perfume board and blessed.

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      6 years ago

      Pacifica perfume is one of my favorites - light and airy; just enough to say there's a wonderful scent about you!

    • Teapixie LM profile image

      Tea Pixie 

      6 years ago

      I like the organic idea for the environmental practices! I think natural colognes are a great idea.

    • whats4dinner profile image


      6 years ago

      Smelling good the natural way is great.

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      6 years ago

      Back for a blessing! Organic cologne is amazing!

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      6 years ago

      I love organic colognes, they are much friendlier to people with fragrance allergies.

    • LDWorld profile image


      7 years ago

      thank you for a great info, I was looking for it.

    • OrganicMom247 profile image


      7 years ago

      Very educative. Love the organic colognes they are the new in thing.

    • GreenfireWiseWo profile image


      7 years ago

      I didn't know about these companies. This was really interesting. Thank you.

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      sorana lm 

      7 years ago

      Great concept and nice lens. Thanks for the info.

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      7 years ago

      I use organic Arabic perfume :) ... very traditional.. I'm going to make a lens about it :)

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      7 years ago

      Thanks for introducing this!

    • mywebcontent profile image


      8 years ago

      I've been looking for an organic fragrence called Opalesque or Opalisque. It is wonderful!

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      8 years ago

      i really like this lens

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      8 years ago

      This is some seriously wonderful information, I am glad to have read this Lens!

      Thanks for sharing this!!

    • CustomSquids profile image


      8 years ago

      I don't know if I'm quite ready to hop on the organic bandwagon when it comes to cologne just yet, but with information like this it is tempting to try a bottle out.

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      8 years ago

      Really like your lens,Wishing you all best:-)


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      9 years ago

      Whom You Know

      PRODUCT ALERT: Whole Fragrance Organic Perfume Fragrances

      At the recent perfume expo held at the Hilton, covered here by Whom You Know:

      We met the Whole Fragrance by La Dolce Y Vito brand and woman owned company team-run by mother and daughter Irma Bustos and Vanessa Engel. Whom You Know readers have learned quite a lot about natural perfumes through our coverage of Mandy Aftel's products and books and we are happy to tell you about this Manhattan brand also.

      The World of the Whole Fragrance Experience has announced the introduction of the Perfume Oils Collection and two captivating organic fragrances created as a green interpretation of the 1970s era. These scents are inspired by spirituality and Rock and Roll where emotions reflect a more natural scent. Through a blending of fruit, citrus, floral and wood essences, their concoctions and sprays encourage energy.

      Poetic Whim (Women's) and Seven (Men's) have a vibrant and lively nature referred to as the little heart of the sun. It was thought to shed light on the drudgeries of the everyday and encourage a sense of joy. How welcome in this economy!

      Whole Fragrance's dramatic herbal colognes and perfumes are carefully designed formulas to cleanse the senses, to encourage calmness, relaxation and positive thought; making it the perfect scent to use from early evening through the night.

      Located in New York City on West 57th street, Whole Fragrance sells a collection of body sprays, colognes, and perfume oils. Both natural and organic skin care and new products are available.

      For more information:

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      10 years ago

      That's a lot of money for perfume. Better off making your own.

    • GiftsByDiana profile image

      Diana Burrell-Shipton 

      10 years ago from Hubbard, Ohio, USA

      I do not sell on Amazon, so the list of "Organic Fragrances" would not let me add my link.

      Since you and your readers are clearly interested in this topic, I'll add mine here:


      Thank you for bringing this important subject to your readers.


    • chemrat profile image


      10 years ago

      Thanks for joining my group "Sustainability and the environment"!


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