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IFRA - what it means to you

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IFRA - what it means to you
A brief update on the changes to IFRA and what this means to you

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Vintage and Vetiver

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Vintage and Vetiver
The woody, musky, earthy notes are the main players in this fragrance. 

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White Sage & Lavender / White Witch Fragrance Oil Review

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White Sage & Lavender / White Witch Fragrance Oil Review

White Sage & Lavender / White Witch Fragrance Oil Review Here are the fragrance notes : Top notes of lemon, freesia, lime and rosemary, mid notes of  jasmine, mimosa blossom, violet leaf and lavender followed by base notes of vetiver, musk, ambergris and white sage White sage and lavender can often be found in smudge sticks. It is used to cleanse negative energy and often used by white witches, hence the name we gave the fragrance oil. The top notes of lemon and lime add a hint of freshness but are not detectable as individual fragrance notes. The rosemary adds to the herbal quality...

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Pomegranate Fragrance Oil Review

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Pomegranate Fragrance Oil Review
This fragrance oil is much more vibrant, much fresher and juicier than pomegranate alone.

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Birds of Paradise Fragrance Oil Review

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Birds of Paradise Fragrance Oil Review

 Birds of Paradise Fragrance Oil Review Here are the fragrance notes: "Top notes of lemon, sugarcane, lemongrass and white lime, mid notes of mulberry, white flower and lily of the valley rounded off with base notes of vanilla, crystal musk and coconut milk" This is a difficult fragrance to describe. It’s a fresh fruity fragrance with a hint of floral. We are not huge fans of fruity fragrances if they are sweet but this is lovely and fresh and not overly sweet. The floral notes are subtle and well balanced. They give this fragrance an exotic feel. The base notes of vanilla, crystal...

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