Thursday, October 15, 2009

Mirth essential oil perfume debuting very soon ...

For some years now I have had multiple requests from wonderful customers wanting a true vanilla perfume with no synthetic fragrances. You make not know it, but that ... it's dirty, tough job (in my honest opinion) to do right. Why?

Because vanilla co2, absolute, oleoresins all have their place and merits scent-wise, but, the problem is wearer longevity and lastibility on the skin. Warm, sweet like a perfect creme brulee, but alas, the aroma dissipates quickly from the skin without help from supporting essential oils. It was this natural perfumery challenge I spent the last few years truly considering, scrimping and saving my pennies to collect the necessary ingredients.

Mirth is an eau de parfum in an oil base of jojoba and fractionated coconut oil infused with Indonesian vanilla beans, vanilla bourbon co2 total extract, vanilla plantifolia absolute, essential oils of Australian sandalwood, amyris, vetiver, copaiba balsam, 5x Brazilian orange, French lavender, myrrh, tonka bean absolute, mimosa co2 extract, tuberose absolute, carnation absolute, benzoin, tocopherols (vitamin E).

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