House of Herbology: DIY Perfume

Making your own fragrance to wear on your person is a great way to both smell good and for a magickal purpose, whether it be for protection or to raise the vibes. Depending on the essential oils you use in your blend, perfume or cologne can also be sprayed on a cloth or paper towel and used as a disinfectant or as an antibacterial wipe. … Continue reading House of Herbology: DIY Perfume

How to find cleaner, non-toxic Perfumes [Infographic] — ecogreenlove

Studies show fragrance is the leading cause of skin inflammation, affecting more than 2 million people. If you’ve experienced sneezing, watery eyes, headaches, dizziness, wheezing, or skin reactions, you could be allergic to something in your perfume. via How to find cleaner, non-toxic Perfumes [Infographic] — ecogreenlove Continue reading How to find cleaner, non-toxic Perfumes [Infographic] — ecogreenlove

Le Labo: Putting “soulfulness” into the fragrance industry

There are very few scents in the world that make you turn your back on your perfume collection and vow never to wear any other scent again. Le Labo’s Rose 31 comes close to being that sole scent you just may wear for life. A gorgeous, sexy scent based around the famous Grasse Rose, Le Labo’s Rose 31 takes one of the most feminine of … Continue reading Le Labo: Putting “soulfulness” into the fragrance industry

Perfume: Create your own scent using essential oils

Everybody loves to smell good so go out smelling like roses or smelling zingy with a touch of lemongrass by adding a blend of oils to your pulse points. You may have a favourite scent that you wear all the time. But perhaps you have perfume bottles that have been sitting there for years collecting dust. There is a more sustainable way to smelling good … Continue reading Perfume: Create your own scent using essential oils