Floriography Perfume OilRegular price $10.00 USD Save $-10.00 USD
Lavender, vanilla, amber, and sweet orange. Our gardens have been busting with blooms lately, which made me want to capture the sweet scent of irises against the sharpness of the lavender sending up fresh growth. The name comes from the Victorian code language which matched flowers to secret feelings which may have otherwise been too forward to express. Of course that would have required men to not only know how they felt but also express it through flowers, and you know they mixed that shit up AT LEAST 80% of the time. Poor Henry Chattington III probably accidentally got engaged to half of Harrington when all he wanted was an easy date for the ice cream social.
About .3oz in a little glass bottle complete with roll-on thinger. Individually shrink wrapped, and tested on friends, not animals.
The carrier oils I use are fractionated coconut oil and unrefined hemp seed oil, which make for a light, non-greasy feel when applied. The vitamin e is in there as an antioxidant. You'll notice the shocking lack of alcohol.
Ingredients: Fractionated Coconut Oil; Unrefined Hemp Seed Oil; Fragrance Oil; Tocopherol (Vitamin E)