Scorpio ☽•☾ enfleurage perfume
a l c h e m y ☽•☾
Ripe white flowers humming at nightfall, drinking in booze, spice, and civet. Only the most luxurious ingredients for the Scorpion, I served this sign a base of my pure star jasmine enfleurage. Avocado butter charged a minimum of 36 times by prostrating the tiny white flowers daily upon its surface, for 2 months. Tuberose and kingly gardenia jasminoides speckle the white floral custard. Lily milk, apricots, and a musty dryout. Flower indoles thrum obscenely inside a civet and papyrus drum. Conditioned with cypriol, it wavers between botanical leather stretched across oak, and papyrus pepper. There's balsamic wine from oak wood, and muscatel vapors from green cognac, whose light astringency mingles with three examples of aged dark patchouli: Indian, Indonesian, and Sri Lankan. Bitter chocolate, mentholated leaves, and cloves pipe air through a white flower smothering. Two varieties of wild clove bud from Madagascar and Indonesia drop their warm, spicy, sweetness in, softening civet's skatole without being gourmand. To me, the star jasmine intrinsically releases a musky honeycomb note, so the inclusion of raw beeswax fixes and deepens that chord. Apply to pulse points to enhance the transformative quality of your sign. Please note this perfume is only available in solid form. Color may vary.
Photos: the star jasmine enfleurage, and our vines growing biodynamically in the Wild Veil Perfume gardens.
s i z i n g ☽•☾
I offer this enfleurage perfume in sizes of 1ml (a sample of approximately 20-25 drops), 5ml and 10ml. 1ml (sample size) comes in a hinge top pod. 5ml comes in a clear glass jar. 10ml is available in a glass jar or a round tin.
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r a w ☽•☾ m a t t e r
Wild Veil natural perfumes are composed by me, Abby, using homemade, wildcrafted and organic aromatics in Vermont. These include my handmade enfleurage, tinctures, enfleurage extraits, absolutes, resinoids and concretes, and floral waxes. I spend as much time growing plants and foraging as I do composing perfumes.
h o w ☽•☾ t o ☽•☾ w e a r
The best way to experience a natural perfume is to apply it to well-moisturized skin, without rubbing in (absorption only shortens the wear time of fragrance) and without scrubbing off. Natural perfumes are dynamic and take a minimum of 2 hours to reach their final stage, or dry down. Enjoy the alchemical changes as they unfold from the initial intensity of top notes, to the warmth of the heart, to the depth of lower base notes.
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