Origin: a Latin derivative
meaning "Gift of the Earth."
The new Precious Florals Collection includes handpicked essential oils to make each woman feel her best.
These precious florals are the perfect way to celebrate the important women in your life. With this kit, they can discover a beautiful scent that’s completely their own. Celebrate the women in your life (or celebrate yourself) by ordering this limited time kit today!
For generations, flowers have been used to represent some of our highest ideals and virtues. You can use these precious florals to express the beauty within yourself!
Have you ever noticed that one perfume can smell dramatically different when applied on different people? That’s because everyone has a distinct body chemistry that reacts differently to fragrances to create a personalized perfume. For centuries, chemists and perfumers have worked to perfect fragrances that complement different body chemistries.
You don’t have to be a perfumer to create a fragrance for yourself. By combining and layering pure essential oils, you can create a “pure-fume” that perfectly expresses you.
Layering is easy—it’s simply combining your favorite scents to create a fragrance that’s perfectly customized.
By utilizing the powerful scents of essential oils, you can build a harmony of fragrance that blends with your own chemistry, creating your own unique aroma.
Every pure-fume contains a root note, a heart note, and a crown note (also known as base, mid, and top notes). The combination of these different notes together creates an aroma that’s complete and harmonious.
If you want to create your own pure-fume, here are a few tips:
Start with a root note
Root notes are the foundation of your personal fragrance. They underlie the other fragrances in your aromatic combination. These are usually earthy and woody. They tend to last longer, giving your aroma depth and a strong base to build on. These oils are commonly used as root notes: Myrrh, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Vetiver, Ylang Ylang, Frankincense, and Cedarwood.
Add a heart note
Heart notes, or middle notes, are the scents at the center of your perfume. They aren’t the first scents you notice, but they contribute to the core. It’s the heart notes that weave the rest of the aromas together to create something truly beautiful. Florals often make great heart notes. Some wonderful heart notes to try are Lavender, Jasmine, Geranium, Neroli, Peppermint, Cinnamon, Eucalyptus, Rose, Blue Lotus, and Magnolia.
Finish with a crown note
Crown notes are the lightest and most noticeable aromas in your composition. They are the first scents you smell, capturing your attention before giving way to the heart and root notes. Without the beautiful crown note, your fragrance is incomplete. Crown notes include citrus oils like Lime, Grapefruit, Orange, Bergamot, as well as others such as Spearmint, Lemongrass, and Petitgrain.