It is not uncommon for some people to be cautious with perfumes as they can trigger headaches and migraines. Why do some perfumes trigger headaches? What alternatives exist for you if you are a headache sufferer but wish to remain a perfume wearer?
Aluminum salts (derived from the metal of the same name) are the most common and effective ingredients used to control sweat by plugging pores. Is it safe? What are the alternatives? Here is what you need to know about aluminum.
The name “sulfates” encapsulates two acronyms: SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate) and SLES (sodium laureth sulfate). Sulfates are salts whose main use in cosmetics is to create lather and foam. Here is what you need to know about sulfates.
We created a line of all-natural, vegan, long-lasting deodorants to complement our natural perfumes. Durable protection with no aluminum, no bicarb, no plastic, no parabens, no sulfates or any other nasties.
Phthalates are mainly used in plastics to increase their flexibility and durability. In perfumes, they are used as a fixative to prolong the scent of the perfume onto the skin. Here is what you need to know about phthalates
Working from home comes with its perks but at a cost too. We use our natural perfumes to take us on olfactory journeys from the comfort of our homes and snap out the flat mood being in lockdown can trigger in us.
As a business selling 100% natural, vegan and cruelty-free perfumes, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that sustainability is something very important to us. As a brand, we always endeavour to make choices that favour the greenest alternatives and we wanted to share a few of the last initiatives we’ve set in motion.
Animal welfare and cruelty-free products have gathered more and more awareness in recent years. When you think about it, it sounds like an unnecessary cruel practice, which begs the question, why is it still going on and what alternatives are out there?
“Ambergris” is often mentioned in perfumery but seems to be one of those words with a veil of mystery. What is it? What is it used for? What is it controversial and is there natural, vegan and cruelty-free alternative?
Essential oils can be described as the essence of the plant it is extracted from and are a key component of our natural perfumes. Though we mainly use them for their scents, essential oils are also famous for their use in aromatherapy and other forms of alternative medicine.
If it’s legal, it has to be safe, right? Unfortunately, most cosmetics, including perfumes, contain synthetic chemicals. And just because such synthetics are everywhere doesn’t mean they can’t harmful to our health.