I wasn’t lovestruck with natural perfume until I smelled the latest offerings from Honore Des Pres. The standout, Vamp a NY, is a sexy mix of tuberose, rum and bourbon vanilla that blows other natural scents out of the water with its sophistication.
Bionee, a beautiful new line of natural and organic products for pregnancy, motherhood and infancy, uses natural scents that are modern takes on the classic baby powder fragrance: soft, but with staying power.
For the 33 million Americans with claustrophobia, and the millions of others with anxiety, it appears that aromatherapy can be useful in managing anxious reactions.
The idea that aromatherapy effects the body in ways that go far beyond mood truly fascinates me. Could it be that aromatherapy actually has the potential to help us digest, sleep well, cure a headache or relieve PMS? What if there was a fragrance blend to boost immunity or relieve muscle aches? There is.
When I heard that Teens Turning Green planned to stage an anti-fragrance protest in front of Abercrombie & Fitch’s 5th Avenue store, I was thrilled that someone– especially a group of teens– was taking action against the company’s misuse of perfume…
Is there any way to have products that are safe & natural AND fruity & fun at the same time? I honestly didn’t think so until I found 100% Pure.
A recent New York Times garden story, Making Flowers Into Perfume, caught my attention for its coverage of natural perfuming and interesting instructions on how to create DIY tinctures from the leaves and blossoms of your favorite herbs and flowers.
This spring there are pretty, natural products that will lighten your mood and beautify your body. Check out a few of the best…