Night Blooms Perfume Oil Concentrate

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Jasmine Sambac, Musk, Frankincense, Pepper Wood, Tobacco Leaf, Amber, Wisteria. Dancing in the light of a balmy summer moon, nocturnal petals celebrate with intoxicating allure.

A clean perfume oil concentrate for around the clock fragrance in a go anywhere rollerball.
Apply to pulse points as desired for lasting fragrance.

Size

10ml

Good to know

SOHUM concentrated plant oil based fragrance for a longer lasting scent. Alcohol free, Vegan & travel friendly with a metal rollerball applicator. Oil is absorbed into the skin far more readily than water or alcohol based fragrances making them super loving lasting. The concentrates intensity continues to release their scent with the arm th of teh skin throughout the day.

Made in Australia

Ingredients: Jojoba (simmondsia chinensis) seed oil, capric triglyceride, fragrance (parfum), grape (vitis vinifera) seed oil, tocopheryl acetate.

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Night blooms is divine. Its not heavy but its not light either. I think i smell a neroli like fragrance in it which is my favourite at moment and the subtle yet strong smell of summer night flowers drift around me. Just love the purse size. I’ve been having an extremely bad week at work and knowing that I can take a perfume in my bag that picks me up for that day is highly beneficial to me one day and something different the next. If I want to smell something light and summery the next day, or I want it to be heavy florals or more neroli or frankincense. Convenient choice and great quality. Yes u need to reapply however with most companies in the natural range of perfumes, you have to anyway. This is the longest it has stayed on me out of probably six companies I’ve tried. This one’s lasted on my skin and my skins chemistry for 3 to 4 hours the range at SOHUM is anything but SO HUMM LOL 😆 and I’ve tried and sampled a lot of natural perfumes. I am very happy with SOHUM