‘Victorian Inspired’ oil, root, leaf, spice & flower essences make ‘Seaside Sugar’ the luxurious choice in holistic scents!
“We believe nature got it right, the first time” “Seaside Sugar” natural perfume will entice your senses with thoughts of warm, sugar beaches, cool tropical drinks, toes in the sand and the jewel like glistening of shells in sea foam! The sensual, spicy and sugared notes of sweet Lime, spicy Cinnamon leaf, Vanilla bean and deep, rich Cocoa will help to create a joyful and playful mood to your days and evenings, whether you are on a tropical excursion, a day in the office or enjoying that special evening out on the town. At Angel Blue, we love to create the finest in natural, wild-crafted plant… Read More
‘Femina Silvis’, The history and therapeutic uses of the ancient plant essences behind my ‘Newest Artisan & Victorian Inspired Perfume’
I am very joyful to unveil, my newest and sublime perfume scent, titled ‘Femina Silvis’ ! The Latin name I chose for this sensual, joyful and exotic blend, ‘Femina Silvis’ means ‘Lady of the Woods’. It is a very rich perfume blend of steam distilled flowers, bark, resin and spice essences that are deeply, sensual and bright with an ethereal- woodsy and champagne- sugared note family. The Base note, of the Resin tears of Frankincense Serrata, was chosen because of the familiar mindfulness and balance therapeutic qualities this plant resin exudes. It has very bright… Read More
DRAGONSLAYER cologne, The Inspiration behind the ‘Spirit and Essences’ of Lime, Anise, Cedar Wood, Fir and Black Pepper
As a young girl, I can fondly remember the masculine cologne scents worn by the men I adored. The colognes my Father, Grandfathers and Uncles would adorn were so masculine with their outdoor, smoky and spice essences. The warm and enticing cologne scents always reminded me of some special “holiday’ gathering full of joy and vibrancy. As the years went by I started to notice less masculine scents that smelled toxic and sweet. The ‘manly’ commercial colognes, seemed to have lost their spirit and vitality, in my opinion. I knew I always wanted to create… Read More