$4.50 – $19.50
A gentle vision of purity, goodness and virtue: white tea, carnation and Damask Rose.
PERFUME OIL BLENDS
Presented in an amber apothecary vial.
– February 11, 2019
This ended up being a sharper scent on me than I anticipated. It’s a good scent, very floral and almost citrusy in my opinion, but not for me.
– February 14, 2018
I immediately smell a peppery rose, I’m assuming the pepper smell is tea, or perhaps it isn’t as I also get a waft of tea as it sits on my skin. The rose reminds me of my grandmother, but the spicy scent adds a little mischief to an otherwise old-world charm. A gentle hint of carnation as it sits longer on my skin, and the spiciness lingers in the background teasing at the senses. I’m not usually the flowery type, but this combination is quite lovely. I must add, while wearing this out shopping earlier, a young man directly behind me took a deep sniff. He obviously enjoyed it too. Highly recommend for the younger single female 😉
– August 4, 2017
Fresh carnation, I usually hate carnation scents, but this one is gentle, soft, clean and lovely. The rose mixes very well with the carnation and there is a nice green smell. Very soft, but stays with me all day. Floral and feminine.
– September 21, 2016
Smells just like getting a fresh carnation during Valentine’s Day in grade school. It’s slightly spicy, white, real carnation with a hint of green stem and a little blush of rose. I find this to be a really simple, charming scent.
– July 20, 2015
A very gentle and soft smell.
It’s very light and clean.
– June 11, 2014
sweet, innocent, youthful, and feminine. i can easily pick out the white tea, carnation, and fresh dewy rose. it starts out gentle and faint, but grows stronger as it dries. refreshing, clean, pretty.
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Biblical witch, priestess of Astarte, and general troublemaker. A true role model for today’s upwardly mobile Modern Woman. A gloriously decadent blend of honey, roses, orange blossom and sandalwood.
In ancient India it was believed that a specific combination of flower petals, when strewn across a couple’s bed, would amplify desire and sexual pleasure. This blend is a blend of the same floral essences, refined into a gloriously sinful perfume blend. Frangipani, with rose, tuberose, and jasmine.
Was this His coming! I had hoped to see
A scene of wondrous glory, as was told
Of some great God who in a rain of gold
Broke open bars and fell on Danae:
Or a dread vision as when Semele
Sickening for love and unappeased desire
Prayed to see God’s clear body, and the fire
Caught her brown limbs and slew her utterly:
With such glad dreams I sought this holy place,
And now with wondering eyes and heart I stand
Before this supreme mystery of Love:
Some kneeling girl with passionless pale face,
An angel with a lily in his hand,
And over both the white wings of a Dove.
A pale, delicate, truly angelic blend. A scent created to emulate Adonis’ halo of beauty: fragile, distant, and radiant. Rosewood with Sicilian lemon peel, red Mysore sandalwood, pale musks, sweet mountain sage and a dusting of lily, night-blooming jasmine and orris.
The Sleeping Beauty. A gentle, lovely scent, slightly soporific, but beautiful in its quiet repose. Plumeria and white pear, Damascus rose, tuberose, magnolia and evening dew.