$4.50 – $19.50
The Tibetan goddess of love and wealth. Her scent is a harmonious, sweet, enchanting blend of three lotus blooms and three roses.
Est deus in nobis.
PERFUME OIL BLENDS
Presented in an amber apothecary vial..
– April 2, 2018
Roses? Lotus? This smells like a candied apple on me. Delicious and lovely, completely edible. Very wholesome and good too. Something hopeful and new. I will order a big bottle and hoard it as I should have hoarded Jabberwocky. It is a treasure.
– March 31, 2017
I received this as a freebie with all the other imps I purchased. The moment I opened it I was immediately transported back to being a child at Vanna’s Pumpkinland (a seasonal Halloween themed pumpkin farm) in their gift shop digging around for wearable witch fingers out of the bins. I was trying to find matching ones. Why this scent brought out that memory I can’t understand but I was very happy that day. Now I’m happy I discovered this.
– March 3, 2017
This stuff makes me feel like a goshdarn Queen. Big bottle for sure.
– September 26, 2015
As described, amazingly sweet roses. I seem to love all bpal rose oils. This one is just as lovely as the others. Almost like a tea rose on me. Timeless.
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True love renewed by night in an English garden: moonflower, Nottingham catchfly, Casablanca lily, evening primrose, night-blooming cereus, Queen of the Night, muted by the sepia tones of tonka, tobacco absolute, bourbon vanilla, and costus.
Dried roses, rose leaf, Spanish moss, oakmoss and deep brown earth.
As light and innocent as your first time should have been. The fresh scent of lotus hidden behind lightly scented flowers, amber, and citrus.
Love alters not with his brief hours and weeks,
But bears it out even to the edge of doom.
If this be error and upon me proved,
I never writ, nor no man ever loved.
The night flight from Tangier: drops of spilled blood color the antiseptic, bland, plastic paleness of the fuselage, with violet leaf for longing, rosemary for reminiscences, and black opoponax for apprehension.