Arcana Perfume Oil $6.25$25.00

Arcana Perfume Oil


The essence of magickal enigmas and long-forgotten esoteric mysteries. Frankincense, rosemary, lavender, neroli, and verbena.

Bewitching Brews

Presented in an amber apothecary vial.


  1. cmloos11

    When I first received my full-sized bottle of Arcana in December of 2018, I was wracked with doubt. I could smell each note in the bottle, but when applied to my skin, all I could smell was the neroli and lavender. It smelled wonderful, but rosemary is one of my favorite scents and I was worried that maybe rosemary didn’t work with my skin chemistry. To make matters worse, it only lasted about thirty minutes.

    These complaints don’t apply anymore. I can smell each note when I apply it to my skin now, and the rosemary is especially distinct much to my delight. To make matters even better, even in the midst of a hot, humid Houston day, the perfume lasts 24 hours on my skin. On my first day of college this year, I applied Arcana at 9 am and the next morning at the same time, I smelled the last faint remnants of the base notes on my wrists.

    I don’t know if the weather or the time I allowed the perfume to settle (8 months or so) are responsible for this change, but I’m ecstatic. Nowadays, the perfume is herbal and medicinal on my skin with a hint of the neroli and verbena. Once I’m done with my full size bottle, I intend to order another.

  2. Gloame

    The word ‘Arcana’ is so beautiful that I really NEEDED this to work for me. Unfortunately, it’s not making my heart sing. The verbena is the strongest note to my nose. I’m actually not smelling lavender at all, and the frankincense isn’t showing up much, either.

  3. Angela

    I ordered this one as an imp, because I’m a sucker for all things frankincense, and I am NOT disappointed. The lavender and rosemary do win in the bottle, but on my skin immediately the frankincense and neroli take over. It’s like church on a spring day. I may have to get a whole bottle of this one in the future.

  4. Min

    From the bottle Arcana smells quite sharp and medicinal; I think the rosemary and lavender really jump out. Applied on my skin it initially smells like a lemon lollipop, and the best way I can describe it is that you can almost feel it fizzing like sherbet, like the oil has an energy of its own. Once it settles down, it does gain a bit of depth (the frankincense kicking in possibly?) and the different layers of scent make for a very interesting and curiously dynamic scent.
    I generally really dislike citrus-y fragrances but I have a real soft spot for this; it’s fun and light and a good daytime scent.

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