Has No Hanna Perfume Oil $4.60$19.75

Has No Hanna Perfume Oil

$4.60$19.75

Brings a rush of good luck, lifts the spirit, and helps alleviate depression

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Conjure Bag Perfume Oil Blends

Scents inspired by authentic New Orleans voodoo recipes. Passed down to our lab via oral tradition.

Presented in an amber apothecary vial.

Reviews

  1. hankins

    just received a sample of this one and found it curiously intriguing . Only wore it this morning so cannot report on any additional luck factor yet but it did put me in a good mood. First impressions are ginger geranium, something peachy or like nectarine, a white floral and something earthy. pleasant and considering getting a larger bottle.

  2. janineluxe

    I enjoyed this scent due to it reminding me of my daycare years. I’m from Miami, and most of the babies there smelled of Agua de Violetas or Royal Violets baby cologne (which smelled mostly of violets). Besides that, I loved the fact that this scent is tied to old school spiritual practices (hoodoo).

  3. Superfictious

    This is my absolute favourite from what has become a large collection!
    Has No Hanna is a bright golden floral scent. Underneath the flowers there’s a fruity undercurrent with a delicate hint of spice that keeps it all balanced. High powered floral scent that doesn’t get cloying.
    If you love florals, GET THIS. It’s a sunshine celebration in a bottle.

  4. Gloame

    In the imp, it has a nice fruity smell – apricot? – which I’d love to stick around. But on, I keep getting a very dry floral and ONLY that. I thought rose, but the consensus seems to be jasmine so my nose could be off? Not a huge fan as a perfume, but I think it might make a nice spring cleaning oil for the diffuser!

  5. Teamama67

    Floral, positive, not overpowering. It smells lucky!

  6. Jenifer

    Ok, I forgot to mention that there’s A LOT of jasmine in this scent and that’s a good thing. What a surprise 🙂

  7. Jenifer

    Exotic, spicy, old and otherworldly– this scent reminds me of metaphysical stores, being greeted by incense.

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