Osun Perfume Oil $4.50$19.50

Osun Perfume Oil


The Goddess of the Hand Mirror, Maiden of Love. Osun is the Goddess of beauty, love, enchantment, elegance, and pleasure. Her charm and incomparable lovliness is such that it can be felt, sensed, and not merely seen. Osun holds the secrets of our deepest and most complex feelings. She is intuition, pure and idealized love, the tingling sensation of pleasurable anticipation, the sensual movement of seduction and sexuality, and quick breath before climax. Osun is the pleasure of the senses, refinement, and the patroness of artistic endeavors that bring delight to the world. She compels us to express our deepest, truest feelings, and is the mother of our tears of happiness, tears of bitter grief, and the swelling of our hearts with love, hate, lust and fierce joy. She is the harlot and the virgin, who bestows unbridled carnal pleasure and also shows the path to purity of the spirit and virtuous intentions. She represents tenacity, the will to live and the drive to acquire, and the desire for achievement and fine possessions. She is the sublimely sweet and the revolting sour that we taste in life. She is charm used to every conceivable end, and is credited with bringing currency and the concept of money into the world, and is therefore the Patroness of Prostitutes and Courtesans. She is a great Witch, and has a multitude of brews, charms, and potions and always has a trick up her billowing, beautiful yellow sleeves. She is the youngest of the Orishas, and is a symbol of the most recent of nature’s evolutions: civilization. She teaches us to take care of ourselves, to pamper ourselves, and to find and express the beauty in ourselves, in others, and in our world. She is the sweet water of the stream, sustaining life. She is the Goddess of fine art, debate, sanitation, grooming, oratory arts, and temples and theatres. She is the act of landing the settlement that becomes a nation. She shows us that time must be made for leisure, amusement and contemplation, for a life of unending toil is an affront to her gifts, and diminishes the quality of life itself, and cripples our ability to conceive new, innovative ideas and create compelling works of art. All work and no play is not an option. It is Osun that provides us with the security, safety, comfort and prosperity that we require in order to make time for leisurely pursuits. Osun is the mirror that mankind holds up to itself, and she is the principle upon which all art is born. Osun’s symbols are hand mirrors, brass fans, brass needles, brass bells, sunflowers, and her creatures are the cricket and the peacock.

Her ofrenda is thick with honey and herbs of love, passion and desire.

Est deus in nobis.

Presented in an amber apothecary vial..


  1. Teamama67

    Osun took me by surprise. Based on the description, I didn’t expect it to be my kind of blend, but it is in my top 10. I love honey and roses. In Osun, the herbs take honied Rose in a different direction than my other favorites. This is more serious, though still primarily a sweet floral. Recommended!

  2. slowdiva

    Wow. Love at first whiff– and unlike many BPAL concoctions, it has fantastic sillage. In fairness, I love honey. I smell layers of honey, honeysuckle, sweet tea, and late afternoon sun. Sexy.

  3. Margot

    It doesn’t smell like honey, it’s more just too sweet

  4. Jenna

    So I want to love this one very badly, but I guess the honey in this one kills it for me. It is a very very sweet honeyed scent and the honey on me after an hour or two starts to smell like sour shea butter and it smells so sticky sweet. The notes sound great, it smells very sweet and honey in the bottle. My skin must not do well with honey, or I just do not like overly sweet smells. I think if you do well with honey and sweet you will like this one, unfortunately not for me.

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