Door Perfume Oil $32.00

Door Perfume Oil


She was dressed in a variety of clothes thrown over each other: odd clothes, dirty velvets, muddy lace, rips and holes through which other layers and styles could be seen. She looked, Richard thought, as if she’d done a midnight raid on the History of Fashion section of the Victoria and Albert Museum, and was still wearing everything she had taken. Her short hair was filthy, but looked like it might have been a dark reddish color under the dirt. 

Golden honey, nicotiana, blue chamomile, and cistu

The Neverwhere Collection.

This series is based on the characters, locations, and ideas found within the pages of Neil Gaiman’s novel, ‘Neverwhere’.

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This is a charitable, not-for-profit venture: proceeds from every single bottle go to the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, which works to preserve and protect the First Amendment rights of the comics community.

Artwork on this page by Enrique Alcatena!

Presented in an amber apothecary glass vial.
Because of the nature of this project, imps are not available for any Neverwhere scents.


  1. Rebecca

    Honey!!! That’s all I smell from Door at first, then honey and herbs. A faint tinge of tobacco from the nicotiana? Not sure what cistus smells like, but this is gorgeous, one of the Lab’s beautiful meadow in springtime sort of blends. Golden sunshine in a vial.

  2. lookingglass

    Door has stolen my heart. She is such a lovely juxtiposition of bright herbacious notes, sweet/creamy honey, and a deep, smokey/dusty, yet tangy resininess. She reminds me of a more mature, esoteric Honey Moon, which was my little one’s favorite when he was a baby (sigh of nostalgia…). It is calming, yet not soporific; fresh, yet not grating; grounded, yet gentle and approachable. This is perfect for me to wear to work as a psychotherapist. There are many doors I am called to open.

  3. rmazar

    Door is my absolute favourite, my daily go-to. It’s a beautiful honey scent with depth from the cistus and a touch of darkness and mystery from the nicotiana. The chamomile brings a bit of whimsy. It’s a well-rounded lady with a compassionate heart and a bit of tragedy darkening her past. If honey works for you, Door is AMAZING.

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