Usage & Application

Massage a dab of Perfume Nectar onto pulse points, at the nape of the neck, along the collarbone, naughtily into cleavage, or as Coco Chanel famously put it, "wherever one wants to be kissed." (However, we strongly suggest keeping all perfume away from sensitive parts of the body.) One of our favourite ways to enjoy perfume is to smooth it into the ends of hair for a subtle halo of scent.

A Note About Safety

We take great care to ensure the safety of our products. Still, natural perfumes contain high amounts of active essential oils and are not suitable for everyone. Pregnant or nursing women, those with allergies or sensitive skin, undergoing chemotherapy, taking Warfarin anticoagulant, epileptics, those with liver conditions, and those under 14 years should avoid wearing natural perfumes. Likewise, perfume on skin exposed to intense heat (hot yoga) or strong sunlight should also be avoided ~ in these cases, perfuming your hair is a perfect alternative.

Natural essences can contain allergens and a patch test is recommended. Although we take measures to counteract oxidation of essential oils, this will eventually set in, and can adversely affect the skin. This is why a batch number and "enjoy by" date of 1~2 years accompanies each perfume. Please respect it.

*Natural pigments can stain clothing.