Sometimes, trying to understand what’s in a fragrance can be confusing. Some companies will try to use misleading words and vague phrases. What does “all-natural” even mean nowadays?
We promise, all the best perfumes have synthetic replicas in them. This makes them more allergy-friendly and sustainable. And we only want the best, most allergy-friendly, and sustainable perfumes possible! But we also want to ensure full transparency, and tell you what is and is not found in our home perfumes.
You can count on perfumes having water, alcohol, varying pure essential oils, and premium perfumes made with plant-based as well as man-made hypo-allergenic ingredients. After all, not all things natural are good: poison ivy, common allergens like pollen or peanuts, we can keep going...
Our products are cruelty-free and environmentally responsible, which is also a reason we rely on controlled environments to make lab-created fragrances that mimic nature (we’re not trying to cut down trees and plants we can’t replenish here!)
Our perfumes are compliant with IFRA (International Fragrance Association). We are also approved by LEED® Platinum and LEED Gold Buildings (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design). All our scents are California VOC compliant (and you know California, they’re tough to please!)
Most importantly, here are some things you won’t find in any of our home perfumes:
- polyethylene glycols (PEGs)
- artificial colorants (that’s why you’ll see our fragrances change colors or even be inconsistent throughout batches)
- benzophenone butoxyethanol
- methyl cellosolve
- mineral oil