Ingredients: Fractionated coconut oil, fragrance, and vitamin E
Fragrance Families: Floral, Gourmand, Spicy, and Atmospheric
Suggested Seasons: Autumn and Winter
Collection: Permanent Collection
Note: bottle and vial cap colours may vary, due to ongoing supply chain inconsistencies.
How to Use
Perfume oils are designed to be worn & are best tested on your skin, not just smelled in the bottle or vial. Bottle sniffs tend to over-emphasize topnotes and more volatile middle notes. The true depth and character of perfume reveals itself as it is worn over a period of hours.
Every perfume is a story. Just smelling the bottle is like only reading the blurb on the back of the book. We encourage you to take the time to let the narrative unfold.
Similarly, testing more than one perfume at once would be like holding a book open in each hand and reading a sentence from one and then a sentence from the other: neither story would make much sense anymore. Test perfumes one at a time for most accurate impressions.
Patch test before use. Apply a small amount and add more as desired. Avoid getting near eyes, or other sensitive areas. Store in a cool, non-humid place.
Every Order Plants a Tree
PULP Fragrance cares deeply about our world and about maintaining a business that gives back. We’re thrilled to share that we’re partnered with One Tree Planted to plant a tree for every order placed on our site.
Trees clean our air and water, create habitats for biodiversity, contribute to our health and wellbeing, and create jobs for social impact. One Tree Planted only plants local tree species, grown in nearby nurseries, and planted when conditions are optimal for tree survival.
We've chosen to donate specifically to their Forest Fire Recovery program, targeting reforestation efforts wherever on the globe they are most needed right now in the wake of forest fires. Reforestation is one of the best ways to restore soils and landscapes that have been degraded by high-intensity fires. We're honored to be partnered with One Tree Planted to help rebuild forests for generations to come!