Unique natural perfume Ingrid


Let this sensational, slightly tart floral perfume caress you.

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Lisa soovinimekirja

Product description

Take delight in this seductive fragrance of roses rounded up with a hint of vanilla. A floral blend of cardamom, rose, huisache, violet and sandalwood. The former Danish queen Ingrid created several rose gardens in Denmark that can still be visited today. This fragrance is a homage to these gardens.

Unique perfumes are designed for those who love luxury, but at the same time want a product to be made sustainably from natural and organic ingredients. The perfumes are vegan, cruelty-free and ECOCERT certified.
Unique perfumes are formulated with raw materials from natural sources or processes. Oils obtained via hydro-distillation of one single part of the plant. For example, Lavender essential oil or oils obtained via pressing or expression of one single part of the plant. Various biotechnological processes have also been used to obtain the compounds, such as vanilla from biotransformation or benzyl acetate from fermentation. Natural isolates are obtained by fractionation of an essential oil to extract the desired component, such as citronellol (from citronella oil). In addition, extraction of plant material by supercritical CO2 is used in the production process, for example black tea made from tea leaves extract.
74% organic, 99% natural ingredients.

Read more on our blog about why you might want to switch from synthetic to natural perfume.

Alcohol** Denat., Parfum (Fragrance), Aqua (Water, Eau), Undecane, Limonene,
Tridecane, Citral, Citronellol, Geraniol, Linalool.

** Organic farming.

Period After Opening (PAO) date: 12 months after opening.

Produced using wind energy in Denmark.

Shake before use. Spray as desired on the body. Keep out of direct sunlight. Store at room temperature. Stop use if irritation occurs. External use only. Keep out of the reach of children.

Cardboard box.


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