Yes, I like to make my own natural fragrance. Currently, I’m rotating between Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter scents that I DIY as the seasons change. But as much as I layer in the essential oils, my natural fragrances tend to reflect one dominant note. They smell good, but there’s not a lot of subtlety. For that, you need a master perfumer.
Wendi Berger came to the same conclusion, when she couldn’t find synthetic-free natural fragrances that provided the kind of layered scents she had previously found in conventional perfumes. So she engaged a master perfumer and set out to create a line of all natural eau de parfums that also serve a second purpose: Pour le Monde natural fragrances give back to charity.
Free of phthalates, synthetic fragrances and dyes, each vegan scent in the Pour le Monde collection is composed of all natural fragrance oils. Free of phthalates, synthetic fragrances and dyes, each scent in the Pour le Monde collection is composed of 100% all natural fragrance oils such as Persian lime, Italian bergamot and cedar wood.
Today, Pour le Monde is one of just two companies with fragrances certified by the Natural Products Association. The vegan line is also certified by PETA, Certified Vegan and the Leaping Bunny, and boasts Forest Stewardship Council certified packaging.
I love all three Pour le Monde scents, but the delicately layered notes of freesia, jasmine and violet in “Together,” which donates 10% of all sales to the Cancer Support Community foundation, could be my personal scent for all seasons.
Not sure which Pour le Monde natural fragrance is right for you? Order samples of all three for just $18.
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