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Fresh cypress leaves, cedarwoods, and labdanum, topped with wild honey and blood orange. A scent only a wilderness witch would dare to wear. Inspired by Morrigan from the Dragon Age series, this fragrance is a wild mix of forest herbals and florals. Created for ladies, but there are enough woodsy notes for the witch-adoring gentleman to wear this scent with ease!

Main notes: cypress, orange, honey, woods

You will receive an amber glass bottle filled with about 5.5 ml (0.19 oz) of your luscious perfume oil, hand-wrapped in gift tissue paper.

- Sarawen perfume oils are:

- 100% VEGAN! Any scents with notes of honey, leather, or musk are either synthetic or derived from plant-based sources to mimic that particular scent note.

- Hand-blended perfume crafted from natural and synthetic vegan sources. No alcohol, parabens, or phthalates

- Cruelty-free. I test all finished perfume creations on myself and friends. As well, my suppliers do not animal test.

Ingredients: fractionated coconut oil, rice bran oil, proprietary fragrance blend, vitamin E

--- Purchase Samples! https://www.etsy.com/ca/shop/SaraWen?section_id=7772801

** Processing time is normally 3-5 business days before your order ships. PLEASE READ SHOP POLICIES BEFORE BUYING: http://www.etsy.com/shop/SaraWen/policy

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www.sarawen.com

SHAPESHIFT Perfume oil / inspired by Dragon Age Perfume Cologne / Wild Woods and florals / Vegan Perfume

US$13.31
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: rice bran oil, vitamin e, proprietary fragrance blend, fractionated coconut oil
  • Ships from Canada to select countries.
  • Favorited by: 281 people