Mythos ~ A Workshop of Fantastical Fragrances

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Mythos ~ A Workshop of Fantastical Fragrances

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Mythos: Aromas of the Other World

Spending most of my life as a florist and landscaper gave me a connection to the fragrances of the world. Perfumes were a lifelong temptation; I eventually succumbed to the seduction of collecting. This inspired a fascination with fragrance history - and finally an obsession with creation.

I was a born fantasy nerd, always living half in the world of fairytales and mythology. Over the years I worked as a writer, actor, and costumer, with a focus on storytelling and performing arts. I also had a good amount of study in history, science, horticulture, biology, and psychology. Put it all together with the the visceral thrill of the olfactory realm, and that's the birth of Mythos; a concept I hope to nurture and grow. I am currently in training at the Institute for Art and Olfaction close to me in Los Angeles, and expect to be there for many years to come.

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Are these products natural?

I work with many types of materials, all safe and FDA / IFRA approved. I prefer naturals for their beauty and complexity, but they can be prohibitively expensive. I try to indicate on each listing what percentage of natural materials it contains. Look for the notation "Mythos Naturals" in the title and description to indicate products that are 100% natural. Please bear in mind, however, that natural ingredients contain far more allergens and irritants than synthetics. The carriers I use are either a purified perfumer's grain alcohol or a variety of oils: generally grapeseed or sweet almond.

Are these products organic?

This is a tough question, because the natural materials I get can be from many different sources. Some will be certified organic, many more are probably organic, and some are wildcrafted - which means they are field-grown by independent sources, so certification is impossible.