VICTORIAN TEA ROOM 60 ml Eau de Parfum Spray
Palmarosa, Kumquat-Orange Marmalade, Chamomile, Rose, Lemon, Black Tea, Oriental Base
NOT TO BE USED BY WOMEN WHO ARE PREGNANT OR NURSING
NOT TO BE USED BY WOMEN WHO ARE PREGNANT OR NURSINGIN
ORDER TO PREVENT SKIN SENSITIZATION, DO NOT APPLY
THIS PRODUCT DIRECTLY TO SKIN AFTER A HOT SHOWER OR BATH. USE CAUTION
APPLYING TO SENSITIVE AREAS SUCH AS THE NECK. AS WITH ALL PERFUME, IT
IS RECOMMENDED TO PERFORM A PATCH TEST PRIOR TO APPLYING ALL OVER TO CHECK
Victorian Tea Room is a bright fruity floral perfume featuring light palmarosa essential oil, kumquat-orange marmalade, Roman chamomile essential oil, rose accord (natural and synthetic mix), lemon and dry black tea on an Oriental base that has loads of vanillic amber. Palmarosa smells like a mix of a very light rose geranium (it contains geraniol) but much more watery and floral tea-like than rose geranium essential oil. This perfume does contain a touch of rose geranium EO as well. It starts out with a bright floral and fruity zesty marmalade and a little chamomile tea. The dry black tea hovers just beneath with accents of lemon at the top. The dry down features a soft, sweet, linear amber Oriental. Victorian Tea Room is comprised of many naturals and is also a floral and fruit dominated scents. As such, this perfume does not have the longevity of some of our darker base note heavy amber and incense blends. The scent is so pleasant, bright and uplifting that you will likely wish to reapply every few hours to fully enjoy this beauty.
INGREDIENTS: Undenatured organic cane sugar alcohol, Parfum (Fragrance and/or Essential oil(s) as indicated on listing).
Product Information and Warnings: Keep out of reach of children. Keep away from open flame as alcohol is flammable. It is not recommended to spray perfume on fine silk clothing. Alcohol is a solvent. Avoid dispersing on furniture. Spray perfumes in a well ventilated area. As with all products, discontinue use if irritation occurs. Avoid spraying perfumes in a drafty area (such as directly under or in front of a fan) as mist may get into eyes. For best results, apply to moisturized skin. This is one technique you may use to increase the longevity of any perfume in your collection, especially alcohol based ones which may be slightly drying to skin.
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