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    'COCO OPIUM' PERFUME OIL - 10ml - VEGAN, PHTHALATE & CRUELTY FREE!

    10 NZD

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    ''COCO OPIUM' PERFUME OIL - 10ml 

    **VEGAN, PHTHALATE FREE, GLUTEN FREE & CRUELTY FREE! -Locally sourced and lovingly handmade.** 


    INGREDIENTS: 
    Coco Opium Fragrance Oil: An Alluring Mix of Creamy Sweet Tropical Coconut And the mystical, Opium scent of the orient which begins with top notes of Tangerine, Cloves, Plums, and Coriander; followed by middle notes of Lily of the Valley, Carnation, Opoponax, Rose, and Myrrh; sitting on base notes of Sandalwood, Castoreum, and Cedar 
    Sweet Almond Oil: (Prunus amygdalus dulcis) Vitamins: A, B1, B2, B6 and E. 

    DIRECTIONS: Dab behind Ears and Wrists, Rub into Neck Lines to minimize Wrinkles, 
    Roll onto fingers and rub into Hair to de-frizz and have it smelling great all day! 

    This Perfume Oil contains Fatty Acids as well as Vitamins A & E & penetrates easily into the skin, moisturising it without being greasy & leaving skin soft & smelling fantastic! 

    ** This perfume is a beautiful combination of Tropical Coconut and Oriental Incense it is warm and delicious and mysterious. You will feel like you are lying on the beach in some far off foreign land. 

    I make my perfume oils very strong so don't be put off by the initial wiff or wallop! haha.. On it is a gentle smell that won't annoy you, and will last all day. 

    * Comes in a pretty 10ml glass bottle with the Label and directions on the bottle and attached. 

    This Perfume is Vegan, Gluten Free, Cruelty Free & Phthalate Free. 
    The ingredients are sourced from companies that are members of RIFM (Research Institute for Fragrance Materials) and IFRA (International Fragrance Association). RIFM is responsible for researching candle fragrance materials; IFRA is responsible for interpreting the data from RIFM and setting the codes and standards for fragrance materials.