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'CREAMY COCONUT PARADISE' PERFUME OIL - 10ml - VEGAN, PHTHALATE & CRUELTY FREE

10 NZD
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'CREAMY COCONUT PARADISE' PERFUME OIL - 10ml 

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


INGREDIENTS: Creamy Coconut Fragrance Oil, 
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 has a warm delicious aroma of Creamy Coconut. 
Almost all coconut perfumes have a synthetic note/smell to them, but I have tried to blend it so it is not as prevalent but still with a strong kick of that lovely Coconut scent that lasts all day. 
Every time I wear it, someone always complements me on how nice it is. 

This is also very moisturisng without being greasy and absorbs easily without leaving a residue. 

* 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 'Coconut Fragrance' is a Vegetable base oil with a combination of natural and synthetic materials. The synthetic materials are highly purified (you can not get a coconut smell using plant, twigs (natural) materials ie: Like an essential oil) 
They 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.