Spring Moss 3.3 oz Bath and Body Oil

SPRING MOSS ~ Olfactive Group: Fougère

The "Comfort Scent" For Faeries!  The Faerie Folk sleep on beds of Moss.  It is a well known fact that in order to attract Faeries to your garden you must allow moss to grow somewhere.  Emerald Green Velvet Moss Kissed By Dew That Carpets An Enchanted Forrest Floor. ​

Key Notes Include: Oakmoss, Treemoss, Wet Earth and Dew Drops.

Fractionated Coconut Oil is a light textured oil that's water clear, odorless and tasteless.  It is moisturizing and absorbs well leaving your skin silky smooth without that greasy feeling.  There is never the harsh infusion of alcohol commonly found in so many commercial fragrances. 

Spring Moss 3.3 oz Bath and Body Oil

$50.00Price
  • ORANGE BLOSSOM ~ Olfactive Group: Floral 

    A Perfume For Lovers!  Sweet and delicate Orange Flowers have long been a symbol of fruitfulness and fertility.  Since ancient times, these luscious blooms have been used prolifically in wedding traditions.  Dazzling Magical Golden Nectar Luminous and Sweet Like a Spring Breeze.

    Key Notes Include: Clementine, Neroli, Petigrain, Tunisian Orange Blossom, Wild Honey and Linden Flowers 

    Fractionated Coconut Oil is a light textured oil that's water clear, odorless and tasteless. It is moisturizing and absorbs well leaving your skin silky smooth without that greasy feeling. There is never the harsh infusion of alcohol commonly found in so many commercial fragrances. Another great thing about using this carrier oil is it does not stain sheets or clothing.

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