1852 Perfume Oil

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1852 Perfume Oil

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'1852' is an enchanting blend inspired by the Victorian era fragrance Creed Santal Impérial, a perfume for both women and men that was released in 1850. Travel back in time as you adorn yourself with this nostalgic, androgynous, woodsy-citrusy scent that swirls with both masculine and feminine expressions. The distinct aroma of bay rum, that's sweet and spicy with notes of wood, gives body to the perfume, supported by a warm and creamy base note of vanilla (similar to tonka bean used in Creed Santal Impérial). The fragrance is enhanced by the scent of sweet tobacco, which imparts a honeyed chocolate-amber layer, and blood orange, which charges the fragrance with a fresh, citrusy spark that's laced with delicate green undertones. Experience '1852,' an echo of a majestic classic from a time gone by.

∆ It comes in a stylish 6 ml clear glass perfume bottle.

∆ Essential oil of blood orange and vanilla oleoresin are used in this formula.

∆ Premium Grade Fragrance Oils used in this perfume are designed by an International Fragrance Association certified master perfumer. These fragrance oils are vegan, cruelty-free, and gluten-free.


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This product is for external use only. As with any products applied externally to the body, always do a patch test first. Discontinue use if adverse reaction should occur.