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Inspired By: Jo Malone London's Pomegranate Noir


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Inspired by Jo Malone London's Pomegranate Noir

Taking information from Pomegranate Noir by Jo Malone London, Spicy pomegranate feels royal and divine. The forbidden and exotic notes of Pomegranate, Rhubarb, Plum, Raspberry and Watermelon will captivate you in its luscious grip. With a promise of something more this perfume oil creates an aura of sensuality by mixing in Rose, Jasmine and Lily-of-the-Valley with musk, amber and guaiac wood.

You will be surprised by how good this smells; Packed in our glass roll on bottles, you can use them any where any time in a ease.  Try it out today and you will see the difference!

  • Premium quality that will last you all day!
  • Undiluted pure perfume oil 
  • Vegan friendly
  • 100% Alcohol free

Suitable for: Women, Men

Top Notes: Pomegranate, Rhuburb, Plum, Raspberry and Watermelon
Middle Notes: Clove, Pink Pepper, Guaiac Wood, Olibanum, Opoponax, Rose, Jasmine and Lily-of-the-Valley
Base Notes: Virginia Cedar, Patchouli, Musk and Amber

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The origin of perfume is commonly attributed to the ancient Egyptians, Mesopotamians and ancient China.  Perfume oils had been popular through out ancient cultures dating as far back as 7000 BC. As time went on, creating perfume oil became unsustainable due to its tedious process and ingredients required. 

Modern day designer perfumes  have a lot of ingredients that the average consumer does not know about.

Petrochemicals, a chemical compound that are known to cause cancer, while it also gives you skin rashes, hormonal disorders and headaches.  

Alcohol, this is the bulk of any designer fragrance, 80% - 90% are often diluted. This is the number one reason why designer alcohol based perfumes don't last very long in comparison to oil perfumes.

Animal essences, intestine can be traced back to many designer fragrances.  The like of secretions, intestines, whale sperm are often used as the primary ingredients.  

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