Botanical Name: Vanilla Planifolia + Simmondsia chinensis
Botanical Family: Orchidaceae + Simmondsiaceae
Extraction Method: Infusion in Jojoba Oil
Part of Plant Distilled: Beans
Composition: 100% Vanilla Planifolia + Simmondsia chinensis
Consistency: Medium viscosity
Scent Description: Warming, subtle, honey notes that ease everything with comforting whispers of yum!
Country of Origin: Madagascar
Cultivation Method: Organic
Blends Well with: jasmine, roses, sandalwood, immortelle, carnation, bergamot, lime, grapefruit, lemon, hops, geranium, ylang, Melissa, verbena, lilac, neroli, frankincense, blood orange, spikenard, vetiver, cinnamon, cardamom and petitgrain.
Uses: This cosmic-carrier oil is a fine foundation to beautiful body oils, sensual serums and luscious love lotions. Blend as a relaxant and sweet sleep serum. A comforting caress as a massage oil. Perfect in perfumes and charismatic in colognes as a carrier. A bathing beauty.
Fresh Vanilla Beans Infused in Virgin Coconut (Vanilla Planifolia + Simmondsia chinensis) Oil – Vanilla exudes warm sensuality. We soak raw, organic vanilla beans in pure golden jojoba oil for a few full moon cycles until the sensual essence and soothing nature of vanilla saturates the jojoba.
Jojoba (Simmondsia chinensis) Oil – Glorious, golden jojoba nourishes and conditions thirsty skin. Jojoba has unparalleled ability to moisturize the skin, balance oil production, deep clean pores, and create long-lasting conditioning effects that soften skin to perfect silk. It is packed with peptides and lipids and contains the highest levels of phenolic compounds found in nature along with antioxidants and all soluble forms of vitamin E!
“The perfumer is heavily indebted to vanilla…
not only does it give a sweet and pleasing fragrance,
but it is unusually lasting and is,
therefore, excellent for “fixing” a fragrance.”
〰️ Jill Jesse, Perfume Album
“For a while he was witched by the wind that yields faint fragrance of vanilla fields,
and watched the pendulous humming-bird cling to the rocking flower, like a golden thing.”
〰️ Frederick William Faber