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Madagascar Vanilla Perfume Oil (30mL)
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Madagascar Vanilla Perfume Oil (30mL)

Capture the allure of Madagascar’s rich landscape with this nourishing perfume oil featuring the warm essence of vanilla bean, the subtle floralcy of vanilla orchid, and a hint of coconut. 

NEST210MAV
$98.00
Overview

This gourmand perfume oil features Madagascar vanilla, one of the most expensive crops in the world in part because of the elaborate care it needs all season long. 

The vanilla orchid must be hand pollinated by skilled harvesters, who then spend a year curing and drying each pod to perfection, giving dozens of local villages a source of livelihood. 

The Madagascar vanilla extract is artfully blended with nourishing baobab oil for a sensuous formula that melts into your skin while leaving behind a long-lasting fragrance.

Fragrance Family
Gourmand
Key Notes
Vanilla bean, Vanilla orchid, Coconut
Mood
Optimistic
Vessel
Housed in a jewel-like glass bottle tinted with a warm amber hue featuring a dropper that offers a completely unique and customizable fragrance experience.
Dimensions
Measures 2.9"L x 2.37"W
Weight
1.0 fl oz | 30 mL
Ingredients
Free from alcohols known to have a drying effect on your skin. Fragrance (Parfum), Dipropylene Glycol, Triethyl Citrate, Ethyl Hexyl Glycerin, Propanediol, Adansonia Digitata Seed Oil (Baobab Oil), Benzyl Alcohol, Benzyl Salicylate, Linalool
How to Use
  • Massage a few drops onto your arms, legs, décolleté—anywhere on your body that you want to indulge with nourishment and a highly concentrated expression of exquisite scent.
  • You can also add a few drops to an unscented body moisturizer to create your own custom fragrance experience. 
  • Ensure oil is fully absorbed prior to delicate fabrics coming in contact with skin.
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BEHIND the
SCENT

Madagascar Vanilla is extracted from an orchid that is hand pollinated by skilled harvesters, who spend a year curing the pods to perfection, a process that gives local villages a source of livelihood.