Still Smell Her

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Still Smell Her

[2016 Confessions collection]

 

I’d say it was a dream, but I can still smell her. Lime and lavender and something blooming. We’re young again, awkward and fearless and all innocence, swelling at the slightest hint of intimacy. But she’s been gone for so long. Skin and grass and green and ladybugs and our bare feet playing tug-of-war. And she kisses me and we laugh. Oh it feels so good to laugh with her again. Lime and lavender and I’m blooming. She’s so young and beautiful and she means it; she’s saying, “We’ll be together forever.” A tear follows the curve of my cheek but it’s not sadness. Bitter sweetness, happiness. I’d say it was a dream, but I can still smell her.

 

Top: Italian Lime essential

Middle: French Lavender essential, Moroccan Rose absolute, Brazilian Tonka Bean absolute

Base: Indian Ambrette CO2 extract, Indian Vanilla essential

 

From the Body Conjure testing crew:

 “Clean floral lavender tea.”

“Rosy vanilla musk.”

“I smell so pretty—a powder puff of floral!”

 

Body Conjure’s Still Smell Her is 33% natural plant absolutes, CO2 extracts, and essential oils blended into your choice of an oil base (North American Sweet Almond oil, Vitamin E) or alcohol base (Ethanol and t-butyl alcohol, Bitrex, Glucam P-20, Hexylene glycol).

 

Oil Perfume - 2 ml round glass bottle, $8

Oil Perfume - 3.5 ml round glass bottle with dropper, $20

Oil Perfume - 15 ml (.5 oz) round glass bottle with dropper, $68

Oil Perfume - 60 ml (2 oz) round glass bottle with dropper, $210

  

Alcohol Perfume - 2 ml round plastic spray bottle, $8

Alcohol Perfume - 8 ml square glass spray bottle, $36

Alcohol Perfume - 15 ml (.5 oz) square glass spray bottle, $68

Alcohol Perfume - 60 ml (2 oz) square glass spray bottle, $210

Upon request, alcohol perfume is available in glass dropper bottles.

 

Body Conjure’s Still Smell Her Beard Oil is 8% natural plant absolutes, CO2 extracts, and essential oils blended into an oil base (North American Sweet Almond oil, Grapeseed Oil, vitamin E). 8% is Eau de Cologne strength. 15 ml (.5 oz) glass bottle with dropper, $18

 

Body Conjure’s Still Smell Her Massage and Body Oil is 8% natural plant absolutes, CO2 extracts, and essential oils blended into an oil base (North American Sweet Almond oil, Grapeseed Oil, vitamin E). 8% is Eau de Cologne strength. 120 ml (4 oz) plastic flip-top bottle, $95

 

Body Conjure’s Still Smell Her Bath Salts are natural plant absolutes, CO2 extracts, and essential oils in premium grade Epsom salts. 4 oz glass jar, $15

 

Body Conjure’s Still Smell Her Soap is natural plant absolutes, CO2 extracts, and essential oils in a white opaque soap base (Glycerine, Palm Oil, Coconut Oil, Lauric Acid, Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Sorbitol, Triethanolamine, Salt, EDTA, Titanium Dioxide). 5.7 oz bar, $24

 

Body Conjure’s Still Smell Her Beeswax Lotion is natural plant absolutes, CO2 extracts, and essential oils in a lotion base (Water, Sweet Almond Oil, Avocado Oil, BTMS-50, Glycerin, Coconut Oil, Castor Oil, Stearyl Alcohol, Beeswax, Optiphen, Vitamin E, Hydroxyethylcellulose). 4 oz glass jar, $42

 

Confessional text by Greg Wharton