Available Fragrances

All of our fragrances are certified cruelty free and are free of paraben, phthalates, and major allergens such as gluten, bee products, and shellfish. They are body safe for use in bath products such as perfumes, soaps, and bath bombs.

Bad Witch- The counterpart to "Good Witch". This floral is less sweet and more mysterious and exotic. Top notes of spicy bergamot, and Kaffir lime extract;  followed by middle notes of African violet, balsam fir, and jasmine;  sitting on base notes of muguet lily and musk.

Basil Sage Mint- a clean and fresh herbal blend in line with its name.

Book Smell- The complete old book experience. The warm, almost musty aroma of aged pages... The soft leather binding... Perfect.

Boudoir- Complex with timeless allure. Top notes of Bergamot, Hyacinth, and Orange blossom with middle notes of Jasmine, Rose, Narcissus, Carnation, Orris, Cardamom and Coriander on a base of Patchouli, Sandalwood, Cinnamon and Vanilla.

Bourbon- Top shelf stuff. Yummy and definitely alcoholic, but not in the way that will cause you to get in trouble at work.

Brownie- The aroma of fresh brownies, warm from the pan.

Cat Lady- The cat lady is a bit introverted and bookish, but wonderfully sweet. She smells like cookies and tea.

Chai Tea- Warm, spicy, and just a tad sweet. Like a good chai should be.

Cheesecake- The aroma of homemade cheesecake.

Coconut- Fresh, island coconut.

Coffee- A freshly brewed coffeehouse blend.  

Crème Brulee- A rich and creamy rendition of the Italian dessert, with decadent notes of real vanilla beans and caramelized sugar.

Dragon's Blood- An incensey fragrance derived from an exotic tree resin that gets its name for its deep red color.

Earl Grey Tea- The warm herbal combination of steeping black and green teas.

Fairy Cakes- Inspired by the small cakes made by children as gifts for fairy people. Includes all the warm notes of a freshly baked white or vanilla cake with the added grace of herbs and flowers like lavender and rose.

Fishnet Stockings- Flirtatious. A blend of sweet juicy candied apples and pomegranate, with nuances of fresh ivy and oakmoss.

Folk Tales- A full harvest of berries and green apples and pears; middle notes of geranium and basil; bottom notes of oak and fresh greenery. Picture passing around great stories over a feast in the forest.

Fresh Cut Grass- You know the smell. Just thinking of it makes you want to breathe in a little deeper, doesn't it?

Fruit Loops- Fruity. Sugary. Breakfast cereal-y. A pretty spot-on rendition if we don't say so ourselves.

Good Witch- The much sweeter counterpart to "Bad Witch". She's still a witch, though, so expect some mystery and magic nonetheless. The fragrance begins with top notes of white pear and green apple; followed by middle notes of tuberose, jasmine, lily of the valley, and ginger;  sitting on base notes of violet, ylang ylang, peach, vanilla, and fresh woods.

Gunpowder- Self explanatory. And SO. FREAKING. AWESOME. Yes, we're serious. Try the smoky sexiness for yourself.

Huckleberry- Fresh, wild harvested huckleberries.

Lace- Extremely feminine and lovely. Pairs well as a balancing counterpart to "Leather". A light top note of bergamot with middle notes of Muguet, Heliotrope, Carnation, and Rose on a powdery base of Musk and Patchouli. Yet smells nothing like patchouli or any other "hippie" fragrance for that matter.

Lavender Sage- a fresh herbal duo.

Leather- Think "old book cover leather" or "wild west leather". Not so much modern "drenched in dye leather".

Lotus Blue- The essence of the blue lotus blossom.

Parchment- Just like the kind you'd pull out to write down your favorite spells. Or letters to friends. Those too.

Peppercorn- A spicy addition to so many good fragrance blends, or quite a fun and different fragrance on its own.

Pin Up Girl- She smells like mangoes and mojitos. You want to meet her.

Poison Apple- tart and green, and obviously, imbued with a bit of witchery. Enjoy the smell, but don't take a bite.

Rose- Roses. "Rose" fragrance smells like roses. Sometimes when you're writing a fragrance description there's just only so much you can say. But really, it's lovely.

Salted Caramel- You're going to want to lick yourself. In fact, if you share it with someone else, things might get very interesting. Sweet, creamy, rich caramel heightened by the addition of sea salt. Mmmm....

Salty Siren- A flirty mermaid's favorite. Think ocean fragrance if most ocean fragrances were a little more badass. You're going to smell like a goddess of the water, not a bathroom.

Sandalwood- The really good kind, from India. So divine.

Scarlet Harlot- Just like in our popular tinted lip balm. A blend of passionfruit and roses.

Sriracha and Lime- Chili peppers and citrus come together in a strange fragrance combination that is surprisingly clean smelling and delicious.

Sugar Skull- sweet, festive, and candy-like.

Teaberry- Most likely, you'll just know this one or you won't. It's a fragrance rendition of an old-fashioned chewing gum that used to be sold in soda shops and candy stores. It had a bit of minty spice to it.

Unicorn- Berries and honey and sugar and rainbows and dew drops and loveliness. Oh my!

Wild Honey- Sweet, but not too sweet. Like rich, golden sunshine.