Paris Body Fragrance Oil
Our Paris body fragrance oil is what happens when the City of Light and Love meets modern scent design. It's airy, subtly floral, almost majestic when worn. Packaged in a convenient, easy-to-use 10ml rollerball, it is the perfect size for your gym bag, purse, car, or wherever you need to freshen up.
Scent Notes: A floral blend of peony and gardenia blossoms with a faint touch of iconic French crème brûlée.
To Use: Lightly roll the ball onto your skin to release the fragrance, applying the oil to your pulse points (neck, chest, wrist), beard, décolletage, behind your ears, you name it!
Ingredients: Organic safflower oil, premium fragrance oils infused with essential oils, organic baobab oil, organic vitamin E oil.
- Safflower Oil: non-comedogenic (doesn’t clog pores), anti-inflammatory, high in antioxidants
- Baobab (Tree of Life) Oil: non-comedogenic, rich in omega-3 fatty acids, rich in vitamins C, A, E, K; rich in calcium, magnesium, iron and potassium. Moreover, baobab oil has been shown to be rich in the content of polyphenols.
- Vitamin E: Non-comedogenic, antibacterial, an antioxidant
Together, these lightweight plant-based carrier oils allow our custom Bright Black body fragrances to shine through and last long.
Why Paris?: Paris is known as the City of Light, but we’d call it the City of Love and Beauty. The architecture, the streets, the bridges, the trees, the gardens, the shops, the perfume and clothes and makeup, the food, the people. Being in Paris is like being confronted with beauty over and over and over again. When it comes to how that love and beauty intersects with the African Diaspora however, things get a bit more complex. For centuries, African Americans have flocked to Paris for acceptance they could only dream of experiencing in their home country. On the flip side however, the word “race” has been stripped from the French constitution, despite Paris (and France overall) being comprised of many cultures, particularly those from French-speaking Caribbean and African countries. These complexities and nuances represent why we included Paris in our Diaspora Collection. There are so many stories to be told, and so many dialogues to be had sparked by Paris, and all the city represents.