But did you know that perfumes can contain a whole range of synthetic chemicals? Luckily, we are starting to see more and more natural alternatives to mainstream perfumes become available. Here at Nourished Life we have fallen in love with this new organic perfume oil by Black Chicken Remedies.
It is called Love Your Smell and it is a roll-on perfume oil based on a beautiful blend of the Black Chicken Remedies signature Love Your Body Oil. This natural perfume oil contains a blend of the essential oils of Sandalwood, Geranium Bourbon, Patchouli, Lavender, Carrot, Ylang Ylang, and Nutmeg.
"Why pay big bucks to risk your health when there is a cheaper, healthier alternative made from plant extracts cultivated by nature not in a test tube" Says Chey Birch creator of Black Chicken Remedies.
The best part about this beautiful scent is that is works by responding to our body temperature. While standard alcohol based perfumes may contain synthetics and have had their original essential oils manipulated so any trace of natural ingredients isn't recognised by the body and they have lost their ability to communicate with the body.
Aromatherapy is designed to communicate with our body so it can take advantage of the benefits of each oil which can enhance our overall feelings of wellbeing, and in the case of Ylang Ylang, this key oil which has been known to significantly enhance your love life!
You can buy this natural perfume from Nourished Life for $29.95 and comes in a beautiful velvet bag to carry all our must haves in.
All Black Chicken Remedies products are based on the guiding principle that if you love your skin, it will love you back. This entire range is niche, high quality and designed to benefit the skin and made with LOVE!
Black Chicken Remedies is from Australia and was created by Chey Birch. Chey began developing remedies with aromatherapy in 1989 in Bondi, Australia when a number of friends were affected by skin conditions caused by harsh chemicals like parabens, sulphates and synthetic fragrant oils found in many mainstream skin care products. It was Chey's concern to help them heal these conditions that ignited her passion and Black Chicken.
Read my interview with Chey here.