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Heretic Parfum Au Naturel: The Good, The Clean, And The Dirty
We invite you to turn to the unedited, raw beauty of the plants and flowers of the covetable Heretic Parfum line of fragrances for a vampish, sensual approach to clean perfumery. Yes, according to Douglas Little, founder, and Heretic par excellence, this is what nature smells like: Unpolished, imperfect, seductive, yet utterly beautiful.
Using the same clean natural processes that were used by perfumers hundreds of years ago, Heretic Parfum is the original perfume. We can say that this is what perfumes smelled like back then, but that would be a lie. Because Little takes that unrefined scent straight from the Earth, adds a sultry spin, and manages to revive the aromatherapy benefits of nature.
Through traditional extraction methods, they obtain essential oils, isolates, absolutes, and resins from every part of the ingredient: Every bit, from dirt to stem to flower petals translates perfectly into a glass bottle, and straight onto the skin.
Free of chemicals and additives that increase the scents’ longevity, Heretic Parfum fragrances are sheer and light on the skin, but in a true heretic fashion, we invite you to layer them, embolden them, and make them truly yours.
Start with these three dirty renditions of vanilla, coconut, and grass:
A scent where hemp takes the high ground and lets vetiver shine, lemon injects freshness, and black pepper and coriander add a dash of spice to the mix, elevating the composition.
Inspired by Vanilla Planifolia, a rare orchid flower that opens for only one day a year, vanilla is the main star of the show, made carnal by a fistful of coriander seeds and a drizzle of patchouli. Cedar, sandalwood, amber, and vetiver dial up the sensuality by a few notches resulting in a fragrance that leaves you exhilarated and ruined for all other vanilla scents.
Dirty Coconut was inspired by the ultra-rare coco de mer palm tree and the suggestive, voluptuous proportions of its fruit. If this ingenuity and the Google search of the fruit doesn’t do it for you, then the blend of woods, vanilla, and coconut will most certainly will. It will gently stroke your senses and calm your inner tides.
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