3 Fresh Floral Scents for Spring

By Talia Fuhrman April 1, 2013

Spring has finally arrived, and this Northeastern girl is grateful. Four months of winter, with its barren trees, slushy snow on the streets, and lack of flowers in bloom, is more than enough. With the welcome change of seasons, I’m inspired to add a fresh, floral scent to my daily routine. These three intoxicating blends are totally free of synthetic chemicals, made instead of plant extracts, distilled flower essences, and essential oils that smell as fresh as those first few flowers popping up about now.

 

Pacifica Perfume’s Island Vanilla Fragrance 

The day I began using this scent was a day I began smelling very, very good. “Inspired by the unique magic of Tahitian vanilla,” this flirty fragrance includes notes of sweet and sultry vanilla, honey-jasmine, and a touch of fruitiness. www.pacificabeauty.com

 

Red Flower’s Ambrette Fragrance

This fragrance’s namesake, Ambrette, is an aromatic and medicinal plant used traditionally in India to perfume hair. This organic blend features alluring hints of patchouli, orange, and black pepper. Plus, it’s available in a convenient, purse-friendly roller-ball applicator. www.redflower.com

 

Tsi La Natural Perfumery Fiori D’Arancio Organic Parfum

Produced in Italy, Fiori D’Arancio Organic Parfum is a sparkling delight of luscious blossoms, succulent tangerines, caramelized vanilla, orange flowers, and honey. This combo delivers playful, vivacious appeal. www.tsilaorganics.com

 

 

About Talia Fuhrman

Talia Fuhrman has a B.A. in Nutritional Sciences from Cornell University and is a freelance body image and nutrition writer and chef. She’s on a mission to help people understand that eating healthfully and feeling fantastic can be fun, delicious, and easy. She has written for numerous websites and magazines including Psychology TodayPositive Impact MagazineVegNewsCrazySexyLife.comGirlieGirlArmy.com, and DiseaseProof.com. You can find her at www.taliafuhrman.com.

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