Phthalate Free Perfume

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I've been getting some customer service enquiries lately in regards to perfumes that are safe for pregnant women. Although every doctor will tell you differently I've heard that during pregnancy women should shy away from using fragrances that contain chemcials, in particular phthalates. We do carry some more natural based perfumes at b-glowing and thought it would be great to draw attention to some of these because people normally think that natural based scents may not be as nice or last as long. You're wrong.

Zorica of Malibu
Some argue with me, but this fragrance reminds me of the beach. This brand uses organic and natural ingredients in all their bath and body products and are scented with 100% pure essential oils so this is a great option for anybody who also experiences fragrance sensitivity. The Zorica of Malibu Gratitude Perfume Oil smells of grapefruit & vanilla and is a sensual feminine scent. It's also totally chemical and alcohol free so feel free to safely apply anywhere. If you loved 88 Orange then we at the office think this is a nice counterpart.

Kai
All products in the Kai range are phthalate, sulfate and paraben free. This particular scent brings with it the aromas and images of a tropical paradise: jasmine, gardenia, lily and tuberose work together to create the essence of Hawaii to your pulsepoints. Choose from Kai's Eau de Parfum or Perfume Oil and say aloha!

Persephenie
Choose from an assortment of perfumes that are made with certified organic and responsible ingredients. The perfumes are completely botanical and containg no harsh preservatives, sulfates or synthetic fragrances. Persephenie's Datura perfume has tender notes of Egyptian jasmine and lily that's cradled in caramel and musk.

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