Our own formula of rich fragrance in pure water
A crisp, complex, refreshingly herbal fragrance beginning with top notes of petitgrain, Italian bergamot, and ozonic notes; middle notes of lilac, lily of the valley, and hints of tuberose; base notes of sweet vanilla, amber, precious musk, and oakmoss.
About Body Spray
For times when a heavier moisturizer is too much, body spray is an excellent way to refresh the skin.
Our skin spends a lot of time working hard protecting our bodies and as the day progresses, skin begins to look "tired". It takes a a continuous supply of water to keep skin looking its best. Drinking lots of water is a great way to keep that inner glow. Applying water directly to the skin helps maintain softness and refreshes the surface of the skin.
Body Spray is also a convenient way to apply a fresh layer of the fragrance of your choice in a evenly disbursed way. When matched with the soap and body butter of the same fragrance, a light level of enjoyable scent can be maintained all day without overpowering the other humans we encounter.
Hold bottle 4-6 inches from skin and spray directly on the surface. Use as desired on the body. Avoid using spray on the face. Do not apply to sensitive areas. Use caution when applying any products on broken skin. FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY
Distilled Water, Polysorbate 20, fragrance, Germall Plus (Propylene Glycol (and) Diazolidinyl Urea (and) Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate).
About the Ingredients
Our body spray is made with distilled water and fragrance combined using polysorbate 20. Polysorbates are compounds that are made from sorbitol which occurs naturally in fruit and is then processed to become a effective emulsifying agent. Found in food, cosmetics, and pet products, it is regarded as safe by the FDA.
Polysorbate keeps oils dispersed in water by attracting water on one end of its molecule and oil on the other. It continues to attract water and also the fragrance oil when the body spray is used. The result is an extended period of scented, moisturized skin without the use of oils or creams or excess fragrance.