Smell amazing with one of our five beautiful fragrances.
All Vegan and only tested on people. Hand crafted and made in Australia Conveniently packaged in a glass rollerball bottle which is great for travel or your purse.
Don't be fooled though, his small bottle goes a long way. That's because we use a carefully selected blend of top quality essential oils to create each unique scent. Any scent is a careful combination of top, middle and base note that give the fragrance it's unique changing scent qualities as time passes.
Choose from 5 different fragrances.
The main essential oils are listed but our recipes are a complex balance of different essential oils that create the synergy of the fragrance that is the unique signature of the maker.
Gin & Tonic. With top notes of Juniperberry and Lemongrass developing into the depth of Bergamot and Cedarwood.
Citrochella. This is a zest blend of Citronella, Pink Grapefruit and Lime rounded out with base notes of Patchouli and Rosewood.
Espresso Martini. A fresh fragrance of Mandarin and Coffee, with the warmth of Patchouli and Ylang Ylang base notes.
Margarita. The fresh, zesty hit of Lime is rounded out with the warmth of Black Pepper and middle and base notes of Vanilla, Lavender and Cedarwood.
Mojito. A rich warm combination of Bergamot and Cypress.
The main essential oils are listed but our recipes are a complex balance of different essential oils to create the special synergy of the fragrance that is the unique signature of the maker and therefore a closely guarded secret.
How long do they last?
As our perfumes are all natural, the length of time the scent lasts will vary due to the different oils used. Some essential oils are a natural fixative and will make the fragrance last longer than others. It also depends on your skin acidity and if it is dry or oily. Fragrance with dissipate more quickly on an oily or acidic skin. Our fragrances usually last from 3 to 6 hours.
Why use Truth Perfumes instead of big brand Commercial Perfumes?
The majority of the perfume industry is notoriously cruel in its approach to obtaining the ingredients for their formulas as they are not required to list the ingredients to protect their secret recipe. While this is a legitimate and fair reason for the secrecy, it has often meant somewhat undesirable ingredients are commonly used such as Beaver Castoreum and Civit (a type of cat) are often obtained by killing the animal or keeping them in a cage and harvesting the ingredient from them. Musk from the Musk deer is highly prized as a fragrance and for its fixative powers and although the deer is endangered and no longer hunted for it's highly prized ingredient, plans are underway to farm them and "humanely" kill them for it. Perfumes can also contain large amounts of synthetic ingredients of which many are toxic. Commonly these are included in perfume but banned in the use of skincare due to the carcinogenic or toxic nature. These ingredients are included for different reasons, some being as a fixative, filler, scent or cheaper alternative to a particular fragrance. Sometimes for a scent that can only be created synthetically. Eg, think Peach, Mango, Strawberry. For example, the synthetic version of Rose smells more like a fresh Rose than any Rose Essential Oil.
Love this product
I love the oil perfume- easy to wear and carry- and much prefer this to manufactured perfume.
Gin and Tonic Essential Roller Perfume
Beautiful scent, stays on, fantastic packaging, speedy delivery. Catherine’s products are amazing and she is a beautiful soul to deal with Thank you ☺️
Essential Oil Perfume |
Beautiful scent and keen to try the other scents
Gorgeous, fresh perfume oil!
I'm loving these perfume oils! They are good value for money, and my favourite so far is Espresso Martini (I'm on my second bottle). Just tried Citrochella, which is lovely (very citrus, obvs!).
Smell is divine
Unfortunately the smell is not long lasting
Hi Janine, thanks for the review. I wish I could make them last longer! As these are natural perfumes made with essential oils, they do not contain any toxic chemical fixatives. So they last according to the different essential oils contained. For example, "light" oils such as citrus, are the first to dissipate, whereas "heavier" oils are the last to go. One of the nice things about this is that the smell develops overtime and changes. It also depends on the chemistry of your skin. Some people will find they last quite a long time whereas other people will find they do disappear more quickly.