11 Natural Perfumes for Spring – The Best Natural and Organic Perfumes



Like so many products we consume, wear or put on our face, trying to find an option that is better for us and the planet can be a challenge. travel. There’s so much conflicting information out there, and it doesn’t help that in the United States there’s no regulatory body to tell us exactly what ingredients make up a “clean,” “green,” “beauty product.” natural” or “organic” should or should not have. But consumers are warned, and that’s where we, with the help of experts, step in to help provide some clarity. And with the latest beauty category to get a green makeover being fragrance, the timing couldn’t be more perfect.

What is a natural perfume?

There are many definitions, but here are the basics: Some consider “natural” perfumes to be perfumes created using organic extracts, such as real flowers instead of lab-created synthetics. These extracts can include things like essential oils in your perfume. An additional definition is phthalate-free fragrances. Phthalates are a common chemical in many beauty products and household items. In perfumes, the ingredient is used to make the scent last longer, but some consider phthalates to be an endocrine disruptor.

Are natural perfumes better than regular perfumes?

The choice of a perfume is very personal. Some people are hypersensitive to the chemicals and synthetic ingredients used in traditional perfumes. That being said, essential oils can also cause skin irritation. Additionally, while it may seem preferable to use the “real” ingredient rather than a fake version, the process of making a “cleaner” scent can put a strain on natural resources. That’s why it’s important to make sure that any natural perfume you buy is ethically harvesting its ingredients or creating healthy synthetic fragrances that don’t harm the environment or your body.

Are natural perfumes more expensive?

The process of extracting natural ingredients potent enough to linger on your body is often time consuming and expensive. Therefore, you will likely notice a higher price on natural perfumes than on a traditional perfume. But there are so many variations in the world of natural fragrances that chances are you can find one that you like and is within your budget.

So whether you’re trying to create the most eco-friendly routine possible or just curious about the world of natural fragrance, here are 11 scents to get you started.

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11 11 Eau de Parfum

With notes of sensual woods and warm amber, this fragrance without phthalates or parabens smells like a brisk walk in the forest. It is also formulated with alcohol derived from organic sugar cane.


The healthy scent

A flavor sweet enough to eat? Say no more. This vanilla-scented fragrance uses only organic ingredients, like goji powder and natural extracts to create this chemical-free juice.


Eau de Parfum Queen of the Bees

Queen Bee perfume uses a blend of essential oils and safe synthetics to create this powerfully concentrated fragrance. With notes of cassis, peonies and amber, everyone will be buzzing (pun intended), wanting to know what perfume you’re wearing.


perfume oil

Fragrance oils are a great natural option because they stay on the skin for a long time and are often made with only essential oils. This version of Kai is a beautifully sweet floral scent, with hints of gardenia.


Functional fragrance

This non-toxic fragrance has one mission: to help you relax. Designed to relieve stress and anxiety, Functional Fragrance contains sweet and spicy notes of cardamom, iris and cedarwood. A few sprays will be enough to soothe your stressful day.


desert nomad

If you can’t get to the desert for Coachella this year, this Wild West scent can mentally transport you. Created with 98% natural ingredients, hints of ginger, bergamot and palo santo will keep you smelling great no matter the setting.


Hanami Eau de Parfum

With notes of fig, bergamot, sandalwood and white flowers, a spritz of this fragrance will remind you of a picnic on a spring day.


Florgasm Eau de Parfum

A blend of jasmine, tuberose and ylang-ylang, is a floral boutique in bottle form. With no phthalates in the formula, it’s an all-natural scent that will have you feeling as delicate as real, fresh-cut flowers.


Lac Eau De Parfum Spray

Handcrafted in California, this fragrance is like a trip to the beach in spritz form. It smells of sandalwood, bergamot, citrus, and vanilla, while using only clean ingredients and eco-friendly packaging.


Reserve – Rain

With notes of bergamot and vetiver, CLEAN RESERVE pays particular attention to the provenance of its ingredients. Working only with suppliers who care about the planet, they also finance the supply of drinking water to farmers.


Vanilla Wood Eau de Parfum

Created without Phthalates, this vanilla and pear scented fragrance harvests vanilla from Madagascar. In order to ensure that they do not harm the natural environment, the supply of vanilla is done with particular attention to the local community, with ethical and sustainable practices.

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