MIZU - Palo Santo Natural Solid Perfume
Woody, Mysterious and and a little sweet, like the dense costal forests of South America.
Natural essences of Palo Santo, layered with with gentle notes of smokey Vetiver, Cinnamon Leaf and a touch of Madagascar Vanilla meld together in a bed of sweet USA beeswax to create a personal aura of calm.
This solid perfume has been mindfully designed to be the perfect balance of hard & soft, creating a luxurious texture that melts right into your skin.
This fragrance is Calming, Woody, Unisex & Captivating.
- 100% Natural & Synthetic Free
- .5 oz
- Tin-plated Steel Vessel
- Made only with:
- Organic Jojoba Oil
- Golden, Raw Beeswax harvested from the hills of North Carolina
- Pure Essential Oils
Using 1-2 fingers, gently massage the solid perfume in circular motion, avoid applying too much pressure. Apply to back of hands, neck or pressure points.
Ingredients; Organic Jojoba Oil, USA Harvested Golden Beeswax, Pure Aromatherapy Grade Essential Oils of : Palo Santo ( Bursera Graveolens ), Vetiver ( Vetiveria Zizanoides ), Cinnamon Leaf ( Cinnamomum zeylanicum ), Vanilla ( Vanilla Planifolia )
Store out of direct sunlight and extreme temperatures
Safety: As with use of any essential oils on the skin; If pregnant, nursing please refer to doctor before use.
PLEASE NOTE: For Hygienic reasons, all opened, used solid fragrances are a non-refundable Final Sale.
Native to Central and South America, the Palo Santo Tree ( Bursera graveolens ) can be found growing wild among the dry, coastal forests from Mexico to Ecuador.
Since the time of the Inca, the power of the Palo Santo tree has been respected by South American civilizations and employed trough traditional healing rituals. When burned as incense, the dried fallen wood of theses trees emit a white fragrant smoke which is used to ward off evil & purify the spirit of "mala energía" ( bad energy ).
Our Palo Santo is wild harvested from a small farm within Ecuador that is committed to reforestation efforts, community involvement and sustainable practices. In the past 4 years, they’ve planted over 10,000 Palo Santo trees, and in 2020 they aim to plant over 4,000 native species within the local dry tropical forests from which Palo Santo comes from.
The use of Palo Santo is an ancestral healing art, with roots in South American wisdom. Please use our products mindfully and with respect for the land and people where it originates.