ANTIMONY - 100% Natural Kohl Inspired Incense Perfume: The Smoky Eye in Fragrance Form

ANTIMONY

The smoky eye in fragrance form.  Anointing yourself with ANTIMONY is akin to the ancient protective ritual of rimming your eyes with kohl. This talismanic incense perfume draws from the noble history of cosmetica and the aromatic materials which have been used throughout time to create "eye shadow" - the most magical cosmetic of all. 
  
The minerals antimony and malachite have been among those used around the eyes throughout time due to their reflective properties - they ricochet bad vibes like mirrors. Since actual antimony is considered toxic (the alchemists would argue otherwise) these minerals have been banned from use in cosmetics. Mystics and folk healers around the world still use them for their prehistorical purposes in treating ailments of mind and spirit and for compounding sacred cosmetics.

NOTES:  Charred frankincense, kewra, henna, Palo Santo, galangal, sandalwood ashes, spikenard, ghee, copal, oud and precious attars of mitti, kadam and rose have all been used to create enchanted cosmetics throughout history. They are all found in ANTIMONY which contains exactly 111 individual notes.  Subtle by design, exotic florals push up from a primitive base to bloom on your skin as they emanate like an ancient wisp of fine bakhoor. 99.9% Natural  (By Natural Perfumer's Guild standards of naturalness - the strictest standards in the world.) 


The first 24 50ml bottles of ANTIMONY are adorned with a handmade copper cartouche talisman decorated with the symbols for the element antimony and the letter M. They were designed by our Perfumer Christi Meshell and forged in San Diego, California under the influence of the Gemini full moon. The alternate alchemical symbol for the element antimony can be found on the nameplate's special character "O".
     
     
Created in celebration of the 7th Anniversary of ÇaFleureBon for the blog's founder and Editor in Chief, Michelyn Camen.  The fragrance brief called for a perfume powerful enough to attract good fortune and ward off negativity - even the dreaded curse of the "evil eye".   READ THE CAFLEUREBON STORY HERE.  

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