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Butterbeer Mustache Essential Oil Perfume

Butterbeer Mustache Essential Oil Perfume

12 USD
You're visiting Hogsmeade for the day, and you've already bought some chocolate frogs at Honeydukes, a new quill from Scrivenshaft's Quill Shop and a new scarf from Gladrags Wizardwear. After all that shopping, you find yourself awfully thirsty. As you walk along, you look up to see a sign that puts a smile on your face - The Three Broomsticks.

Your trip to Hogsmeade would be incomplete without stopping in to see Madam Rosmerta and having some Butterbeer. Your mouth waters at the thought of the frothy-topped, butterscotch flavored drink, and you can't wait to get a mug in your hands. You know just how delicious and refreshing it will be!

With a blend of butterscotch, vanilla, almond and grapefruit in a jojoba base, now you can wear this "sweet treat". It smells good enough to eat, but don't - it's not completely edible! (And yes, I made the Butterbeer in the picture. Want to make it yourself? Go to Mugglenet.com and search the recipes. Easy and delicious! Best one I've tried yet!)

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This is my full size roll on - 1/6 oz. It's the perfect size to toss into your purse or slip into your pocket. I do not use the 1/3 oz because - if you're like me and love perfume - you end up with a handful, and then it takes forever to use them up. I use glass vials and bottles for all of my blends, so you don't have to worry about the toxins that leach from plastic.

These roll ons are shipped in tiny boxes and then carefully wrapped in black tissue paper before being mailed in padded envelopes.

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Want to use the scent for something other than perfume? Try putting some on a small piece of cloth and placing in the dryer, adding to a scent ring for light bulbs, freshening old potpourri or saturating a cotton ball and placing randomly in your home. And that's just to start!

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I use a mixture of essential oils, flavor oils, CO2s and macerations. No synthetic fragrances, nature identicals, solvents or alcohols have been used to produce any of the oils, and all sources are natural or organic. I started these blends because I had been researching perfumes for my health blog, and I just couldn't believe what I was finding as far as ingredients in regular perfumes and so-called natural/organic ones. I am very picky and selective about what I use for these, and I want them to be as natural as possible.

** Keep in mind that just because the oils are essential or natural doesn’t mean you won’t have an allergic reaction if you’re prone to such – always try on a small area of skin first. Oils are toxic if taken internally, & you should avoid if you’re pregnant. Always keep oil blends away from children, pets & flammable objects. **